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Using Web 2.0 Tools in the K-12 Classroom
by:Beverley E. Crane
From blogs to wikis, invite Web 2.0 tools into the classroom. In this invaluable resource you ll find a host of Web 2.0 tools available on the Internet today, plus teaching and learning strategies to use them in the K-12 classroom. Language arts, science, and social studies unit lesson plans included in each chapter exemplify topics at the elementary,...
From blogs to wikis, invite Web 2.0 tools into the classroom. In this invaluable resource you ll find a host of Web 2.0 tools available on the Internet today, plus teaching and learning strategies to use them in the K-12 classroom. Language arts, science, and social studies unit lesson plans included in each chapter exemplify topics at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Each chapter focuses on a specific Web 2.0 tool: Blogs high school science study; Podcasts immigrant topic for the elementary classroom; Wikis learning about novels in high school; Video/digital storytelling about energy; Google tools (e.g., Google Earth, Maps, Docs) current events in social studies; VoiceThread language learning for non-native speakers; Social bookmarking Earth Day projects. Each chapter incorporates a glossary; a description of the particular tool; examples of its use in the K-12 curriculum; how to get started, and a unit plan focused on learning strategies. Exercises in each chapter reinforce the concepts. Readers get a complete listing of all Web sites mentioned plus access to a Web site for exercises, new URLs, and more. Teachers will want to check this out of your library too!
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