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Web 2.0 tools provide opportunities for collaborative learni
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Web 2.0 Tools
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What do you find worrisome about this idea or proposition? What's the downside?
I often wonder how we can get educators to shift from the more traditional teaching to accessing and using the Web 2.0 tools that are available. Are educators taking advantage of professional development associated with technology?
What else do you need to know or find out about this idea or proposition? What additional information would help you to evaluate things?
Knowledge about how some educators perceive Web 2.0 technologies is important. Also, knowing how to use this technology to engage learners and teaching them to construct their learning is important too.
What is your current stance or opinion on the idea or proposition? How might you move forward in your evaluation of this idea or proposition?
I believe that Web 2.0 tools are great for creative learning and collaboration. However, technology is ever changing. 5 years is considered ancient in technology times. Will educators be able to keep up with costs associated with the changes?
What excites you about this idea or proposition? What's the upside?
Web 2.0 tools provide opportunities for collaborative learning and enables learner to generate content, interact, and share information across borders—can be a force for good in the world of education. Students can use the technology which in most instances is free or very low cost. This is exciting because schools that don’t have funds for software or hardware can use these low cost options in the class. This can bring the digital divide closer.