“Digital Immigrants” used to be the Holy Grail of metaphors for technology teachers. Let’s band together and stop using this term!
Let’s take a quick look at 5 web 2.0 sticky note sites perfect for project-based learning and technology integration. These websites are great for teacher use such as a classroom homepage and student use for various projects.
So what is the best 1 to 1 program? The answer is the program that is designed firmly focused on your school mission. I want to say that again but this is crucial. Start with your mission.
A huge benefit of web 2.0 in the classroom and educational technology is the ability for students to collaborate. The level of interaction varies greatly from website to website and ranges from synchronous to asynchronous. Let’s explore some great collaboration sites for the classroom.
In the 20th Century, and probably back to the Renaissance, the “Three R’s”, reading, writing and arithmetic were arguably a good basis for education. But now we are in a new age and the Three R’s simply won’t do. We need to add what I call the “Three C’s”.
Welcome to combining web 2.0! Let’s take a look at a cool way you can use web 2.0 in the classroom. I don’t know about you but whenever I find a new web 2.0 site, I think “This is cool, but how can I use this effectively to enhance learning?” Well, check this out!
This post will explore an easier and certainly more obvious way to combine sites. I call this method Fruit Cake.