Free Web 2.0 Tools Resource Page

This is a resource page on free Web 2.0 tools that can be used in the classroom.  As more tools are designed I can add them to my page.

 

Tumblr – Follow other people’s blogs or create your own.

Voki – students can create a 60 second voki on a topic of their choice and create an avatar.

Edmodo – Similar to Facebook with an educational purpose.  Students can collaborate and share ideas and more.

Wikispaces – The best platform for schools, includes Wikispaces Classroom.

Edublogs – Educational blogging site.

Pivot Animator – For a bit of fun this is a tool to create animated stick figures.

Pinterest – A curation tool to keep up to date with ideas, websites and more.  Simply ‘pin’ the resource.

Scoop.It – A curation tool, similar to Pinterest, except you ‘scoop’ resources.

Cel.ly – A bit like a cloud for an organisation.

Diigo – Keep all your reading and resources in one place.

Dropbox – As they say, your stuff anywhere.

Prezi – Presentation software.

Delicious – Save and share your weblinks.

Class Dojo – Keep track on student’s progress and reward positive behaviour.  Allows you to set goals for students.

YouTube – Video sharing and more.

Grooveshark – Free music streaming.

Vimeo – Watch, upload and share videos.

References

Dunn, J. (2011). The 100 Best Web 20 Classroom Tools Chosen By You.  Retrieved October 23, 2014 from http://www.edudemic.com/best-web-tools/

 

 

 

 

 

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