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Great tutorial video. It walks you step by step through how to create and edit a Glog.






50 Shades of Glogster


external image Screen+Shot+2013-03-22+at+9.53.36+PM.pngYes, I know... an allusion to a very inappropriate book, but I got your attention didn't I?! :)
And now, for a list of 50 uses for Glogster, in no particular order. I've embedded some Glog examples and linked others where relevant.

1. Compile research links


2. Show the phases of a life cycle
3. Flip your classroom
4. Dress up your wiki
5. Digital autobiography
6. Student autobiographies/"About the Author" pages
7. Book reports
8. Publish research
9. Introduce a new unit of study
10. Advertise a school function
11. Post current events for your class or school
12. Compile contact information: email, phone number, website, wiki, school website, PTO website, etc.
13. Make a "Teacher's Favorites" Glog.
14. Show off students' work
15. Videos of the stages of the scientific method
16. Compile math games links
17. Historical figure biographies
18. Show the current leaders of your country, state, city, and school
19. Author studies: books, videos, links
20. Share Web 2.0 tools


21. Be an agent of change
22. Stop bullying
23. Teach others about how and why we need to care for our planet
24. Prove your side in a debate
25. Digital portfolios
26. Promote Earth Day
27. Professional Development
28. Do something good
29. Post story problems and solutions
30. Display student speeches
31. Share letters or poems
32. Compile spelling websites
33. Teach and learn about the body systems
34. Listen to ebooks
35. Promote healthy habits
36. Compile ESL resources for parents
37. Learn about U.S. Symbols at school or at home, or show off student knowledge of your country's symbols
38. Practice fact fluency
39. Share teaching ideas & lesson plans
40. Celebrate student accomplishments
41. Create a digital resume
42. Create a digital art museum
43. Save paper
44. Map out the writing process
45. Give a presentation
46. Share information about your students with an epal
47. Communicate with authors or other people of interest
48. Assess understanding of a concept
49. Create poetry
50. Engage and excite students about learning!