Tag Archives | web2.0
A great list of new tools so that teachers can discover and keep updated with the recent releases in the world of educational technology.
Here is a list of twenty-nine choices for The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education In 2012 — So Far (NOT in order of preference) compiled by Larry Ferlazzo.
A great resource of web tools for teachers divided by categories.
Edshelf is a directory of websites, mobile apps, and desktop software that are rated & reviewed by educators, for educators. We decrease the friction of using and procuring effective technology into the classroom.
Here are five great sites that you can use to spice up your technology tool library.
As more teachers and students adopt new technologies, including Evernote, they’re looking for useful resources to help them along the way. We’re excited to introduce them to Evernote for Schools, our new microsite devoted to helping those in the education …
An interesting way to have your students use Voicethread to provide feedback on assignments.
With thousands of web 2.0 sites available, how do you choose the best tools for your classroom? Find out here.
Four interesting articles dealing with why schools cannot ignore Web 2.0.
A guide to help you manage your classes through the use of Web 2.0 tools.
Some of the following tools will have teachers and students exploring wikis, open courseware, Twitter, blogging, comics, videos, and incorporating plenty of other tools that will help make learning fun.
During the recent online seminar Web 2.0 Tools for Lifelong Learning in Online Courses, Prof. Joni Dunlap from CU-Denver, explained how she uses a variety of Web 2.0 tools to help students develop lifelong learning skills.
50 web tools to help teachers with lesson planning, research and productivity!