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So many templates, so little time... Thank you, Center School District!
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A good resource on how to correctly do research online.
Memonic takes Evernote up a notch. BLAM!
Links to sources of information for teachers, students, and more.
Nice collection, and some uses for each.
Three SMARTBoard activities you can download and use right away.
A collection of online tools that can make life easier.
You know the old stories of "digging a hole all the way to China." Here, you can see exactly WHERE you'd end up, if you dug straight through the Earth from your home town. For NOLA people, here's a hint: it isn't China, and we'd get very wet.
Ever wondered how people show you so clearly what is happening on their computer, like in the Photoshop Video Tutorials we shared with you? Thanks to screencasting software, anyone can do it.
A nice job by Vicki Windman of gathering a collection of apps for assessments.
A three-lesson course from HP's Teacher Experience Exchange that explains what Web 2.0 is all about. Nice, HP!
A comprehensive list of the best web 2.0 tools and links, sorted via category, for teaching and learning with technology.
The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects.
A tremendous resource for SMARTBoard activities, templates and more.
Nice collection of places to download and use SMARTBoard activities. Some links are dead, though.
An amazing interactive website that goes through the various types of cells. It's broken down into Animal, Plant, and Bacteria.
Free online courses from the world's leading universities. Download 400 free courses from Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard & Berkeley to your computer or mp3 player.
This is even broken up into various grade levels. If only our firewall would let us read blogs...
The definitive online periodic table reference site including technical data, and photographs and descriptions of thousands of samples of the chemical elements.
Even though IWBs are suggested, this would also work with Tablet PCs. Thank you, National Geographic!
This is intriguing.
Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational games and exercises via smartphones and tablets.
A list of articles (and other lists) that help to explain the explosion in mobile learning. Check out the infographic on cell phone usage.
An amazing list of weblogs that lend themselves to teachers WANTING to get involved in technology in the classroom.
Great info for the newbees among us.