Welcome to episode five of the Technology Shopping Cart podcast where educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas! This week Karen Montgomery, Vicki Allen and Wesley Fryer host an interview with Kristine Molnar of PBwiki. PBwiki is one of our favorite web 2.0 sites for creating collaborative wiki documents with teachers and students. After sharing our geeks of the week, we discussed digital citizenship and the ways teachers in different places are helping students as well as educators connect 21st century skills with digital citizenship skills including Internet safety, safe online collaboration, and netiquette. It is helpful to situate conversations about Internet safety within a broader discussion of digital citizenship, and insure the constructive and positive uses of collaborative digital technologies are also highlighted.

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Show Notes:

  1. PollEverywhere
  2. Diigo
  3. 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story
  4. LeFora Forums
  5. PBwiki
  6. PBwiki for Educators
  7. Free webinar 22 April 2008: Keeping Students Safe Online (from PBwiki)
  8. “You don’t know what you like, you like what you know” – Dr. Tim Tyson’s Keynote: Moving from Personal Knowledge to Global Contribution (from Bob Sprankle at Bit by Bit – also check out Dr. Tyson’s blog)
  9. MogoPop
  10. 123VC: The JAZZING Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing
  11. WikiTextBook: An online textbook for Educators Learning about Technology
  12. Follow us on Twitter: Kristine from PBwiki, Karen Montgomery, Vicki Allen, Wesley Fryer
  13. More links from our wiki shownotes page for this episode
  14. Our Technology Shopping Cart Podcast Wiki

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