Teachers take lesson planning to the Web

02/14/2013 | Edutopia.org

The job of lesson planning can be made a little bit easier if teachers use Web 2.0 tools, according to consultant Lisa Michelle Dabbs. In this blog post, Dabbs writes that Pinterest, the virtual pinboard, allows educators to access visual, clickable resources that educators can click and share. Other sites, including Edcanvas, Livebinders, Storybird and VoiceThread are free and valuable resources for lesson planning, she writes.

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