Web 2.0 Tools
What's the big deal?
Engagement leads to better learning opportunities and enjoyment. We all know that, but nobody is intentionally disengaging, right?
What can you do to better student engagement?
Students can easily create webpage-like projects with pictures, videos, text, and links.
Mind maps are a great way to formatively and summatively assess students. The collaborative features are a bonus!
THINGLINK: Use as a presentation tool! Students will love the way you incorporate pictures into lessons.
STORYBIRD: Creative storytelling and beautiful artwork!
Where is this all going?
What does it mean for me?
Students are going to be in jobs that do not yet exist. We must prepare them to be creative, collaborative, and flexible thinkers.
- web-based response system
- students do not have to log (given pin)
- unlimited responses
- web-based response
- limited to 40 entries (reset for every class)
- word wall, collaboration tool
- anybody can organize
- develop digital citizenship protocol