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Best of the web 2.0 powerpoint
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Web 2.0 Tools for educators to use in the classroom.

Web 2.0 Tools for educators to use in the classroom.

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  • 1. Best of the Web 2.0 Tools ECOMP 6019 Lesley University Susan Powers
  • 2. Glogster EDU edu.glogster.com Patrik Prepsel is the co-created Glogster EDU. I found this website by searching the Internet. The primary audience I would think is elementary, middle, and high school aged students. Glogster EDU represents Web 2.0 by allowing users to easily share to social media and allows easy sharing and viewing of multimedia.
  • 3. Capabilities of Glogster EDU Allows students share what they have learned through making posters. Promotes student creativity  Promotes learning through interactive posters.
  • 4. Classroom uses for Glogster EDU Students can collaborate on assignments and projects. Students can use technology to organize information. Teachers can use for assessment purposes.
  • 5. HootCoursewww.hootcourse.com Rex Riepe is the co-Founder of Match Strike and developed HootCourse. I found this site by searching the Internet. The primary audience I think would be high and middle school aged students. HootCourse represents Web 2.0 by allowing users to collaborate easily with multiple group members on the same site and allows individuals to easily share to social media.
  • 6. Capabilities of HootCourse  Allows students to digitally interact with the teacher during a lesson.  Timid students can easily participate in lessons. Students can share essays easily through blogs and Twitter. Essays can be catalogued, linked, exported, or printed out.
  • 7. Classroom uses for HootCourse Students can collaborate on assignments and projects. Teachers can post a discussion question and gain insights from students. Teachers can use for a book club with students.
  • 8. ipadio www.ipadio.com Mark Smith founded Nemisys, which owns ipadio, and is the CEO of ipadio. I found this website by searching the Internet. The primary audience I would think is elementary, middle, and high school aged students. ipadio represents Web 2.0 by providing a mechanism for commenting, is mobile friendly, and allows easy sharing of media.
  • 9. Capabilities of ipadio  Allows students to share collect and audio data.  Teachers and students can comment on stored audio data.  Students can promote share ideas by “phlogging.”
  • 10. Classroom uses for ipadio Students can share assignments with classmates. Students can read a book to practice reading fluency. Students can use to retell stories. Teachers can use for a book club with students.
  • 11. Pearltrees www.pearltrees.com Patrice Lamothe is the founder of pearltrees. I found this site by searching the Internet. The primary audience I think would be for high school aged students. Pearltrees represents Web 2.0 by allowing users to collaborate easily and is mobile friendly.
  • 12. Capabilities of Pearltrees  Allows students and teachers to collect, organize, and share URLs.  Can upload pictures and notes. Newlinks can broadcast to Twitter, Facebook, and Google accounts.
  • 13. Classroom uses for Pearltrees Teachers can collect and share resources. Students can use to collaborate on projects. Students can use to collect resources.
  • 14. Watch Know Learn www.watchknowlearn.org Dr. Larry Sanger is the co-founder of watchknowlearn. I found this site by searching the Internet. The primary audience is K-12 school aged students. Watchknowlearn represents Web 2.0 by allowing easy sharing and viewing of media and provides a mechanism for commenting.
  • 15. Capabilities of Watch Know Learn  Students can watch educational videos.  Teachers choose from a video directory. Students and teachers can comment and rank videos. Teachers can share videos.
  • 16. Classroom uses for Know Watch Learn  Teachers can reinforce classroom lessons using educational videos.  Teachers can add videos to share.

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