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My Favourite Tools by Alexandra Francisco

Part of the Cool Sites weekly series! Like most of us, I have only just recently (about a year ago) began to use web2.0 tools in my classes. It wasn't easy at first. There is a myriad of tools at our disposal and new ones keep emerging at such speed that it's enough to make your head spin. So, when I Read full article »

My Favourite Cool Sites by Eva Büyüksimkeşyan

Part of the Cool Sites weekly series! Web 2.0 tools I've used so far... Web 2.0 tools are great help to jazz up your classrooms, help students practice the language, motivate the digital natives with their own weapons and boost creativity. Nowadays the more I learn, the more motivated I become and I'd like to share the ones which I've been using. Glogster Read full article »

What Did They Tweet?

December 1st edition! My guilty pleasure is.... Twitter... as you can tell by this weekly series, What Did They Tweet? Kid's Digital Stories @JohnMikulski's students have created beautiful digital stories using Storybird. Storybird is one of my favorite applications that you can read about here! John describes the project which has students write a short story in which the protagonist discovers something he/she Read full article »

Cool “Collaborative” Sites by Özge Karaoğlu

Collaboration has become the key concept to learn and engage ourselves through web. Web tools offer us the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other; so this week, I would like to share my top collaborative tools for Shelly’s Cool Sites Series. Palbee is a free online service that allows you to set up online video meetings with your Read full article »

What Did They Tweet?

Thanksgiving edition! Have you ever come across a tweet you wanted to share? Check out this weekly series, What Did They Tweet? to discover valuable resources! Once again I have changed the format to provide you with the best way to see the resources. Please leave a comment to let me know if you prefer this format! Tweetsgiving What better way to celebrate Read full article »

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