This coming fall I'll be doing a workshop with educators in my district on Web 2.0 technologies. I know all of what I'd like to cover, but I need to be realistic. Bare in mind most, won't even know what Web 2.0 means...where should I start? Right now a wiki off of this site does a good job of explaining what Web 2.0 is, so I guess I have the first step figured out. What needs to be covered the most? I want to make this as real world applicable as possible. I have 3 hours, so I want to allow for a decent amount of work time. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks,
Nathan

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I did something similar at the beginning of February and wrote about the way I did it over three blog posts. I started with a training survey via SurveyMonkey, continued on to working a bit in wikis, and finished up with a variety of topics including online professional development. I'd like to know what you end up doing. I'll be doing this workshop again next year.

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