Technology Toolsfor TeachersA to Z A collection of Web 2.0 resources to use in the classroom
What is Web 2.0? …a collection of Internet-based tools that allow users to collaborate and share information. These tools can be categorized into the following general groups: Communication Organization/productivity Bookmarking Social networking
Accessed via the Internet, they are generally free to use. This A to Z list contains fun and creative tools that can be used to enhance student learning in any classroom.
User-selected photos, video clips and music are analyzed by this free application, then turned into a video. The site claims that no two videos are ever the same.
Videos may be kept private, shared, or video links may be shared or posted elsewhere on the Web.
Automated citation and bibliography creator updated with current guidelines for popular formatting styles. Citation Guide teaches students how to cite sources the “old fashioned way.” Double-click to view video www.bibme.org
Contains a Google search bar, and your choice of gadgets.
View Gmail messages, read news headlines, check out weather and stocks, store bookmarks for quick access to your favorite sites.
Double-click to view video www.igoogle.com
Screen capture application. Take a picture or a short video of something you see or do on your computer monitor. Share instantly via email, blog or the Web. Double-click to view video www.techsmith.com/jing/
Converted files are sent via email for saving and inclusion into Web, wikis, presentations.
Technology Tools for Teachers A to Z This presentation is available at Use this presentation as a resource to experiment with any of these Web 2.0 applications that can be used to enhance learning in your classroom. Please contact me with any questions.