A list of tool-activity suggestions provided. They answer the questions
below. I tried a few tools, and they had their strengths and drawbacks,
but these tools could serve as starting points. Teachers could follow the
lead from here.
What are your Learning Goals?
I want my students to be able to create web based timelines.
I want my students to create web based mind maps / graphic organizers.
I want my students to publish their writing online for others to read.
I want real-time, online discussion with my students.
I want my students to search and evaluate web sites.
I want to create guided research activities for my students.
I want to connect my students to other students around the world.
I want my students to create online portfolios.
I want my students to create books, magazines, posters, or newsletters online.
I want my students to record or edit audio.
I want to use an interactive whiteboard effectively with my students.
I want my students to create and edit maps.
I want my students to draw or create comics on the Internet.
I want to create tests, quizzes, and games online.
I want my students to organize, bookmark and edit their research online.
I want to find or create rubrics for multimedia projects.
I want to connect to other teachers to share ideas and resources.