.: Professional Development 

eLearning training course 

The following is a suggested process enabling staff to hear of the benefits of Web2.0 as a classroom resource in 2 to 3 hours. The emphasis is the provision of a time saving and educative tools enabling Personalised Learning Profiles for students.
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An Introduction to the potential of Web2.0 in the Classroom

“Web2.0 will save you hours and engage your students in ways books never will”

A Social Networks in Teaching and Learning
Session 1
Social Networking sites and benefits discussed.


Google in teaching and learning
Session 2
Google in teaching and learning
It’s highly likely that you are already familiar with the Google search engine http://www.google.com/
Google, though, is now much more than just a search engine … we will also cover some of the other Google applications that are available to teachers.
google directory http://directory.google.com/
Study search http://www.studysearch.com.au/

In particular we will look at Google Docs which allows you and your students to set up free collaborative Word documents and Spreadsheets online.
http://docs.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wo&pli=1#all

 

A Social Network for your Classroom
Session 3

In the last few years online Social Networks have grown enormously in popularity with students around the world … but these have not yet been adopted or used by many schools. In fact quite a number of schools around the world have blocked access on the school network to some of the social network websites but the following are quite useful.


Delicious http://delicious.com/gregrobertson 

Cool Tools For Schools https://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/

Slideshare http://slideshare.net

Youtube http://youtube.com

 


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