Effective use of ICT based science teaching learning objects.
3.3 Developing a Personal or Professional Learning Network
- Twitter: social networking platform that allows teachers to create Personal Learning Networks and connect with other educators from all around the world.
- Tweetdeck: allows creation of a custom Twitter experience.
- Facebook Education Group: This Group is an interactive space linked to the official Facebook Education Page - a professional learning community for educators to come together to share, learn and inspire one another. In this Group, educators from across the globe can gather in a safe space to share ideas to better themselves and their field, explore new ideas with new peers and collaborate to tackle challenges.
- Pinterest: a visual bookmarking website that allows you to bookmark, organize, and curate digital content into pinboards that can be easily shared with others.
- Paper.li: a tool to use to turn the feeds of Twitter, Facebook, or Google Plus into a neat looking magazine.
- Skype: Voice-over-IP service that allows individual and group calls and can be used to host hangouts and tutorials.
- TED Ed: platform allows users to take any useful educational video, not just TED's, and easily create a customized lesson around the video. Users can distribute the lessons, publicly or privately, and track their impact on the world, a class, or an individual student.
- Scoop.it: web tool that lets curation of content in the web and organize it into boards similar to Pinterest boards.
- Edshelf: web tool to curate, organize and share web content.
- Slideshare: world's largest community for sharing PowerPoint, OpenOffice presentations, Keynote, PDF and infographics.
- Pearltrees: a social library that allows cultivation of interests with collection, organization and sharing capabilities.
- The 31 Educational Web Tools Every Teacher Should Know abouthttps://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/12/the-31-educational-web-tools-every.html
- Facebook Education Grouphttps://education.fb.com/
- TED Edhttps://ed.ted.com/