A Smackdown or Show and Tell is a sharing of
websites, tools or teaching tricks that you have found to be great to use. You
are given 2 minutes to present the tool to the group.
I strongly urge anyone planning an edcamp or TeachMeet to have this
session during the lunch period. Of course, you have to get
someone to sponsor the lunch. Or have a Smackdown for the
entire group attending.
In this way everyone attending has the opportunity to see these
wonderful tools and sites. I feel this will definitely get
those teachers who are reluctant to use technology to see great
tools they could use that they never knew were available.
Another suggestion is to have someone sit at the main computer.
The next presenter hands this person a card with website to be presented
on it before they get up to present. This saves time.
Presenter can then take over computer and site will be up on screen.
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#ntcamp Philadelphia 2011
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Smack down -
TMNJ Web 2.0 Smackdown - Google Docs
The Ultimate Web2.0 Smackdown at Tech Forum, Boston « Thumann
Iowa One to One Conference: Web 2.0 Smackdown Resources | Angela
Maiers Educational Services, Inc.
Smackdown Notes from Ed Camp Birmingham
Edcamp Boston 2011 Smackdown
EdCampPlano App Showdown - Google DocsEdCamp
EdCamp Philly SMACKDOWN - Google Docs
EdCamp Chicago SMACKDOWN - Google Docs
ISTE 2011 Learning Tools Family Feud
Smackdown @ ISTE11
#sschat Anniversary Smackdown
#Spedchat Smackdown 9/27/11 - Google Docs
#edcampNYC Mini Smackdown
#5thchat What tech tools do you use?
Smack Down #tmky11
Classroom 2.0 LIVE Reflection Smackdown 2011
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