This Wiki is a resource for Web 2.0 Tools for Education

Take the Social Networking Plunge - NYT Tech Article

David Warlick's Big Ideas for Education - 135 Using classroom technology as a tool for instruction, not as the focus of instruction.

Live Blog of Chris Dede's Presentation - Emerging Interactive Media and Neomillennial Learning Styles

Web 3.0
Just when you thought you were getting a handle on Web 2.0.....
Unfortunately, the session at NECC 2008 that I wanted to attend on this topic was canceled. However, I am doing a bit of my own research/reading to see what this Web 3.0 is all about. Interesting ideas...from a NYT article in Nov. of 2006..."In contrast, the Holy Grail for developers of the semantic Web is to build a system that can give a reasonable and complete response to a simple question like: ā€œIā€™m looking for a warm place to vacation and I have a budget of $3,000. Oh, and I have an 11-year-old child.ā€ Tim Burners-Lee blogs about Web 3.0.

Podcasting in the Classroom

What do you need? A computer that records sound and a microphone (that's it! and...if you're lucky, you'll have a Mac with GarageBand!).
3 Types: Voice, Enhanced (w/ pictures), VodCast (w/ video).
Tony Vincent's Podcasting Information
David Warlick's Post re: Podcasting (older but still good info.)

Podcast Hosting Sites

My twitter: kkozloski
Newest interesting tool....Photo Twitter - could be used by teachers for parents to follow what is going on in their classrooms (might only be for the Mac though). Here is a great wiki about Twitter apps. TwitPic

21 Interesting Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom

Why Wiki?
This wikispace was started to help the Montgomery County IU Curriculum & Technology and Technology Directors councils discuss the value of wiki's in education.

Curriculum Ideas
Social Studies - Great blog post on use of YouTube in Presidential Race.

English - 4th Grade - Multimedia Book Reviews

Web 2.0 Search Engine
All the rest of Web prepared to be overwhelmed!
All Things Web 2.0

My Online Chat is Here

Blogs of My Colleagues (worth checking out):
Dr. Dave Ramage
Assistant Principal, Pottsgrove Middle School

Dr. Megan Fritz
Adjunct Professor, Penn State University & Drexel University

My Blog: Changing the Discussion