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Web 2.0 and when to use them?

I have embedded the following Primarypad to give people the opportunity to link some work they have completed using web 2.0 resources. Please add some examples whether it is directly to a resource or a blog doesn’t matter. This pad below is open to anyone who has any examples of Web 2.0 to show, even if you think it isn’t good enough, people will value you sharing it!

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  1. Les Haines
    January 3, 2010 at 12:24 pm #

    Using wallwisher as a plenary is a great way of establishing what learning has taken place, ” post three things that you have learnt today ” or ” one thing I found difficult” Have also used Wordle as a video (through mmaker) to set up my lessons (starter) have the clip running as students enter classroom and ask ” try and find waht we are learning today” from the collection of words shown.
    Have also just started to use glogster as an interactive substitute for publisher but have yet to overcome LA filtering problems. Working on it
    Les Haines
    The Hereford Academy

  2. Pam Thompson
    January 4, 2010 at 1:48 am #

    I’ve used wallwisher as end of term reflection – but love the idea o fusing it as plenary. I’ve also used glogster with my students – they loved it although we did have a few logging in & saving problems which tended to turn them off a bit. Really disappointing when they’ve worked so hard but the glog won’t save.

    Voicethread is on my list of web2.0 to try out. I must look at how some others have used it & take the plunge.

  3. antonpenev
    January 7, 2010 at 4:25 pm #

    I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
    And you et an account on Twitter?

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