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Free Online Course - Intro to Web 2.0 Tools for Education

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by amir33, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. Dear All,
    Do you want to know how Web 2.0 tools can help you teach? Are you willing to spend a few hours over the next few weeks to attend a FREE online training course?
    The FREE course is being offered without charge since its part of a MEd (eLearning) module at Hull University. I guarantee you'll learn something useful and more importantly something you can put on your CV !
    Course runs from 20th November- 9th Decemeber.
    Hurry or places will run out !
    Either eMail me at amirhabib13 @hotmail.com or simply respond to this post and I'll get back to you ASAP.
    Regards,
     
  2. <font size="2">I&rsquo;m interested my email address is </font><font size="2"> </font>Qhussain2@gmail.comThanks
     
  3. Me too......

    markrbrain@googlemail.com

    Thanks for your help!

    Mark
     
  4. Hi, doing my GTP so not sure if I qualify, but very interested.

    grahamandre@tiscali.co.uk


    Graham
     
  5. I'm a primary ks2 teacher with specialism in ICT. I would be interested in attending the course.
    Many thanks Dawn Castro
    dawn.castro@ntlworld.com
     
  6. Colleen_Young

    Colleen_Young Occasional commenter

    There are many excellent free tutorials / information on Web 2.0 tools available. I have gathered all my own favourites here.
    Primary teachers - watch the age restrictions, students need to be 13 to access many sites. Look at sites like Wikispaces (Wikis page), Diigo (bookmarking page) Wallwisher, Wordclouds...
    Note there is also a tutorials page.

     
  7. Colleen_Young

    Colleen_Young Occasional commenter

    Primary teachers (& secondary) - meant to add - check Storybird if you have not seen it before.
     

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