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Weaving Web 2.0 into Classroom Practice

Weaving Web 2.0 into Classroom Practice This well-developed PowerPoint presentation delves into the aspects of Web 2.0 technology that can be used in the classroom. It offers detailed descriptions of Blogs, Wikis, RSS (Really Simple Syndication), Pod/Vodcasting, Social Networking, E-Portfolios and
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Weaving Web 2.0 into Classroom Practice


This well-developed PowerPoint presentation delves into the aspects of Web 2.0 technology that can be used in the classroom. It offers detailed descriptions of Blogs, Wikis, RSS (Really Simple Syndication), Pod/Vodcasting, Social Networking, E-Portfolios and E-Learning with real-time examples for each topic. This is a very informative presentation for teachers who may be interested in delving deeper into Web 2.0 applications.

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