I will be presenting a workshop on Favorite Web 2.0 Tool for the Classroom. If you had to choose your favorite Web 2,0 site to use in the classroom, what would it be? It could be for both students and/or educator (K-12).. I appreciate your assistance.

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Thanks! I was just working on my presentation and the timing is perfect!
Wallwisher and Etherpad are two tools that I have seen being used effectively in the classroom! Students are engaged and excited to use both! I use alot of post-its in the real world, so I guess that's why I was anxious to use them virtually too!
Here is the link to my Glog Home page. It has links to the rest of my Glog site. I use it primarily with video work. Enjoy!
I'd have to say Ning would be my favorite "Web 2.0 Tool" because of it's many uses. My students can collaborate in groups, write blogs, and posts, comments, videos, music etc -- all to build class community.
If I had to choose a tool 2.0, I would choose Blogger.
Well, I would have to say Glogster and Voicethread. They are such great tools for all students. My elementary students who are more visual and artsy love Glogster. Those that like to talk and express their opinions love voicethread.
Thank you to all that replied. The workshop went very well and I ended up presenting the workshop using my glogster of favorite Web 2.0 tools for about and hour then gave the participants about 1/2 hour to peruse the various sites from the glog. They seem to enjoy it!



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