Digital Discipleship: Transforming Ministry Through Technology

Web 2.0 tools are normally free and easy to use.  There are all types of activities that you could do in your religion classroom with the Glogster tool.

To find out more about Glogster, watch this video:

It will also be helpful to visit the Simple K12 Learning Community to visit Kim’s blog post – Creativity + Convenience = Glogster.  Here you will find a two-minute video interview with Shannon – who highlights how she uses Glogster in her classroom.

There is also an educational version of Glogster.  Check out Glogser EDU.

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As you read, take a moment to begin to imagine how you can adapt what you learn here to your religion classroom.  I’d love to hear from you how you are thinking about or are using this wonderful and creative tool with your students of all ages.

Copyright ©2011 Caroline Cerveny

Comments on: "Glogster – A Web 2.0 Tool" (6)

  1. Sian Owen said:

    This is great I love the simplicity. A great teaching tool having a young person explain it
    Thank you.

  2. Seems like a great teaching tool and a great way to track each student.

    Thanks,

    Geri Pleva
    Warren, MI

  3. Students who have used this tool in other classes, love it! Geri, I’m not sure what you mean by “track each student” ?

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