Online publishing and networking tools for kids and their teachers

Classroom 2.0:

…the social networking site for those interested in Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in education.

NoodleTools: Basic Language Literacy:

Online Opportunities for Young Writers – Publications Which Accept Student Submissions

One response to “Online publishing and networking tools for kids and their teachers

  1. Increasing numbers of educationalists are using Twitter and Diigo. We are running ‘unconferences’ to bring about networking and challenge the boundaries of learning. Debates are interestingly featuring around the following areas:
    1. Web literacy in young people – what skills do they need?
    2. Readable and writeable behaviours in a 21st Century global ‘net’ world.
    3. Blending tools for the web2.0 classroom (wiki’s, google docs, flash meetings….etc..)
    4. Use of virtual worlds and virtual learning environments.
    Anybody interested in the above discussions can join recognised professionals all over the world.
    I can be contacted via various social networks on my website http://joannebennett.jimdo.com. Classroom 2.0 is a good starting point and many of us have direct links through that network.
    Thanks for the post on Classroom 2.0.
    The quiet revolution continues in education.
    Joanne