Issuu on Google+

Presentation Tools Creative Classroom Group

October 2011


The new school year has started and many of you have started or you are about to start new projects with colleagues around Europe. Have you thought about how you are going to introduce your pupils to their new partners? Creative classroom members propose you some very useful online tools that they have used to introduce themselves in the group and give you tips how to use them!!! Happy School Year to all, Irene Pateraki

Presentation Tools: 1. Prezi by Marialuz Borges 2. WallWisher by Cristina Nicolaita 3. TripAdvisor by Tina Onnis and Adil Tugyan 4. Kizoa by Irina Vasilescu 5. Flixtime by Renata Raicheva 6. Linoit by Cornelia Melcu 7. Glogster by Marie Helene- Fasque


Tool I used for describing myself: Prezi

Web address: http://prezi.com

Short description: Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. It is really fun and useful. Is an application - an editor that lets you create prezi presentations. However, unlike many applications, Prezi can be used directly from an internet browser (e.g. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari) without the need to install anything. Prezi can also be installed (we call this Prezi Desktop) so you can use it without internet access. Tips for using it: Prezi is an easy and intuitive tool. You will have a lot of fun using it. To learn how to use it please go to: http://prezi.com/learn/ Link to my presentation: The link for my presentation is: http://prezi.com/lq2qarrrzbya/who-am-i/


Tool I used for describing myself:

Web address: http://www.wallwisher.com/ Short description: Wallwisher is a Web 2.0 free online tool where anyone can build a “wall”. Discussing a new idea? Taking notes? Giving feedback? Voicing opinion? Wallwisher is your best choice!Your students and you can go onto the internet and stick post-it notes electronically onto your wall. The notes can include linked pictures, You Tube videos, PowerPoints, PDF documents, Excel Spreadsheets, or web page links. Tips for using it: It’s a good idea to select to approve every post before it is shown on the wall. This way you can moderate all comments whether they are posted anonymously or by a named student. How can we use wallwisher in teaching? - As a resource sharer – each sticky opens to a new site / video / image - Evaluations and Reviews; - Storytelling, webquest, quizzez; - Classroom management; - Journals, school-life; - Matching activities (picture/words…); - As moveable magnets…and the list can go on and on…

Link to my presentation: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/aboutcristina


Tool I used for describing myself: Slideshow with music background

Web address: http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com

Short description: This software allows me to add photos and write captions on them, add music and themes. The photos can be divided into parts which represent a journey or a progression from one thing to another. In my case I used it to indicate the differences between my home country and my adoptive country to give you an idea of my character and my mixed cultural background as well as some of my experiences in my teaching career. Tips for using it: Make sure you have plenty of time because adding the photos, captions and choosing which presentation with what music especially if you are uploading it, is timeconsuming. I suggest you prepare all the material you are going to use first then upload as the last task. Another thing is to make sure it is viewed by 10 people on different computers before you can download it and keep a copy. It is great for students to use for presenting their home towns and places they have visited and travelled to. Link to my presentation: http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/tripwow/ta-02d1-9964-5e70?lb#.Tm9l_ZJFLPs.gmail0%(0)


Tool I used for describing myself:

TripAdvisor Web address:

http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/

Short description:

You can make creative presentations with this online slideshow site. For my presentation I used photos captions to introduce myself.I used pictures and write small tips about myself. In a few minutes you can create awesome slides.You can use the free version.you can embed your slides and use on blogs websites.

Tips for using it:

First compile your photos in a folder on your computer then go to tripadvisor website and open an account if you wish you can use your google account to login.Then choose a theme and upload photos from your computer ,choose a destination for your photos.And the upload the music you wish from your computer and then press DONE.Your presentation is ready to go ď Š

Link to my presentation: http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/tripwow/ta-02cf-9308-5402?lb


Tool I used for describing myself: Kizoa

Web address: http://www.kizoa.com/

Short description:

Kizoa is a comprehensive and easy-to-use slideshow creating platform online, enabling people to easily share photos in a dynamic and creative way. Users can upload, store and edit photos, then turn their memories into custom designed slideshows with hundreds of creative options to choose from, including music, animations, text, transitions and other flash-based effects. Edited photos and slideshow creations can be shared online, through email, embedded in social networks and websites, or converted to video file and burned to DVD for offline sharing.

Tips for using it: Pay attention not to use Premium features in your slideshow, you will have to remove them before being able to save. If you want to change the order of the photos, just drag and drop them between two other. images. The help section is very clear and handy.

Link to my presentation: http://www.kizoa.com/slideshow/d1920757k6497060o1/presentation


Tool I used for describing myself: FlixTime

Web address: http://flixtime.com/

Short description: FlixTime videos - the coolest way to create amazing videos using your images, videos clips and music. Flixtime enables users to create simple video slideshows. And same like Animoto, Flixtime allows you to produce 60-second videos from your photos easily and quickly. You can create videos from photos in just three easy steps. All you need is to choose your photos, upload a tune, then click render to create your video. There is a lot to like about Flixtime such as: their cool graphics, excellent song selection, and the ability to control transitions in your show. Flixtime videos can be downloaded for use on your local computer, shared via email or social networks, or posted to YouTube. You can render the video in various formats such as MP4, DivX, H264, Flv and MP4 iPod. Videos created can be “Remixed� if you are not satisfied with.

Tips for using it: You need registration.

Link to my presentation:


http://flixtime.com/video/detail/6991c862ea44552c11c8bd2065e276ac9vHkemjSsGKElC0 cOA/

Tool I have used for introducing myself

Hello, everybody I know a lot of web 2.0 appropriate for postmodern teaching but I have chosen for our group linoit http://en.linoit.com/ because I found it really interesting and not so used as other tools. Lino is a free sticky and canvas service that requires nothing but a Web browser. You can use it to post memos, to-do lists, ideas, and photos anywhere on an online web canvas. Unlike some similar sticky note services, Lino It allows you to alter the size and color of your fonts. It is similar to wallwisher, spazee, stixy, postica. There are some tips for using lino.

This is the link of my presentation, http://linoit.com/users/cornelia13/canvases/Cornelia%20M.


Tool I used for describing myself: A Glog

Web address: http://www.glogster.com/

Short description: A Glog is like a blog but it’s just a poster. It’s an interactive poster: people can post comments under it. You can add: images, text, videos, sounds, & so on. It’s very comprehensive & above all, students LOVE it! :) I tried a project last year with one of my classes and they were very active, autonomous & delighted. Their writing was excellent & they did not even complain about having to write texts in English….. I’m not pulling your leg… You don’t need any software, it’s very easy & made directly on line. You easily find all your Glogs (you have to register for free first). You only need to visit the Glogster website

Tips for using it: It’s very intuitive and everything is explained. There also are great tutorials, for instance here: http://www.slideshare.net/Andreatej/glogster-tutorial-2916913 http://www.slideshare.net/jmcgee/glog-on-presentation http://www.slideshare.net/wmbbdavis/glogster-edu-tutorial

Link to my presentation:


http://mariehel.glogster.com/Maries-1st-Glog/


Presentation Tools by the creative Classroom Group