How to Web 2.0 Accessorize Your Classroom

Web 2.0 is the most exciting thing to happen to education since the schoolhouse. It is a limitless classroom, allowing students access to anything they can define. Includes what’s a digital citizen, how to create a blog, a classroom internet start page, a classroom wiki, how to join social networks and post pictures on Flikr, where to go for podcasting and online docs, and more.

Here’s where you start:

If the lesson plans are blurry, click on them for a full size alternative.

Want more internet lessons for grades K-8? Try these:

–from 55 Technology Projects for the Digital Classroom. Preview available on Amazon.com and Scribd.com

If you can’t read this, send me an email at info@structuredlearning.net (they’ll forward it) and request a pdf copy

Categories: computer skills, education reform, lesson plans, social media, teacher resources, websites | 1 Comment

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  1. Pingback: How to Web 2.0 Accessorize Your Classroom « Ask a Tech Teacher « Social Computing Technology

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