There are so many great Web 2.0 and
social networking tools, and more are
added every day.
What does your digital footprint look like?
Learn how to harness the power of these
tools to create your own "personal learning
network" (PLN), manage these tools, and
to use them to benefit yourself, your
colleagues and your students.
How the Web is Changing
What is it?
Creating a Digital Footprint
Do not confuse with a digital
Personal Learning Network
Online communities create personal and
professional relationships with the
This can help get useful information
The value of the site is directly related to
how well people interact.
Why not just have a website?
Podcasts and Videos
1st person vs. 3rd Person
It's about being part of a conversation.
Those who dance are though insane by
those how can’t hear the music.
Speaking of dancing:
What is it?
“A whole new Web is emerging from the wilds of cyberspace.
It's no longer all about idly surfing and passively reading, listening, or watching.
It's about doing: sharing, socializing, collaborating, and, most of all, creating.”
It's A Whole New Web
And this time around it will be built by you
SEPTEMBER 26, 2005
What is true of Web 2.0 will be true of Teacher 2.0
active, dynamic, community building, and radically democratic.
How the web is changing is
how teaching will change.