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Education Examples

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Curious about ways that educators around the world are using Web 2.0 tools?

 

Begin by reading "A Little Help from my Friends: Classroom 2.0 Educators Share Their Experiences," School Library Journal, 10/1/07.

 

Then, use the links provided below to explore a variety of examples. If you have an example you'd like to add, please do!

Social Media

 

100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media in the Classroom

 

Blogs

Wikis

 

 

Photo Sharing

 

  • Click here to see an example of an international school project using Flickr.
  • AP Calculus students' photos on Flickr.
  • 100 Teaching Videos--If you think YouTube has nothing to offer educators, you need to check out a few of these! (Posted on SmartTeaching.org blog)

 

Presentations

 

  • A college math instructor who is using Jing with her students.
  • 2nd graders use VoiceThread to produce book reviews.

 

Podcasting and Video

 

Other

 

 

Webtop Applications

 

 

 

Additional Resources

 

  • TakingITGlobal: Use Web 2.0 tools to engage in global projects.
  • List of education-related blog resources (from Scott McLeod).
  • Another list of education-related blog resources.
  • Here's a list of K-12 education wikis from around the world.
  • Scott McCleod has gathered this list of K-12 education wikis.
  • Another list of elementary wikis.

 

Tools for professional development

 

  • In Plain English video series by Common Craft.
  • Quick Takes presentations by TICAL.
  • Another Scott McLeod resource is this link to a variety of videos related to 21st century learning and Web 2.0.

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