Mobile technology can be used to create pools or open-response questions enabling students to use their cell phones to text their answers to a given website, which logs results in real-time. These features are great ways to receive classroom reflections from students to express their understanding of the material presented.
Collaborative learning has been an effective learning tool for quite some time. For instance, when using a web blog in the classroom, students can write/post and receive feedback from fellow classmates. These are some tools available that support the collaborative learning environment.
Video is so powerful because it showcases charisma and communication skills, allowing for transparency. Images stick better than words. It’s quite simple! There are many resources that provide free download of videos or create videos to be used in classroom presentations, demonstrations, story telling, and many others.
Photos can be used to represent ideas visually in replicating diagrams from a textbook or other resources. It’s another vehicle for delivery of instruction & information.
These are only a few of the many resources available.
Presented by: Joshua Kozar<br />
Web 2.0 Tools Presentation<br />Outline<br />Web 2.0 Tools<br />Classroom Usage<br />Web 2.0 In Action!<br />The Best of the Rest!<br />
Web 2.0 Tools ?<br />What is Web 2.0 ?<br />Who Uses Them?<br />What Web 2.0 Tools Provide? <br />
Web 2.0 Tools <br />in the classroom?<br />Student Benefits<br />Teacher Benefits<br />
Web 2.0 In Action!<br />Presentations<br />Classroom<br />
Web 2.0 In Action!<br /> Mobile<br />Pool Everywhere<br />Jott<br />Phone io.<br />Drop io.<br />
The Best of the Rest!<br />MakeBeliefsComx<br />Class Blogmeister<br />Dabbleboard<br />WiZiQ<br />Wordle.net<br />Glogster.com<br />Smilebox<br />Voicethread<br />
Resources<br />What The Internet Can Do For You As A Creator<br />www.internet4classrooms.com/web2.htm<br />Everything You Need To Know About Web 2.0<br />www.techsoup.org/toolkits/web2/<br /> Web 2.0 www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0<br /> Web 2.0 Tools and Applications www.go2web20.net<br />