Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms

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SAGE Publications, 29 juin 2026 - 208 pages

Explore the wide world of web tools to enhance student learning!

Written for K–12 educators of all subject areas, this new edition of a bestseller provides examples and step-by-step guidance on how web tools allow students to learn more, create more, and communicate better. Updated with the latest on apps, BYOD classrooms, and the Common Core Standards, this resource opens up a new toolbox for both novice and tech-savvy educators. Find how-to steps for teaching with:

  • Weblogs
  • Wikis
  • Real Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds and aggregators
  • Social bookmarking
  • Online photo galleries
  • Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter

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À propos de l'auteur (2026)

A parent of two middle-school-aged children, Will Richardson has been writing about the intersection of social online learning networks and education for the past 10 years at Weblogg-ed.com and in numerous journals and magazines such as Ed Leadership, Education Week, and English Journal. Recently, he shifted his blogging emphasis to willrichardson.com. Formerly a public school educator for 22 years, he is a co-founder of Powerful Learning Practice (plpnetwork.com), a unique professional development program that has mentored over 3,000 teachers worldwide in the last three years. His first book, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms (Corwin, 3rd Edition 2010) has sold over 80,000 copies and has impacted classroom practice around the world. His second book, Personal Learning Networks: Using the Power of Connections to Transform Education, was released in May, 2011. His articles have appeared in Educational Leadership, EdWeek, English Journal, Edutopia, and Principal Leadership, among others, and over the past six years, he has spoken to tens of thousands of educators in more than a dozen countries about the merits of learning networks for personal and professional growth. He is a national advisory board member of the George Lucas Education Foundation and a regular columnist for District Administration Magazine. Will lives in rural New Jersey with his wife, Wendy, and his children Tess and Tucker.

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