Web 2.0 tools in education
Web 2.0, or participative and social web, refers to websites that emphasize user-generated content, ease of use, participatory culture, and interoperability for end users. Web 2.0 tools are an amazing asset for any classroom. In this technological age, it is important that teachers use all resources available to them to reach and engage their students. Web 2.0 tools are a great way to accomplish this.
In this webinar we are going to talk about what Web 2.0 tools actually are when used in an educational setting. Web 2.0 tools are tools of technology that allow teachers and students alike to create, collaborate, edit and share content on-line that is user-generated.
These can include tools for: presentation, research, collaboration, audio, video, slideshow, images, music, drawing, writing, organizing, mapping, quiz and test generation, file storage and web pages, and also tools for graphing and conversion. New tools are being developed all the time, so it is important to be informed about the newest trends in education in order to keep up with the technology that surrounds the lives of your students.
This webinar has been created for teachers and educators who want to learn more about web 2.0 tools in education and support their teaching goals, increasing the learning capabilities of your students. Web 2.0 tools are becoming more prevalent in the classroom, but can seem daunting for teachers who are not confident in their technological ability.
There's some good news though - these tools are generally designed to be extremely user-friendly!
To provide webinar participants with a clear understanding of:
- The four main groups web 2.0 tools for education are divided
- Tools for the creating and support a web-based learning environment
- Tools for communication and the cultivation of relationships
- Tools for collaboration
- Tools for students to create
- The benefits of using such tools
- The precautions teachers should take when using technology in the classroom
- Tips and best practices for using technology in the classroom
The Webinar starts on the 6th of April 2021, 19:30 Central Europe Time.