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  • This link will connect you to http://youtu.be/_A-ZVCjfWf8.
  • These are just a few wonderful resources for English/LA web 2.0 tools. All links will take you to the home page of the sites.
  • These are just a few wonderful resources for Science/Social Studies web 2.0 tools. All links will take you to the home page of the sites.
  • These are just a few wonderful resources for English/LA web 2.0 tools. All links will take you to the home page of the sites. The Math Playground and MathGameTime sites are two of my favorite. There are so many resources available that it will take students and teachers days to get through everything.
  • Just because educators find a few websites to help their students, doesn’t mean that they should stop looking for new web 2.0 tools for their students. I highly recommend finding educational blogs, wikis, and twitter accounts to follow in order to find new and improved web 2.0 tools for the classroom.
  • These are just suggestions for some blogs. Please feel free to find your own!
  • These are just suggestions for some wikis. Please feel free to find your own!
  • These are just suggestions for twitter accounts to follow. Please feel free to find your own!
  • These articles support having web 2.0 tools in the elementary setting. Some articles also include great resources for web 2.0 tools.
  • Resources for students and teachers

    1. 1. Elementary SchoolWeb 2.0 ToolsMary Beth TruluckSpring 2012
    2. 2. Importance of Web 2.0 ToolsClick on the picture to view a video about 21stcentury learners.
    3. 3. English/Language Arts ThinkMap VisualThesaurus ZooBurst Storynory ToonDoo FreeRice
    4. 4. Science/Social Studies National Geographic Kids National Geographic Little Kids Maps.com CIA – The World Factbook EcoKids Kinetic City
    5. 5. Math National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Kids’ Zone Create A Graph Math Playground MathGameTime
    6. 6. What does this mean foreducators? Continuously check for new web 2.0 tools by following: ◦ Blogs ◦ Wikis ◦ Twitter
    7. 7. Blogs to follow Classroom 2.0 Your Smarticles Blogging about the Web 2.0 Connected Classroom Langwitches Blog
    8. 8. Wikis to follow Twitter4Teachers Twitter for Education
    9. 9. Twitter accounts to follow @curriculum21 @w2e @teachers20
    10. 10. Supporting Articles Ash, Katie. (2011). Classroom-tested tech tools used to boost literacy; to improve reading skills, many teachers are harnessing the technology they already have. Digital Directions, 04.02, 22. Kist, W., Doyle, K., Hayes, J., Horwitz, J., & Kuzior, J. T. (2010). Web 2.0 in the Elementary Classroom: Portraits of Possibilities. Language Arts, 88(1), 62-68. Kist, W., Doyle, K., Hayes, J., Horwitz, J., & Kuzior, J. T. (2010). Web 2.0 in the Elementary Classroom: Portraits of Possibilities. Language Arts, 88(1), 62-68. Online tools. (2012). School Administrator, Dec. 2010, 50. The class that never sleeps; The Flat Classroom Project has turned to social media to make education relevant in a global setup, finds Malvika Tegta. (2010). DNA [Daily News & Analysis], Apr. 2012.

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