Category Archives: Web 2.0

Studies of Asia – Melbourne, May 2012

Blogs, rich media, embeds, social networking, podcasts, and RSS? Whatever happened to just “the Internet” and when did “Web 1” pass its use-by date? This hands on workshop is designed as an engaging and friendly exploration of Web 2.0 technologies … Continue reading

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Engaged! EtherPad to Wordle

Real-time Collaborative Brainstorming – What Fun! What Good Learning! When students have access to computers or personal devices (Netbooks or iPad3+) you can easily create a real-time collaborative writing page that will also generate a word cloud to show the … Continue reading

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Skyping with Christian College Geelong

Welcome Here are some links you might find interesting Web 2 Tools Panel TED Talks Khan Academy Sugata Mitra, a professor at Newcastle University and MIT, began his “Hole in a Wall” experiments many years ago. This clip shows the … Continue reading

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Great work by Participants

The following is a list of the Web sites created over two days by teachers supporting studies of Asia.  We used WordPress.com as the main platform to post Look to Learn activities.  These included embedded YouTube videos and a clever … Continue reading

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WebQuests 2.0 Workshop

Welcome to a New View of WebQuests Let’s start with a brainstorm: What are WebQuests? My introduction to WebQuests occurred in 1994/95 when Bernie Dodge shared this new format he had been brainstorming for integrating the Web into classroom / … Continue reading

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