How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic “How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum”, could you provide information, experiences, about the next issues?:

- How web2.0 resources are considered (in case they are) in the institutional level (school curriculum, university curriculum, high school curriculum, vocational training centre, etc.)

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in the formal institutional curriculums.

- What are the main uses given to web2.0 in the institutional curriculums (didactic tools, communication aspects, content platforms, etc.).

- Examples of the uses given to the web2.0 resources in the institutional curricula.

- How web2.0 resources are considered (in case they are) in specific subjects/modules/classes curricula?

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in specific subjects/modules/classes curricula.

- What are the main uses given to web2.0 in specific subjects/modules/classes curricula (didactic tools, communication aspects, content platforms, etc.)?

- Examples of the uses given to the web2.0 resources in specific subjects/modules/classes curriculums (didactic tools, communication aspects, content platforms, etc.).

- Do you think that teachers/educators are skilful, competent and ready in the integration of web2.0 in the curriculum?

- Are decision makers aware of the potential of web2.0 tools to be included in the educational curriculum?

Many questions to be widely discussed…All your contributions will be welcome!!

Antoni Morro

FUEIB

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Examples of the uses given to the web 2.0 resources

Good morning,

Between the examples of the uses given to the web 2.0 resources, I comment you the Blogging (for example, use blogs for real-world writing experiences; ƒupdate new information such as homework and assignments;  using comments in blogs can encourage students to help each other with their writing, and get responses to a  question without getting the same answer many times); Wikis (the use for student projects; use for collaborating on ideas and organizing documents and resources from individuals and groups of students; use as a presentation tool (as e-portfolios); as a group research project for a specific idea; manage school and  classroom documents; use as a collaborative handout for students; writing: student created books and journaling create and maintain a classroom FAQ; as a classroom discussion and debate area; a place to aggregate web resources; supporting committees, working parties and university projects etc); or social networking (event support and continuation, team and community support, aggregation of social media applications, personal learning environments).

This is the principal examples, but I'm sure that there are more!!

Best regards

Luis Tudela

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