Tag Archives: Web2.0

Come On and Get Lively

Come On and Get Lively

This message comes from Vicki Davis (http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/).  For those who don’t know, Vicki is a very positive influence in the world of Web 2.0 in education. —– Hello everyone – I hope you’ll take a second to help a group of my very passionate ninth graders who have named themselves the Digiteen Dream Team –

TeacherTube At Peak Performance

I received a very informative e-mail from the people at Teacher Tube. It made me very happy. I hope it makes you happy too! Happy teachers make for happy students! Read on… From the Teacher Tube E-mail Newsletter: If you have not visited TeacherTube in the past two weeks, you need to check us out.

The PBwiki Back to School Challenge

Beginning mid-August, PBwiki is hosting a Back to School Challenge. Teachers can earn a free gold wiki, plus great classroom resources like books, legos and more. You can participate in the challenge by signing up here. This is the “Year of Collaboration,” so consider joining this challenge as one step toward creating a 21st Century

Breaking News: Animoto for Education!

Awesome news! Animoto now has a section just for educators! Visit Animoto for Education to check it out! When I visited the site, I discovered that our own Lance Rougeux, Director of the Discovery Educator Network endorses Animoto as a great web 2.0 tool beneficial to students and teachers alike. He is right! Be sure


Have you discovered wordle yet? Visit the wordle site to generate beautiful word clouds from text, a blog link or a delicious username. Just like a regular tag cloud, the words that appear more frequently are given greater prominence in the wordle. I especially love how you can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts,

Shelfari – A Virtual Bookshelf

Hello NY DEN Members! A new web 2.0/social networking application has arrived and you need to head on over to Shelfari to check it out! Shelfari is a social media site focused around books, and will continue to innovate as it brings together the world’s readers. There are many teachers who have migrated to the