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Welcome to the Web2ThatWorks Wiki!

What is Classroom Instruction That Works?

In this day of high-stakes testing and frequent complaints from teachers that they “don’t have time to use technology” in the classroom, this wiki seeks to bridge the gap to help teachers see that technology doesn’t have to be an add-on that distracts them from focusing on the curriculum. Rather than accepting an either/or mentality, we can begin to connect technology to the accepted “best practices” that our districts expect to see in our classrooms.

Readers and contributors will learn and share information about specific Web 2.0 tools that can be used by teachers, and strategies that can be used with those tools that align with and support research-based effective instructional methods. Reference will be made to specific instructional strategies and a variety of examples will be shared covering all content areas from K-12 to college/university levels.

This wiki is an information resource as well as an interactive space where readers can add their own insights and strategies.

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Additional Resources

Classroom Instruction That Works

Handbook for Classroom Instruction That Works

Using Technology With Classroom Instruction That Works

The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction (Robert J. Marzano)

Bloom's Taxonomy Blooms Digitally (by Andrew Churches, April 1, 2008, published in techLearning)

Technology Integration Matrix

Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms (Will Richardson)

9Classroom Blogging: 2nd Edition (David Warlick)

Web 2.0: New Tools, New Schools (Gwen Solomon, Lynne Schrum)

National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)

Teach Web 2.0 Consortium

Weaving Web 2.0 Tools into the Classrom and The Web 2.0 Toolbox (Patsy Lanclos)

Jordan District Wiki Page for Web 2.0

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