100 Web 2.0 Tools Every Teacher Should Know About | Edudemic


100 Web 2.0 Tools Every Teacher Should Know About

Posted on May 15th

We’re always trying to figure out the best tools for teachers, trends in the education technology industry, and generally doing our darnedest to bring you new and exciting ways to enhance the classroom. But I wanted to take a moment to bring a wonderful list of resources to your attention.

Jane Hart of the United Kingdom’s Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies has been assembling a list of the best resources for the past five years. But these resources aren’t just randomly organized by popularity or something, the order is decided by a crowdsourced vote. What could be better than that?

I personally find the order of the tools to be pretty spot on. What do you think?

5 Most Popular Tools

  1. Twitter
  2. YouTube
  3. Google Docs / Drive
  4. Skype
  5. WordPress

5 Most Surprising Tools

  1. Yammer
  2. Voki
  3. Microsoft Word
  4. Geogebra
  5. Storybird

5 Little Known Tools

  1. Knol
  2. Mahara
  3. Lino
  4. Udutu
  5. Etherpad

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I am an inspiring, proven leader and entrepreneur, with the integrity, presence and skills to ensure continuous improvement and success is delivered at this challenging but exciting time. I am positive, resilient and motivating. I have successfully initiated and led complex organizations and situations to completion and success. I have significant experience of leading and delivering organizational change and managing innovation and service improvement, locally and internationally. I am well networked and tenacious in whatever role I am doing. I have created and developed new market opportunities, expanded customer base and introduced new products and services on a national and International scale, through the establishment of effective partnerships, beneficial collaborative processes and innovative business development.

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