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Nov022009

Web 2.0 Project: Jennifer Wagner's work

Here’s a thumbnail sketch of some interesting work that Jennifer Wagner is doing with Web 2.0. It is taken from the forthcoming second edition of the free Web 2.0 projects Book which was published last year -- over 11,000 copies downloaded! The book itself will contain even more information, so look out for that early in 2010!

Name: Jennifer Wagner

Application type: Jenuinetech.com, Wiki,Presentation

Age range: PreK - 6th

Description of project

Jenuinetech.com hosts a variety of projects throughout the year.  Most projects provide creative ways of teaching math, language, history, art, and science in your classroom.  Projects usually run between 2 and 4 weeks.

Benefits of using Web 2.0

Motivation,Participation,Any time,Anywhere,Forms of literacy,Collaboration,Creativity

URL: http://www.jenuinetech.com 

Are you doing interesting work with Web 2.0 applications in your school or college? If so, why not contribute to a new ebook containing ideas that other teachers can pick up and use? Further information is right here:

http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/10/14/web-20-projects-book-deadline-extended.html

 

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