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Jesus Alfaro Jr.

EDTC 6340

Project 4-Part A


Today’s learners have grownup using many different forms of technology, such as cell phone, computers, Play Stations, Xbox, WII, and others. They use these different types of hardware to get what they need, whether its information, data, games, or to communicate. All of these resources are available online and web 2.0 is a set of online resources or applications available on the Internet for learner to use and collaborate with other learners. They consist of but not limited to Wiki’s, Blogs, Flickr, podcasts, and others.


Our mission as educators is to learn as many of these resources available, where many of them are free, and incorporate them into our teaching methodology. In doing so, we will be using 21stcentury teaching methods to better engage our student’s in what they are learning. Teachers can podcast additional instruction to enhance what he or she’s covered in the classroom. Blogs can be setup for students to respond to a specific topic that possibly is being covered in a social studies class. In art class teachers can use Flickr so that students can respond to an image that’s on the Internet. These are just a few examples of how web 2.0 tools can be utilized, but through the use of these tools we as educators can share information and resources to better meet the needs of the learners.



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