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Added by Dr. Nellie Deutsch on April 25, 2008 at 2:19pm —
With the fast pace of current Web 2.0 applications, it is all getting to be a little daunting to even try to keep up with current technologies. As an instructional technolgist in higher education, I have a vested interest in keeping up with the latest and greatest in technology. But I do find myself at times screaming inside, "Stop the Web. I Want to Get Off." After recovering from my brief internal meltdown, I realize that I could no sooner stop using the Internet than I could stop drinking… Continue
Added by Dena Coots on April 14, 2008 at 11:30am —
Hello, my name is kevin. For my final project i am building a course in physics that applies Web 2.0 to a lesson unit. It's all about transforming the classroom to 21st century learning. Right now i'll be focusing mainly on an introduction to physics involving online instruction. For example: Distant time graphs, Velocity time graphs, solving problems algebraically, etc. I could really use some helpful ideas on how to go about building my course.
Added by Web 2.0 Class on February 15, 2008 at 7:11am —
My name is Mackenzie Proe and I am a student at Millis High School, Millis, MA. I am taking a web 2.0 class this year and I am trying to find different ways to apply web 2.0 in the classroom. I have chosen A.P. Calculus as my subject, and I am looking for any insight as to how web 2.0 can help students learn objectives faster and better. An A.P class is mainly on how to take the A.P. test and score to get college credit. With this in mind, there are many deadlines that teachers have to follow… Continue
Added by Web 2.0 Class on February 14, 2008 at 6:30am —