Friday, February 22, 2008
The advent of Web 2.0 opens whole new horizons to the ways in which we can engage and interact with students. The technologies create the possibility to more fully implement active learning. Through social networking tools, we can expand "connectivity, communication, and participation." In the ning linked to the title of this posting, you will find an array of social software tools (with plenty of examples) of how the new online tools can create a new perspective for the pedagogy that drives our approach to teaching and learning.
Posted by Ray at 1:33 PM