Evaluating
Definition: Evaluating involves students assessing (peer assessment, self assessment and assessment of other types of texts) and making judgments through the use of criteria and critiquing.

Verbs to describe creating:
Checking, hypothesising, critiquing, experimenting, judging, testing, detecting and monitoring. (Anderson and Krathwohl)
Technology verbs:Blogging, commenting, reviewing, posting, moderating, collaborating, networking, reflecting, testing and validating. (Churches, 2009).


These tools could be also relevant to other parts of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. The activity you assign with these Web 2.0 tools has a huge impact on what verb the Web 2.0 tool comes under.

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Web 2.0 Name
Web 2.0 tool
Type of tool
Description
In the Classroom
Cost
Example
Irubric
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Online rubric
(reflecting)
Students can create rubrics to participate in
self and peer assessment.

Free

Voice Thread
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Online audio
and video
commenting
(reflecting)
Students upload a pieces of work onto the
'Voice Thread'. Students who are linked to their
account can comment on their work through
video, voice or writing a comment.

Free

BlogED
This can be
found on the
DET portal
Online blogging
(blogging,
posting)
Students create an online blog. Students
can create their own posts and comment on
other students blogs. This can all be moderated
by the teacher.

Free

Weebly
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(blogging,
posting)
Weebly is perfect for creating classroom
websites, student e-portfolios, and
websites for assigned projects.

Free

Moodle
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A databased
created by
students
(collaborating)
Students can post information and upload
files, photos and videos. Great way to
collaborate.

Free

Scriblink
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Online
collaboration
(collaboration)
An online whiteboard that allows students to
work collaboratively.

Free

BlogED
This can be
found on the
DET portal
(reviewing)
A great place for student to review and
comment on other students work.

Free

Voxopop
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Voice
collaboration
(networking)
Voxopop talkgroups are a fun, engaging and
easy way for students to work across schoolsand talk. They're a bit like message boards,
but use voice rather than text and a have a
specialised user interface.

Free

Video
Conferencing

(networking)
Students interact and collaborate with students
from other schools.

Free

Photo Peach
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(testing)
A website that allows students to developinteractive assessments

Free

Glogster
Edu
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interactive
poster
(explaining)
Through the use of an interactive posterstudents can create a poster. Students
can collaboratively create videos, podcasts,
vodcasts, animations and so forth to display
on the Glogster. It is a great way to intergrate
a variety of Web 2.0 tools.

Free

Survey
Monkey
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Online Survey
(moderating)
Students create their own online surveys

Free

Microsoft
Excel
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Data collection
(moderating)
A place for students to collect data and create graphs

Free