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    For a simple explanation of Twitter watch the Common Craft Teachertube video Twitter In Plain English.
    Twitter – A Teaching and Learning Tool by Tom Barrett. This thought-provoking blog post examines in detail how Twitter can be used as a teaching tool and for buildings one's personal learning network in education. This is most valuable for people thinking about Twitter as a professional learning tool.
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Saturday, December 11

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    This wiki is created primarily for teachers who are unfamiliar with, yet are keen to expand their knowledge and understanding of, some Web 2.0 (pronounced web two point oh) technologies and tools and to learn about how they may be used in classrooms to enhance student learning and engagement and to improve their own teaching practices. Secondly, the wiki is intended to be updated and further developed with new tools that emerge in the Web 2.0 world. This wiki is targetted initially to the teachers at a Victorian (Australia) Years 4-12 College in informing them of a range of Web 2.0 technologies and tools in the hope that some will be inspired to integrate them into their classrooms.
    It is a continual work in progress with new tools and applications added.
    WHAT IS WEB 2.0? The read/write web.
    Web 2.0 has revolutionised the way students and teachers engage in learning. The Web 2.0 suite of tools facilitate sharing, participation, communication and interaction. Dr. Ross Todd in his 2nd address, School Libraries in the Digital Age, at the The National Library and Information System Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (2008) described Web 2.0 as a platform that moves beyond the selection of information to generating content and ideas rather than consuming content, while seeking to facilitate community, community, collaboration and creativity between users. This read/write approach to the web allows students to engage in collaboration and constructivist learning in order to generate new knowledge and understandings. Most of these Web 2.0 technologies are FREE.
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    Why is Web 2.0 important to our students' education?
    {technology_image.jpg} Contributed by Langwitches in Flickr group Great quotes about learning and change
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