There are a lot of Web 2.0 tools out there. A whole lot!
Here then is a smorgasbord of some good ones you can hopefully use in your teaching or with your students … all delivered in a bite-sized, daily serving.
For each tool, you should find:
- a link to the resource
- a short (< 3min) podcast providing a few details
- a graphic showing to what level on the the SAMR model I suggest this tool could be used. [More details here and why fixing a tool to specific level might not be so smart]
- possibly a video or other resource showing how to get started with the tool.
If you have any feedback, do please add a comment to the relevant post, especially if you disagree with the SAMR level I’ve suggested. I’d be delighted to be convinced by a stronger argument than the one I had with myself when making my initial choice.
And yes I do have a split personality disorder.
No you don’t!
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