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Today we are all familiar with the power Web 2.0 holds. In this new era of Web 2.0, it's no longer enough just to have a website, one has to have a leadership thought, insert themselves in a conversations with their users.

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Call to Gloggers

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Comment by Tatyana Chernaya on March 15, 2014 at 12:50pm

Hi Everyone,
I am an English teacher from Moscow, Russia, interested in using Web 2.0 tools in class. 

Comment by Sandra Jones on March 15, 2014 at 8:57am

I'm new a member too.  I do not have much classroom experience but have used many web 2.0 tools in my master level courses. I use twitter primarily as a PD resource and pinterest for lesson resources.  You can follow me @sansajon pinterest.com/sansajon/

Comment by Melissa Neiman on March 5, 2014 at 12:40pm

I am a kindergarten teacher and am currently working towards my M.Ed as a Literacy Specialist. I am actually taking a course right now on instructional technologies and have recently learned about several neat Web2.0 tools/programs.

Wallwisher-interactive post-it notes (www.padlet.com)

PollEverywhere- for open-ended questions to specific polls to check for student learning or just to start an online discussion (www.polleverywhere.com)

Comic Life 3- templates for creating comic strips. Really neat for encouraging writing in an engaging way. 30-day free trial available (http://plasq.com/products/comiclife3/win)

Storybird-provides students with pictures from artists, illustrators and animators in order to jump start writing (https://storybird.com/). 

I am interested in hearing more about Glogster. Has anyone used it?

Thank you!

Melissa 

Comment by Dana Cherrie on July 15, 2012 at 12:48pm

I am also new and have been lurking for awhile, Donna, but I just had to say I LOVE SCRIBBLE MAPS!  Thank you so much for sharing Jarred!

Comment by Donna Comstock-Herman on July 13, 2012 at 4:32pm

Joining to lurk until I become more proficient with many of the Web 2.0 tools.

Comment by Sonja Sharp on April 13, 2012 at 2:06am

I am using course sites and quizlet a lot in the class room (and out of it as well).  My students are really enjoying this, and seem to engage a lot more with the content and collaboration.

Comment by Jarred Stewart on March 15, 2012 at 8:42pm

Scribble Maps is great, so would Sketchast but I can't get it to work correctly.  Does it work for anyone else?

 

www.spotlight21.com

 

Comment by Ken Kuhn on June 8, 2011 at 3:52pm
I thought I would share with you the PDF file of a workshop that I gave several months ago at the WBEA Conference 2011 in Seattle called "Googlemania and Web 2.0 Tools".  There is lots of information to help you out--contact me if you need some further help.  Googlemania%20and%20Web%2020%20Educational%20Tools%20Workshop.pdf   Enjoy! 
Comment by Ken Kuhn on May 24, 2011 at 5:33pm
I have just completed the Spring 2011 edition of the Western News Exchange Newsletter--24 pages of information on conferences, lesson ideas, feedback from the NBEA Convention in New Orleans and the WBEA Conference in Seattle.  Have a look at the newsletter and contact me with future articles, ideas, or comments.  Here is the link:  http://wbea.info/newsletter/10%20spring%20newsletter.pdf  Enjoy!
Comment by Geetanjali Shrivastava on April 8, 2011 at 11:54am
 

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