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Welcome to K12 Webware
This wiki contains a selection of Webware (Web 2.0, Read/Write Web) tools, examples and application ideas suitable for K-12 education. It was created to encourage and support the use of Web 2.0 tools for teaching and learning at Woodward Academy.
What is Webware?
is one name for the growing collection of productivity, data-driven, and communications tools available on the web. These “
” tools allow users to create, edit, publish and share content without any special technical knowledge or software.
tools create a “
” environment that encourages all users to contribute content, as opposed to the typical “Read-Only” experience of the traditional Web. Many
tools are collaborative and can be used in creative, meaningful ways by K-12 teachers and students.
This website is a work-in-progress. Please email
if you have questions or suggestions.
General Web 2.0 Resources
K-12 Online Conference
"The “K12 Online Conference” is for teachers, administrators and educators around the world interested in the use of Web 2.0 tools in classrooms and professional practice! Each year in October, over 40 presentations are posted online for free viewing.
The Machine is Us/ing Us
Excellent 5-minute video introduction to the Read/Write Web by Michael Wesch.
SEOmoz Web 2.0 Awards
100 Web 2.0 Ideas for Educators
Scribd document by Quentin D'Souza offers an overview of Web 2.0 concepts such as blogs, wikis, RSS, folksonomies, tagging, personal learning environments, as well as ideas for classroom application.
Web 2.0 Tools
- Annotated list of Web 2.0 tools with educational potential from Judy Brown
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