Over this weekend, I spent some time sifting through the piles of posts in this blog looking for materials and posts to help new teachers better integrate technology in education. The result is a list featuring some interesting resources that I highly recommend for any teacher planning to get their feet wet in the Ed Tech world.
Juan Jesús Baño Egea's insight:
Recursos que incluyen rúbricas, consejos, herramientas y elementos visuales, todos orientados hacia el empoderamiento del docente, con un conjunto de habilidades que le permiten hacer un mejor uso de la tecnología en la enseñanza.
The American Association of School Librarian (AASL) has recently published its 2014 report of the best websites for teaching and learning. As you probably know, every year AASL releases a list of the best educational websites and applications that foster teaching and learning.
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