Why our students need web2.0

Watch this video: A Vision of K-12 students today Learning to change: changing to learn A video by Pearson advocating the use of 21st century skills in education. Michael Wesch and the Future of Education - if you have an hour watch this presentation, it may change the way you teach.

Toward a Definition of 21st Century Literacies - NCTE

It is important to lay some ground rules: Are you providing students with authentic learning experiences and audiences? Are you providing students with the skills and knowledge to stay safe online?
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Places to Learn About Web2.0

Web2.0 Guru - lots of good information in this wiki. Helpful Resources for Web2.0 tools in Education II: Tutorials and Examples Web 2.0 Guru - Educational technology integration The Innovative Educator - A blog worth following by Lisa Nielsen professional development manager for educational technology at the NYC Department of Education. K12learning 2.0 Self paced introduction and exploration of Web 2.0 tools and concepts for K12 teachers. Information Literacy in a Web2.0 World - Hazel Clark Steve Hargadon: Web2.0 is the Future of Education Ferlazzo Larry Ferlazzo: The Best Places to Learn Web2.0 Basics and his Best Ways for Students (And Anyone Else!) to Create Online Content Easily, Quickly & Painlessly What the Research Says CSLA 23 Things Exploring Elementary 2.0 Web 2.0 in Education Online Connections: Learner's Toolbox Introduction to Web2.0 Wiki TeacherFirst Safe Web2.0 in the Classroom. Some good examples here. The Common Craft Show Explanations in plain English David Warlick's A Path to Becoming a Literate Educator Top 100 Tools for Learning - Fall 2008 Jane Hart has invited learning professionals from around the world to contribute their own top 10 lists and she has compiled these submissions into a Top 100 list. Or use the index to her Directory of Learning Tools.