STEM Education Technology Trends: Evolving ClassroomsThe NetworkIt's happening in the name of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) education, and it's happening just in the nick of time.
BOOK (2012) Library Success with Web 2.0 Services: An Introduction Into the Use of Web Tools as Blogs, Wikis, Podcast - a New Generation of Information Services. Title: Library Success with Web 2.0 Services: An ...
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A paperless classroom can turn a student into a cloud computing power user, tweeting his homework, taking tests on an iPad, and replacing old-school spiral notebooks with apps. Drew Lord, a sophomore at St.
As educators push for more and better access to open educational resources (OER), or content that is available free of charge online, new efforts are helping classroom teachers find and use these resources as quickly and efficiently as possible.
RT @suzzinha: Educational Technology Guy: "Integrating Google Tools 4 TeachersIntegrating Google Tools 4 Teachers has tips, resources, and ideas for using Google tools such as Docs, Presentations, Sites, Maps and more in the classroom, including a section on using Google tools to help with STEM education. It even has a list of pro's and con's for Google Apps for Education and regular Google tools. The site is run by Colette Cassinelli, a Google Certified Teacher."
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The need for schools to keep up to date with the latest in ICT equipment and VLE could become the Trojan horse for schools with limited budgets (ScotEduBlogs: Latest Educational Technology In Schools Could Be A Trojan Horse http://t.co/ztvg1TZu...)...
Educational Technology and the Reluctant Teacher. An inside look at what really happens with technology in the classroom. What works & what doesn't....useful educational technology tools ANYONE can use!
The concept of 21st Learning has been around since the 1990s. There was a recognition that with the pace of technological change, the jobs of the 20th Century would be unrecognisable to those living in the 21st Century.
What is Web 2.0 ? Apr 032012. There has been a lot of discussion about Web 2.0 for a while now, and Web 3.0 is 'supposedly' around the corner. But before we leap onto that particular bandwagon,what exactly is Web 2.0?
Stuart Dredge: What's new on the app stores on Thursday 8 March 2012 (GuardianTech: Apps Rush: iPhoto, Belkin Mobile TV Player, miCoach Tennis, myTrains, Coco Loco and more | http://t.co/yWSCdiZb #technology...)...
This is Apple's most coherent effort yet to bind its family of screens closer together and to bring its revolution to the TV set (Apple's iPad 3 launch targets the television revolution http://t.co/yblpbq7X via @guardian...)...
Curating the World of Educational AppsCampus TechnologyWith a bank of 40000 educational apps that have been cataloged, reviewed, and approved, a Tennessee initiative hopes to make it easier for educators to use apps in the classroom and beyond.
“Curation” may be one of the big buzzwords of 2011. As the amount of information accumulates thanks to the Web, it becomes increasingly important that we use tools to help us find information that’s relevant and useful.
"The time is finally here for my annual list of favorite sites of the year. This year, I decided to up my post to the top 100 instead of 25 due to the number of sites that I reviewed and due to the popularity of the post. I tried to cover a wide range of sites, from flash card creators to digital storytelling and of course, social networks, which really shined in 2011. I hope everybody enjoys the read and has as much fun reading it as I did creating it!" -by David Kapuler
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