By Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
Larry Ferlazzo has started putting together various “Best Of” lists for this
year, starting out with his picks for the best Web 2.0 applications for education. Check it out!
He starts off with the fourteenth best and ends with what he thinks is the best one.
"I’ve chosen Vi.sualize.us as my fourteenth pick. It’s a “social bookmarking” site like del.iou.us, but for images. You can save, categorize, and write a description of images on the web. It provides countless lesson opportunities."
My pick for the thirteenth best Web 2.0 application is Sketchcast. You can “draw” on a whiteboard and record an audio explanation at the same time. You’re given a url for your creation and/or you can embed it into a blog. Others can leave comments about your Sketchcast, too. It’s particularly good to demonstrate how to solve math problems."
For the entire post and all 14 top pick websites go to Larry’s site.