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The internet offers fantastic opportunities to engage students in learning, yet some teachers hesitate to implement new technology into their classroom. Integration of Web 2.0 tools, such as wikis, discussion boards, and flipped instruction, requires training and preparation for educators. Despite the commonly-held notion that using technology helps prepare students for life after graduation, many school districts do not equip teachers with the necessary tools to succeed. Some teachers lack confidence integrating different tools into their lessons. In order to increase teachers’ Web 2.0 skills, school districts must offer explicit training that models creative and effective uses for these tools in the classroom.
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