How do you make sure you can meet the needs of your 21st Century Students and not get caught with your paradigm down?
Welcome to Part 7 of this educational technology series on web 2.0 in the classroom. Make sure you check out the other posts to get you caught up. Let’s move to the topic and collection of awesome web 2.0 sites!
We received an advance copy of Emily Bazelon’s book “Sticks and Stones, Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy” months ago and set it on the shelf to read when we had time. Then, I heard and interview with Ms. Bazelon on NPR regarding new, strict anti-bullying laws popping up throughout the country…
Best Math Games Ever! You have to check out Manga High.com. It is a games based website that is easy and fun to use. It is a mostly free site, but you can pay extra and get incredible analytics and differentiation abilities as well. You first register as a teacher and then you can add […]
The more you work with Web 2.0 sites, the more you need to know about embed codes. Here are some great tips including a really useful YouTube trick!
I have led about a zillion professional development sessions, both formal and informal, throughout the years. I always arrive with high hopes to engage teachers in the latest and greatest web 2.0 technologies and spur never before seen projects. What tool do I use to get teachers started?