Collaboration 2.0
Web 2.0 Strategies for Education


  • Collaborative Tools Help Rural Alabama Community Equalize High School Education

    Because many of the schools in Talladega County School District are small and the district rural, attracting quality high school teachers has been a challenge. But through videoconferencing technologies, the district can make more of its limited resources to help students and teachers alike learn and grow in ways that would not otherwise have been possible.More


  • PBS Launches Online Resources for Finance and Economics Teachers

    In the midst of all the talk about such important 21st-century skills as critical thinking, problem solving, and technological proficiency, the topic that dominates the news and many an adult discussion is one that often gets short shrift in the K-12 environment: finance and the economy. PBS Teachers is looking to remedy this with "Access, Analyze, Act," a new collection of digital resources to help primary and secondary school teachers give students an introduction to and overview of what all the "money talk" really means.More
  • Laurel Springs School Brings American College Prep to South Korea

    Laurel Springs School, a private, K-12 preparatory school based in Ojai, CA, is bringing its distance learning program to South Korea.More
  • NASA Launches Student Site

    The National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) has launched a Web site aimed specifically at teenagers that gives them access to current NASA spacecraft data, potentially taking school science projects to a new level.More
  • WNYRIC Moves to Schoolwires To Support ePortfolio Initiative

    The Western New York Regional Information Center (WNYRIC) has selected Schoolwires Synergy as its primary technological solution for mounting its effort to have students maintain, edit, collaborate on, and present their work in ongoing electronic portfolios.More
  • NASA Funds Target 13 K-12 STEM Education Programs

    Thirteen K-12 STEM education initiatives will receive an infusion of more than $12 million through NASA's Nspires program. More