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Intro to Web2-0 Tools 2

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                                            Intro to Web2.0 Prezi


Where are you with Web2.0?  --> take a short Google Doc quiz


We hope that the links and resources on this page of our wiki help you to explore some Web2.0 tools that you can use with your students.


Heather - Voicethread link 


Some Useful Web 2.0 Tools  (HINT: Right click on links below and "Open In new tab")


Presentation - e.g. AnimotoPrezi


Blogging, reflection, collaboration

Global Teacher / Global Student

Sharing content, collaborating - wikispaces,pbworks

Collaboration, reflection - Voicethread


Mapping, collaborating

- Google MapsGoogle Earth

Conversation, messaging -Skype

Scripting/movie making - Xtranormal


Online surveys - e.g. Survey Monkey Social networking, collaborating - nings

Collaboration, reporting, data -Google Docs


Prof.Dev't, Teacher planning, sharing - Teacher Tube - e.g. "We Didn't Start The Fire" Conversation - Blabberize (for a bit of fun!)
Social bookmarking - e.g delicious Create your own comic strip at Make Belief Comix   


Some Useful Web 2.0 Resources


- Victorian Ultranet Coaches / Educators - go to 'Class Tools' page
   - Go to the 'Technology How To' and 'DEECD Tools' at the foot of the page

10 Ways to Use Your Edublogs to Teach 




  • Choose a Web2.0 Tool that is suitable for an activity with your students or a group of students.
  • Plan a brief activity for the students that is linked to your current or next unit of work.
  • How will students interact and collaborate in the activity?
  • Wat resources and equipment will they need?
  • Consider how students will access the tool, where their work will be saved and how it will be submitted.


When you have your idea and activity outline - please share it with others by adding a brief description in the comments box below.

(You might need to create a pbworks account to do this).


After trialling your activity with you students, please add a reflection in the comments box below.



Some Considerations with

Web2.0 Tools

Access at school?

Accounts / usernames?

Hardware / software?


Copyright / privacy? 





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