I’m happy to see that Paul Hamilton is blogging again. Paul’s posts on Free Resources from the Net always have something useful for every classroom. Paul’s most recent post highlighted Terry Freedman’s free ebook The Amazing Web 2.o Projects Book.
Terry Freedman served as the editor of the book which is comprised of the contributions of 94 people. I took a look at the book last night and was impressed by what I found in the 121 pages of The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book. Within the book readers will find 87 web-based projects. Each project in the book has defined objectives, defined grade level or age range, links to additional information (including how-to’s) about the project, and tips for teachers planning to use the project.