WEB 2.0 Links that Support Collaboration and Social Emotional Learning


What is Web2.0 or the Read/Write Web?
Although we have been using cooperative learning models for year with computers, the difference is that now each student can be at the computer in different locations and work collaboratively but independently. For more information see the Web 2.0 Dictionary


What Tools are available? Go2Web20 www.go2web20.net/

How can Web 2.0 tools help with social emotional learning?

  • providing models for giving and receiving feedback
  • learning how to write clear communication
  • working collaboratively toward a goal
  • discriminating between facts vs. bias
  • evaluating negative influences

Blogs and Wikis

Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com
Edublog http://edublogs.org/
PBWiki: http://pbwiki.com
Class Chatter http://www.classchatter.com
Wikidot http://www.wikidot.com
Class BlogMeister http://classblogmeister.com/
WetPaint http://www.wetpaint.com
Blogger http://www.blogger.com
Imbee http://www.imbee.com/teacher
WordPress http://www.wordpress.com
Haiku http://www.haikuls.com


Timelines

Our Story ourstory.com/splash.html
Mnemograph mnemograph.com/

Graphic Organizers & Brainstorming Tools

bubbl.us bubbl.us/
Mindomo www.mindomo.com/index
Mindmeisterwww.mindmeister.com
Ta Da Lists www.tadalist.com

Writing and Presentation Tools


VoiceThread voicethread.com/#home Annotate and share graphics, create digital stories.
Preezo www.preezo.com
Zoho www.zoho.com
Google Docs
docs.**google.com/

Additional Resources

2008 Top 100 Tools c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100.html



Kids on the Fringe: Technology Tools to Help Them Succeed Cheryl Wissick, University of South Carolina
NECC 2008 BYOL Conference Presentation