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StudentParticipation

Teachers may wonder how these tools are potentially relevant to student learning. They invite distinctive uses compared with a traditional web page.

  • As a Web 2.0 technology or so-called "read-write" tool, it invites participation
  • By default, readers are also writers.
  • Wikis, blogs, and podcasts can “serve up” content much like a traditional website, but their design and features encourage us to speak back.
  • Wikis lower the barrier so that amateurs, teachers, even students can create and publish content.


Created by: admin. Last Modification: Thursday 17 of April, 2008 09:39:15 MDT by admin.

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