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PS 334 web 2.0 by Mind Map: PS 334 web 2.0
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PS 334 web 2.0

integrating web 2.0 tools at 334

21st century communication; media literacy

enhancing the curriculum

expanding literacy fundamentals to new media

online collaboration & publishing

responsible & safe online citizenship

teachable moments

privacy: no images of kids without permission

privacy: no personal information

authorial intention, who's my intended audience, what other audiences can see this?

inevitable shennanigans

eChalk for community use public/private

student examples (private network)

1st grade photography (audience/visual literacy)

5th grade test prep (audience/metacognition/multimedia)

3rd grade publishing party (community involvement/ discussion)

echalk blogs

creating accurate research-based content

creating a profile for historical character

critiquing each others' work online

google docs

3rd grade online writing editing between teacher/student

XO laptops in 2nd grade


connecting to each other

defining web 2.0 & "social networking

web 2.0

web publishing for the layman (non-programmer)

many-to-many communication

social networks

many-to-many communication around sub-groups or content areas

popularized through myspace & facebook

varying levels of privacy & control of content

showing up in the professional world

exploding in popularity

65% of (online) teens have a profile

75% of (online) adults 18-24

Numbers climbing among older people