I'm helping out my friend Ellen who writes for a popular magazine — she has the following question — one that I love. Please respond here. Also share the name of your school.
Web 2.0 opens many new avenues for creativity and expression. How do you use it to teach today’s young authors and artists?
What do you think?
This is my answer:
I believe that Web 2.0 allows students multiple methods of displaying their knowledge and through a variety of assessment methods: podcasts, text on wikis, photography, video creations, videos of interviews, or blog posts — that all learning styles are included. These tools also are magnets for student interest because they use cool new tools that they are attracted to naturally.
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