Protect, Nurture, Grow with Web 2.0

Mount Eliza Secondary College Librarian Lynn Swannell has developed an excellent presentation for her staff on how using Web 2.0 with students can help ‘protect, nurture and grow’.
Lynn explains:

I was asked to do a presentation about Web2.0 for our staff during the ‘Ultranet’ training day – plan B!

In putting the presentation together I tried to look at how I could link Web2.0 to our school motto of “Protect, Nurture, Grow” and also incorporate alot of what I had learnt during the program. I was quite pleased with the result and had lots of positive feedback from our staff.   There have been lots of requests for up-coming ICTuesday PD sessions which is great and I made sure to ‘plug’ the ‘Sharing eLearning at MESC’ wiki that I created earlier in the program.  A number of departments have now created their own wikis to share information amongst staff within their departments, as well as some classroom wikis happening – I did tell them that they can be addictive once you get started!

View more presentations from Lynn Swannell.

I’m going to send staff a weekly email of links that I’ve found via Twitter and various blogs (including Bright Ideas) and added to the ‘Sharing eLearning‘ wiki to keep up the interest.

Thanks Lynn for willingly sharing your excellent work yet again with readers of Bright Ideas.

4 thoughts on “Protect, Nurture, Grow with Web 2.0

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  2. Thank you Lynn and Bright ideas.
    This is brilliant! An invaluable presentation.
    Can be used by anyone to teach others about Web 2.0 and the integration into the curriculum
    Pat Carmichael

  3. Thank you Bright Ideas and Lyn Swannell for sharing this presentation – now you’ve got me trying to figure out how to frame web2.0 technology and pedagogy in terms of our school motto. thank you for the inspiration.

  4. Wonderful!! This is an excellent presentation, it shares so much about web 2.0 clearly and in a way that is easy to understand…a tricky task. You are right, web 2.0 can be addicting!

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