B4C takes the tools of Web 2.0 beyond the common use of entertainment to important understandings of the world. It is the 21st century way to learn and apply important 21st century skills. Students find their voices as they create projects using multimedia and deliver these products to real-world audiences, realizing that they can make a difference and change the world. They learn what it is to be a contributing citizen, and carry these citizenship skills forward throughout their lives. This is because students have acquired the skills and content in a meaningful, connected way and the understanding is there. They actually KNOW the content on a much higher level of understanding, and they have developed their basic skills by constant application throughout the duration of the unit.
[su_spoiler title="Learn More About Web 2.0" style="default" icon="arrow-circle-1"]Web 2.0 is about revolutionary new ways of creating, collaborating, editing and sharing user-generated content online. These programs, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, are often free and are used to enhance your student's educational learning.
Many Web 2.0 tools can motivate students to exercise the critical thinking skills needed to locate, manage, integrate, evaluate, create and communicate information in our technological society. They can engage students as they reflect, share and demonstrate what they have learned or are learning.