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Teaching with technology doesn't have to be scary. It can be quite hard so here's a handy survival guide that should save you at least one headache!
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A collection of essential teaching tools, such as websites and mobile apps, that are teacher-approved and proven in classrooms.
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How do you make the leap from admittedly passive Twitter newbie to 'active' participant? This post deals with some things to keep in mind as you work to get better at Twitter and grow your PLN.
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Rupert Murdoch’s new idea for how to educate America.
When looking at the current state of edtech, I'm moved to think it should be more like the TI-83 calculator and less like the Apple iPad.
An education professor argues that tablets level the playing field for underprivileged students.