Inspire your students to actively engage with digital content using Web 2.0 tools in a project-based learning environment. Transform your students from passive receivers of information to active researchers involved in discovery, analysis, synthesis, collaboration and presentation of new learning. Web 2.0 tools, such as wikis, podcasts, VoiceThread, Animoto, Prezi and Glogster EDU, provide engaging platforms for students to become co-creators of content and demonstrate creativity and problem-solving skills.
Here are a couple of great places to get you started.
Edutopia - Project-based Learning
Buck Institute for Education - Project-based Learning
A Curated Set of Web 2.0 Resources
If you are a netTrekker customer, follow this link to access a collection of Project-based Resources (you will have to log in first).
Special thanks to the educators at Wayne RESA, MI for providing the inspiration for this graphic created with Tagxedo.
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