Collaboration on the Web

How do teachers use technology to collaborate with each other in and out of the classroom? How do teachers use the Internet make connections and share ideas in meaningful ways? (And do they really do this?)

Here are a few places that I’ve started:

  • TeacherLingo: Teachers can list their blogs in the blogroll and can sell lesson plans and other resources online. I’ve read a few interesting posts here, but would call this more of a somewhat interesting (although sparse) newsfeed and less of a connection hotspot. I’m not interested in purchasing classroom supplies because I make my own resources and collaborate with my colleagues and local experts in this domain.
  • Center for Teaching Quality: I clicked around here, “chimed in” on a post (only designated bloggers can write here but everyone is free to leave a comment), and got somewhat lost in the “collaboratory.”
  • The clock reads 10:00. In other words, that all of the searching that will be done this evening. Results so far are rather disappointing.

UPDATE: I just *attempted* to add this blog to the Edublogs Directory.


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