With access to "the mobile Web," learning can occur spontaneously.
Web 2.0 has created an anytime, everywhere learning environment, which limits the constraints of time, geographic location and, to some extent, school computing resources. Consider these possibilities in the Web 2.0 world:
- Accessing the "mobile Web" with smart, portable devices
- Learning beyond the school day
- Connecting schoolwork to the world beyond the classroom
- Improving the relevance of schoolwork Learn more about Anytime, Anywhere Learning (one-page PDF)
Try it Out
The following websites exemplify best practices of Web 2.0 for education.
Learning in Hand
provides information and resources for mobile learning in education from Tony Vincent, who started this site as classroom teacher.
provides information and resources on global positioning systems (GPS) and place-based learning.