For many, the school year is just around the corner. Have yout thought about how you plan on implementing technology into your clasroom yet? Jaime Vanderfrift has a nice blog post about how to do just that.
Interested in using Skype in the classroom? Here is a great guide for teachers on using Skype. Skype allows us to flatten the globe and bring opportunities to our students that they did not have before.
Great article about the uses of Evernote in education, including the reasons to use Evernote, and the ways teachers and students use Evernote. Video tutorials are also included in this awesome resource!
@rmbyrne shares National Geographic's Map Maker Interactive as a map creation tool for students (and teachers). There is also a link in the first paragraph to 21 map creation tools that you may also wish to check out.
We all know that Google is one of the first sources students turn to when they are wanting information. How many students know how to do a Google search properly? Roughly 25%. This inforgraphic could be used to show students how to get better search results via Google.
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