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Web 2.0

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Vanessa F.

on 15 April 2011

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Do you ever feel like your students are'nt listening to you? It's every teachers dream to see their students engaged in what they are learning. Prezi and Glogster are like online poster boards with no limits. They require no paper, no pencil, no markers or crayons. Just a free mind and endless possibilities. Like this class... does this look farmiliar? <iframe title="YouTube video player" width="480" height="390" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/DmbyBxdaSwc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> If you like listening to peaceful music while your students are taking a test, then Pandora is the website for you! Pandora alows you to type a song of your choice into the search bar. It not only finds your request, but also can break it into certain musical instruments or, give you a list of songs and catagorys that are similar to the one in the search bar. The Basics of WEB 2.0: Googe Docs is a website where teachers and students can edit and share information, it is accesable anywhere at anytime. By using this website, you are sure to have less papers to grade by hand, and less papers to carry to your car. (You Don't have to watch the whole thing, its just to give you an idea) 1&2 ) Prezi and Glogster EDU 3) 4) Pandora Google Docs 5) Twitter
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