Which Web 2.0 tools develop teaching and learning effectively?

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Which Web 2.0 tools develop teaching and learning effectively? by Mind Map: Which Web 2.0 tools develop teaching and learning effectively?

1. LMSs (e.g. Moodle)

2. Wikis

2.1. http://www.teachshare.org/ and other collaboration/best-practices sites

2.1.1. Using technology to support teachers' learning

2.2. Pupils contributing to shared knowledge

3. Blogs

3.1. Engaging parents -sharing work

3.1.1. Other comments

3.2. As portfolios for students

3.2.1. learning logs

3.2.1.1. encouraging boys writing!

4. Discussions

4.1. Any blog

4.2. Google groups

4.3. Discussion forums (fora)

5. Games

5.1. Simulations

5.2. Location Based Gaming

5.2.1. SCVNGR

5.2.2. QR Code Based Hunts & Blogging

6. Multimodal story telling resources

6.1. Photo story 3

6.2. Dvolver

6.3. Animoto

6.4. Voice Thread

7. Video and photographic Resources

7.1. You Tube

7.2. Viddler

7.3. Flick*r

7.3.1. Used with taggalaxy.com

8. Collaborative Tools

8.1. Google Docs

8.2. Primary Pad / Pirate pad etc

8.3. See http://www.mindmeister.com/12213323/best-online-collaboration-tools-2010-robin-good-s-collaborative-map

8.4. Flash meeting

8.5. Stixy

9. bookmarking

9.1. Delicious

9.2. Bibsonomy

9.3. Mendeley

9.4. Diigo

9.5. Zotero

10. Social networking

10.1. Facebook

10.2. Ning

10.3. Twitter

10.4. ELGG

10.5. Evernote

10.6. Glogster

11. Assessment as if learning mattered

11.1. Achievement for all agenda - access, aspiration and achievement

12. Other digital technologies

12.1. Video

12.2. Audio

12.3. Mobile

13. Enhancing assessment

14. Support in the classroom

15. Specialist settings

16. Supporting parents

17. Enhancing data collection