We are in the midst of a Web 2.0 revolution. It was great fun to welcome 24 teachers in Miami, Texas (town population about 600, student school population about 118) today to the revolution. Many jumped in with both feet, with several even adding to the WikiPedia entry for Miami, Texas during the workshop.
And the revolution will be (and is being) personalized, as Gary Hayes eloquently and thoroughly observed last month. The list of read/write web tools just keeps on growing. My dynamic list is available on http://del.icio.us/wfryer/ReadWriteWebTools.
My latest favorite is S5, a free/open source, standards and web-based slideshow presentation system. I’ll be using it for my TCEA TECSIG keynote presentation later this week.
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On this day..
- Favorite iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch Audio Editing Apps (October 2011) - 2011
- Waiting For Superman: A Good Film to Provoke Conversations We Need - 2010
- Welcome to the 2010 K-12 Online Conference - 2010
- First Proctored Quiz with Moodle - 2010
- Perceptions of Beauty, PhotoShop, and Media Literacy - 2009
- Chinesepod and Connectivism: More connections lead to more learning - 2008
- Tagging the K-12 Online Conference - 2007
- Google Teacher Academy - 2006
- When Night Falls skypecast notes - 2006
- The joy of chess - 2006