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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?
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Which Web 2.0 tools develop teaching and learning effectively?

LMSs (e.g. Moodle)

Wikis

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

Pupils contributing to shared knowledge

Blogs

Engaging parents -sharing work

As portfolios for students

Discussions

Any blog

Google groups

Discussion forums (fora)

Games

Simulations

Location Based Gaming

Multimodal story telling resources

Photo story 3

Dvolver

Animoto

Voice Thread

Video and photographic Resources

You Tube

Viddler

Flick*r

Collaborative Tools

Google Docs

Primary Pad / Pirate pad etc

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

Flash meeting

Stixy

bookmarking

Delicious

Bibsonomy

Mendeley

Diigo

Zotero

Social networking

Facebook

Ning

Twitter

ELGG

Evernote

Glogster

Assessment as if learning mattered

Achievement for all agenda - access, aspiration and achievement

Other digital technologies

Video

Audio

Mobile

Enhancing assessment

Support in the classroom

Specialist settings

Supporting parents

Enhancing data collection