I work at a k12 school in instructional technology. We are doing a decent job integrating web2.0. We have used newsvine, googledocs, fleck, flickr, diigo, del.icio.us, wikis, and blogs. We have given up the 11th grade US history exam in favor of a research project that concludes with a tech presentation. Things are good but there is much to learn.

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Comment by Dave Ehrhart on April 10, 2007 at 3:21am
I like the history tech presentation idea. Can you give me details on the framework and requirements. As a social studies teacher I feel this is the natural area for this type of project. I'm interested to see what it looks like.
Comment by Jeff VanDrimmelen on April 10, 2007 at 3:58am
Welcome welcome Elizabeth! I'm super impressed. I'm still trying to get people around me to realize what all those things you mentioned are! :-)


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