is a production and publication tool available in several
languages offered by Peda.net.(*) Itís an easy-to-use and reliable web
tool created in a close co-operation with teachers and educational
With WebMagazine 2.5, pupils and teachers can easily produce and
publish material whenever desired on the web.
see a sample of webzine in education, click
With WebMagazine 2.5 a pupil or student can edit a
magazine without needing any knowledge of HTML. A school can reserve a
magazine of their own by filling in a form available on the Internet. An
individual network magazine is created for each school. The school can
divide their magazine into sections for different subject areas or for the
use of different grades.
Peda.net offers web-based services to schools and education
institutes in order to help schools to integrate collaboration on Internet
in their daily school work.
With WebMagazine teachers can:
offer a motivating and user-friendly web tool
use network in many ways in teaching
improve students' opportunities for further
develop and improve the ICT-skills and basics
work in co-operative ways in spite of the
place and time
use network in many ways in studying
be more aware of the importance of new
technologies in education
To see a sample of school magazine, click
A school magazine
Benefits for Teachers and Students
There are many different possibilities for the use of
WebMagazine: schools and classes can publish happenings and
activities, announcements, reports, outcomes of different projects, etc.
To see a sample, click
It is also possible to use it as a workbook for a certain subject or
To see a sample of webzine for a Comenius project, click
A sample for a Comenius project
A webzine can be a mean to promote critical reflection or to provide an
opinion and discussion forum on various topics.
To see a sample, click here
It is important to integrate web based tools in teaching
and learning in order to develop and disseminate innovative and meaningful
pedagogical methods. Web-based tools allow teachers to produce several
kinds of teaching material (e.g. courses, modules, portfolios and
The use of WebMagazine can be a good mean to gather
experiences and examples of good practices concerning the integration of
web based learning environments and tools.
Schools can collaborate transnationally with thematic Web
Magazines. They can also start cooperation in writing and publishing
articles in their own magazines in foreign languages on agreed topics,
themes and then visit the magazines by other countries and react. And this
can be a good mean to give students the opportunity to be co-authors,
rather than mere viewers of the world in which they will live.
To see some samples of school webzines, click here
With Web Magazine it is very easy to produce
and publish articles, tasks etc. It is possible to attach links, pictures,
video clips and even voice to the magazine.
All Peda.net tools are offered as ASP (Application Service
Users need only Internet connection and web browser to
access the tools.
Students in Primary and Secondary schools
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