I attended several sessions at NECC on Web 2.0 tools. Many were tools I've used before, or I've seen but not used, or heard of but not looked at - and some I'd never heard of.
But together they make such a great collection that I felt the need to share with others, as I have never seen all of these listed together in one place. No doubt you've seen many of these before, but I hope you find something new here that will excite and inspire your students:
Ditto. I've heard of some of these and am checking out the ones I haven't.
My problem with finding out about new technologies is that if I don't use it immediately, I won't remember it later when I could use. I see a use for http://www.yourgmap.com/ next April through July. I saved it in Delicious but am really hoping that I'll remember to look for it when I need it.
Does anyone have a better way of tracking or marking websites for future use?
I still use a paper-and-pencil plan book, and meet w/ the grade level teachers at the beginning of each year. I keep grade level outlines in the back of my plan book based on the year's unit outline that they provide me, and the projects we discuss. When I find a tool that I think might be useful for some future unit or project, I write it down there so that I will see it when I start to plan for that, as I am constantly referring back to it.