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Looking to boost your iPad skills before the school year? These five tips and tricks will have you one step ahead in no time.
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And not just teachers...students, too!
A smorgasboard of sites to help you in the classroom, and out of the classroom
This list of 29 apps and Web 2.0 ideas is preceeded by his webpages that give his "Best of" lists for previous years. Great resource!
Some of these I'm gonna try this year.
Using games to educate? It's not a new concept. Technology just makes it more approachable for the student.
A nice array of tools that help you get your point across with both web sites and documents.
It's more than just PowerPoint, ya know...
Technology is all around us. In the ever-expanding digital age, we are inundated with tools, websites, and devices. While it can seem overwhelming, especially when we are used to a tradition
Great back to school posters. In fact, some of these can make their way into the classrooms/libraries/study halls/etc. later in the year.
GoSoapBox uses a web app to create a classroom back-channel that gives teachers constant feedback.
I'm going to try a few of these this coming school year.
It's time to teach the way WE KNOW how it should be taught: not by a textbook that is assigned, but by our own design.
Getting feedback in a timely manner is sometimes tough for teachers. Here are some solutions from Teacher Tech guru Richard Byrne
From educational to fun, this short list of sites helps us get to the end of the year.