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WEB 2.0 Tools Part 2

More Web 2.0 Tools


Go Soapbox:Web-based clicker tool that allows students to use personal devices to answer questions, take polls, add to discussions, and backchannel during instruction. It gives immediate feedback on student comprehension of concepts presented. (Learn more)

Listen to Wikipedia: Listen as the information in Wikipedia is constantly changing-Bells indicate additions and string plucks indicate subtractions. Pitch changes according to the size of the edit; the larger the edit, the deeper the note-fun site and very soothing! (Learn more)


Zaption: take video and add text, questions, photos, etc. to engage learners and give them the opportunity to interact with the information that is presented (Learn more)


Rewordify: Great site that simplifies difficult text so that students can gain a better understanding of what they read (Learn more)


Google Cultural Institute: Site allows students to explore artwork and art collections from around the world-fabulous resource! (Learn more)


Linoit: Use sticky notes online to organize information, or have students share knowledge of specific content-a great visual way to learn! (Learn more)


Plickers: Use paper clickers to assess student knowledge and guide instruction. Great site and easy to use! Must go through Google Chrome

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My Image File  Google Extensions and Add Ons-various tools to aid/supplement instruction