Have you successfully engaged your students?

If so, what has worked for you? What websites have you found helpful?

What Web 2.0 Tools have you used!


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  • interactive whiteboards
  • blogs
  • wikis
  • podcasts

Why use a podcast? (add ideas as you think of them)

  • spelling or vocabulary lists
  • reading poetry or a short story
  • homework assignments
  • parent announcements

Tiny URL- http://tinyurl.com/- make long url's TINY

Wikis, Blogs and Podcasting

Jings!

What's a Jing?

http://www.jingproject.com/ Click "Video Tour"

The concept of Jing is the always-ready program that instantly captures and shares images and video…from your computer to anywhere.
Have something to explain again and again, Just Jing IT!

Screencast.com allows you to store your jings for free!


This is a screenshot of my Screencast Library. When I mouse over a jing, it gives me the option to view, edit, share or delete.

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Here are some Jing Samples-


How to use Just 5 Clicks

How to make Wiki with Wikispaces.

Everything Web 2.0 (thanks to Wendy Sigele)- download free PDF
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