Resources for students and teachers
1.Elementary SchoolWeb 2.0 ToolsMary Beth TruluckSpring 20122. Importance of Web 2.0 ToolsClick on the picture to view a video about 21stcentury learners. 3. English/Language Arts ThinkMap VisualThesaurus ZooBurst Storynory ToonDoo FreeRice 4. Science/Social Studies National Geographic Kids National Geographic Little Kids Maps.com CIA The World Factbook EcoKids Kinetic City 5. Math National Library of VirtualManipulatives Kids Zone Create A Graph Math Playground MathGameTime 6. What does this mean foreducators? Continuously check for new web 2.0tools by following: Blogs Wikis Twitter 7. Blogs to follow Classroom 2.0 Your Smarticles Blogging about the Web 2.0Connected Classroom Langwitches Blog 8. Wikis to follow Twitter4Teachers Twitter for Education 9. Twitter accounts to follow @curriculum21 @w2e @teachers20 10. Supporting Articles Ash, Katie. (2011). Classroom-tested tech tools used toboost literacy; to improve reading skills, many teachersare harnessing the technology they already have.Digital Directions, 04.02, 22. Kist, W., Doyle, K., Hayes, J., Horwitz, J., & Kuzior, J. T.(2010). Web 2.0 in the Elementary Classroom: Portraitsof Possibilities. Language Arts, 88(1), 62-68. Kist, W., Doyle, K., Hayes, J., Horwitz, J., & Kuzior, J. T.(2010). Web 2.0 in the Elementary Classroom: Portraitsof Possibilities. Language Arts, 88(1), 62-68. Online tools. (2012). School Administrator, Dec. 2010,50. The class that never sleeps; The Flat Classroom Projecthas turned to social media to make education relevantin a global setup, finds Malvika Tegta. (2010). DNA[Daily News & Analysis], Apr. 2012.