Have you been looking for a free webinar beginners series on using web tools? Well look no further!
About The Classroom 2.0 LIVE! Beginner Series
What this means is I will be facilitating the beginners series for both the Edublogs Live and Classroom 2.0 LIVE! community supported by the amazing team of Steve Hargadon, Peggy George, Kim Caise and Lorna Costantini from Classroom 2.0 LIVE!
The beginner series kicks off this week with a three-part series, over six weeks, on “Go Wild with Wikis.” My aim is to bring my expertise in providing simple how-to information into a live web format. Focus will be to help educators new to web technologies learn more about how they can use these tools for their own learning and with their students while also providing ‘takeaways’ for the more experienced users.
To be notified of the latest events we recommend:
- Join Classroom 2.0 – If you are new to using a Ning community refer to this information
- Sign up for the Edublogs Live Newsletter – for weekly updates on upcoming shows from Edublogs
- Subscribe to the Classroom 2.0 Calendar using your Google Calendar
How You Can Help
I want to take the same approach to these webinars as The Edublogger; where the community and the conversations that occur contribute to the information shared.
Please leave a comment (or write a post) to share information on all or any of the following:
- How you explain to new people what are wikis
- Reasons why you use wiki(s)
- How you use a wiki for your professional learning and/or with your students
- Examples of your favorite wikis
- Questions you have always wanted answered about wikis
PS your comments (posts) for this are important as I want to demonstrate (and model) how the community and networks can provide greater ideas/innovation than any individual working alone (NO pressure off course 😎 )
Please check grab the Elluminate link for the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! or from our newsletter as we will be using Classroom 2.0 Live Elluminate room and not the Edublogs room!
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