Welcome to the School 2.0 Wiki.

There is a growing desire to rethink education and learning, and the phrase "School 2.0" is being used to think about what schools will look like in the future. There seem to be three factors driving this discussion:

  1. New collaborative computer technologies, in particular the read/write web, distance learning programs, free and open source software, and videoconferencing.
  2. The move from an industrial to information economy, and a change in skills that are valuable to employers.
  3. A culture that is rapidly becoming more transparent and collaborative because of the new technologies, allowing a more open discussion about many aspects of our society, including (and especially) education.

Please join our discussion.

Classroom 2.0 Site

Interested in the practical application of Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in the classroom? Check out the Classroom 2.0 wiki and the Classroom 2.0 social network.


Help contribute to the vision of how education is transforming: the School 2.0 Manifesto.


external image timemagazine.jpg TIME magazine cover story coming out this next week on How to Bring Our Schools Out of the 20th Century.


You can find a recent series of audio interviews I've been conducting on "School 2.0" at EdTechLive.com, and blog posts about the interview at SteveHargadon.com. - SteveHargadon SteveHargadon


Why not establish a worldclassroom?
Different Schools in different countries could learn together. With Videos the can learn other languages.
Using Internet TV for learning languages and for education http://www.mogulus.com
Also useful http://www.dotsub.com


Please participate actively in this wiki, and check out the email discussion group here. Feedback or ideas can also be sent to ideas@school20.net.