School districts sometimes overreact and filter out too many free web 2.0 tools that can enhance teaching and learning. Embracing more reasonable policies and having committees oversee the filtering decisions rather than an individual person creates a better process for allowing more technology into the school for free. Teachers are able to innovate using blogs, wikis, and many other web 2.0 tools without any cost ...more »
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