I invite you to add your favorite web 2.0 tools onto this chart. We also welcome your sharing how you use these web tools in your teaching. We especially invite Jewish educators and staff developers to share their applications for teaching and training onto this spreadsheet. This is the url for the spreadsheet:http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AVHRiMW9xDMfZGRycHJnaGZfODZjdzd0c...

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This is one of many useful tools we share on our new Jewish educators social network which is created to empower Jewish educators and staff developers to integrate web 2.0 technologies into their teaching and training. This is the url for our new Jewish-educator social network: We invite you to join and contribute.
Here is the url for the Jewish educators social network: http://www.integrating-technology.com/index.php?option=com_communit...
Hi Richard,
Great list and I see my two sites I use all the time. I really like to combine web 2.0 tools for creative projects. My current favorite is Vuvox.com. A Vuvox collage is just so great for projects. I combine audio created in Aviary.com. I love the audio editor in Aviary, called Myna. We create background music and audio hotspots (the kids narrate and add music) in Aviary and then import them into Vuvox. It's great fun and I have done projects as young as 5th grade.


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