Collaborate, Create, and Collect: Web 2.0 Tools for Class Projects

Project-based learning is powerful because it is student-centered and real world driven. It allows for a more creative, in-depth investigation of a topic with more meaning and relevance for the learner. Whether the students are working on real world problems, community projects, hypothetical challenges, research papers, plays, etc. – it is important that learner has some autonomy over the context and process of their learning. Here are some web 2.0 tools that that make collaboration, creation, and collection easier on educators and students alike.