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Using Web 2.0 Online Collaborative Technologies in K-12 Education
Jeff Ingraham
Doane EDU-699

"Imagine a school with children that can read or write, but teachers who
cannot, and you have a metaphor of the Information Age in which we live."
-Peter Cochrane

"Reading is mostly the act of forgetting,
Phones are the new textbooks,
Video is the new text,
Open Phone Tests - Teachers don't know it but they already are,
People who do not take advantage of the digital new tools will be like the Amish.
Living in another time."
Marc Prensky - February 23, 2009

What do you think?

It's not a revolution unless someone gets hurtScott McLeod
I think it is becoming increasingly clear that our current system of education is going to go away.
There are simply too many societal pressures and alternative paradigms for it to continue to exist in its current form.
The only question, then, is: How long are we going to thrash around before we die?----


Always Remember...

'He Who Dies with the Most Logins, Wins!"
(Andrew Christensen, 2008)

The world really has become smaller.
Lets take time to dance!
Matt has traveled the world to find people are people no matter where you go!

Tim O'Reilly Defines web 2.0

A deeper explanation of what Web 2.0 is;

And for the definitive definition of web 2.0 look no further!

The Real Time Web Explained...In Exactly 100 Words

The Real-Time Web is a paradigm based on pushing information to users as soon as it's available - instead of requiring that they or their software check a source periodically for updates. It can be enabled in many different ways and can require a different technical architecture. It's being implemented in social networking, search, news and elsewhere - making those experiences more like Instant Messaging and facilitating unpredictable innovations. Early benefits include increased user engagement ("flow") and decreased server loads, but these are early days. Real-time information delivery will likely become ubiquitous, a requirement for almost any website or service.

Create Google Login

Personal content from work content
**How Do You Balance Personal and Professional on Social Media?**



Why Web 2.0?


How web 2.0 is changing the world.

Twitter for government communications and is even vital to national security!

How Web 2.0 Technologies are Shaping Education

Watch this video by Sir Ken Roboinson about the change we are involved in currently!

In the beginning, the Internet was mostly used to gain and access information posted by others, but the introduction of new web technologies have changed the way people interact and communicate on the Internet.

  • Web 1.0 was the Internet as a library where you went to look up information. Most content was one-way!
  • Web 2.0 is about collaboration, connecting and learning from each other. Information as conversation. Social interaction and participation is a feature of many new technologies.
  • Web 3.0 is already underway but where will it lead us?
  • Semantic web perhaps?

Social media

Young people all around the world are using new technologies to link and connect with each other. The challenge for educators is to prepare them for their future!

PBS Frontline - Growing Up online

PBS Frontline - The Meaning of Cool - Online Culture

The Infinite Thinking Machine - Google's blog for Educators

Web 2.0: A New Wave of Innovation for Teaching and Learning

The Machine is Us/ing Us Video

Read article “Web 2.0 a New Wave of Innovation” March/April 2006 EDUCAUSE Review PP 32-44

Having Our Say Video:

A Vision of Students Today:

The Internet has a Face

Authenticity on Youtube

Information R/evolution

Additional Videos

Academia 2.0

Help with Wikis index

Create and Add to your page in the Wiki
  • Request to join this space (I will add all of you as collaborators)
  • link your wiki to the links on the sidebar
  • Add "My Links" and "My Reflection" to your page.

21st Century Skills foundation


Time Magazine Article,8816,1568480,00.html

Digital teens

Social Networking in Schools Engages Students and Makes Learning Relevant

The Flat Classroom Project

Tom Woodward Comic Life Images

Find more photos like this on Classroom 2.0

Futurist Reading
Singularity - a point in the future (often set at or around 2030 A.D.) beyond which overwhelming technical changes (especially the development of superhuman artificial intelligence) make reliable predictions impossible.

In The Know: Are We Giving The Robots That Run Our Society Too Much Power?

Death to Bloggers? Account Set-up

Gmail Account Set-up

Tour of the Google Accounts Spreadsheet for helping us collaborate with one another

Some examples of Web 2.0 Tools service-If you have a cell phone get a text message
What do you want to know?

Digital Art Canvas

A web based Virtual computer Marketing and Real Estate
#1 New York Web site of 2007
Type in any address on the planet and get a google search map of values of like and close properties.
Track real estate values and compare
A service that will send an email that will have a link that will have the attached file. This will allow for large files to be sent for seven days. makes URLs shorter so that they are easier to share. Go to website, copy and paste a LONG URL into the blank. Click "make tiny URL" and it will create a shorter URL. Must use once per year to maintain.
Connects to newspapers all over the world.
653 front pages available

Online comic book creator

Ning - Create your own social network on anything
Ning means "peace" in Chinese, and was co-founded by Marc Andreessen

Educational Ning

Classroom 2.0 Ning

Ad free 7-12 Student Nings

Help Brandon get to Oxford

Awesome Highlighter

Digg A popularity contest for the internet
(Note: May be PG rated or WORSE!)

Stumble Upon

Gapminder World Data Visualization

shozu - Uploads picts and videos to lultiple sites from your computer or a cell phone

Online forms and registration


Online Video tutorials - Like atomic learning but free

If your head is spinning now, have a look at this!

What is is a collection of favorites - yours and everyone else's. You can use to:
  • Keep links to your favorite articles, blogs, music, reviews, recipes, and more, and access them from any computer on the web.
  • Share favorites with friends, family, coworkers, and the community.
  • Discover new things. Everything on is someone's favorite -- they've already done the work of finding it. So is full of bookmarks about technology, entertainment, useful information, and more. Explore and enjoy. is a social bookmarking website -- the primary use of is to store your bookmarks online, which allows you to access the same bookmarks from any computer and add bookmarks from anywhere, too. On, you can use tags to organize and remember your bookmarks, which is a much more flexible system than folders.
You can also use to see the interesting links that your friends and other people bookmark, and share links with them in return. You can even browse and search to discover the cool and useful bookmarks that everyone else has saved -- which is made easy with tags.
You can create tags that are accessible by friends, family, students and more!


Web Site:

Key Features of SlideShare:
  1. Search for presentations--by tag, topic & author
  2. Join Communities or groups
  3. Free resource (register as a user)

Registered User Features:
  1. Upload presentations--keep private or share
  2. Comment on presentations
  3. Download presentations
  4. Mark presentations as favorites

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Web Address:

Registered users can upload documents in a number of formats including:
  • Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
  • PowerPoint
  • Word
  • Excel
Electronic print (e-papers) can be uploaded and shared so that registered users can comment, download and view your papers.

  • Ideas on how to use:
  • Easy access to your documents
  • Keep private or share
  • Feedback from others
I have found sheet music, papers from keynote speakers, etc.
Searching e-papers:
1. Select a category
2. Click on a subcategory
3. Search for a term within a subcategory

*the search feature is a little weak--it doesn't "guess" what your misspelling is, etc.

Photo Tools

Misc Articles and resources

Having Our Say Video:
Students talking about THEIR Future
eLearning 2.0 - How Web Technologies are Shaping Education
This explores how Web technologies are being used in education...
"Teachers are starting to explore the potential of blogs, media-sharing services and other social software - which, although not designed specifically for e-learning, can be used to empower students and create exciting new learning opportunities."
The Cool Cat Teacher
Amazing awesome Blog about k-12 education and web 2.0 technologies
The Web 2.0 classroom:
This article outlines six pillars of an effective Web 2.0 classroom: Internet safety and privacy, information literacy, Internet citizenship, Internet teamwork, International Internet activities and an engaged teacher.
PBS Frontline Growing Up online
Digital Ethnography Website@ Kansas State University
Studying how our culture is fundamentally different now because of these technologies
The New Literacies - District Administration Magazine:
Good overview from an administrators perspective
California Virtual Academies
The wave of the future?

Eye-fi and Skyhook

David Pogue - Eye-Fi Review from mshean on Vimeo.

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