Sunday, September 13, 2009

Have you ever done a glog?

Last year our technology specialist at Chets introduced me to a glog. You may be asking the same thing I did at that time - What is a glog? If you haven't ever seen one - they have a wide range of uses. One of the best things I have learned is how to use it as a teaching tool. On a glog you can use pictures that you have downloaded personally, add text, link to other websites, add video, and just about any other thing you can think of. My goal this year is to create a glog for each Science Big Idea we will be studying in Kindergarten. Feel free to check out our class glogs. Once on the glog, any area that becomes circled in red is a link to another site. Each glog will be posted on our class blog so that parents will be able to access it with their children at home. Try something new and create a glog for your class - I promise the kids will love it.

Plants All Around
What is a Scientist?
5 Senses

2 comments:

Suzanne said...

I missed the training on the glog last year, but I love the idea. Just today I spent time gathering resources for a 2nd grade unit on Responding to Literature and on Response to Literature. I'm thinking now that the tools and resources could be put in a glog for easy access next year.

aaron said...

This is great information – its encouraging to see online education is becoming

more widely accepted and the benefits are backed up by a range of studies.


www.gurukulamuniversity.in