Internet Filters and Web 2.0 in K-12 Schools: Can’t they just get along?

I developed this webinar as a tool for educators to bring IT, Admin, Teachers and Librarians all in one room in order to discuss the blocking issues and see examples of how teaching with Web 2.0 can work in the classroom. We can do this by integrating: flexible filtering, lessons building and library content in one system. It has had great reviews.I recommend that you review the content and invite the team in for a great debate and “ah ha” session. You can peek at a recorded webinar at www.bascom.com/NECC.Register Internet Filters and Web 2.0 in K-12 Schools: Can’t they just get along?  View Recorded Webinar

This webinar addresses the key challenges that occur when trying to use Web 2.0 applications in a school with a traditional filter. Then, it explores how to fix those issues with Internet-enriched lessons, student library portals and Web 2.0 applications.You will learn:* How to integrate filtering, lessons and Web 2.0 applications* How teachers can safely have authority over Internet content* How to keep a class focused without distractions when using blogs, wikis, and YouTube videos to teach* How to be more productive using an age-appropriate, category-based library* How to build Web-enriched lessons and share them with other educatorsTitle: Internet Filters and Web 2.0 in K-12 Schools: Can’t they just get along?

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