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Technology Integration Research Review

Technology Integration Research Review | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
Edutopia’s tech integration research review explores some of the vast body of research out there and helps you navigate useful results.
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4 Questions To Ask Before Implementing Education Technology - Edudemic

4 Questions To Ask Before Implementing Education Technology - Edudemic | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
As the use of technology continues to flourish and grow in schools everywhere, it’s time for schools and districts to be more intentional about crafting a comprehensive K-12 (or Y5-12) vision for education technology.
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3 Dangerous 1:1 Myths

3 Dangerous 1:1 Myths | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
1.  Digital Natives=Digital Students: “They have grown up with technology and it’s like second nature to them.”    It is true that students use a lot of technology. Many teachers assume that this m...
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Google+ Communities: The Great, the bad, and why you need to Join

Google+ Communities: The Great, the bad, and why you need to Join | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
In case you missed it, Google+ Communities launched about 48 hours ago.
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5 Unexpected Results of Going 1:1

5 Unexpected Results of Going 1:1 | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
Identity Crisis- You will become a student too. The moment you have devices in your classroom, you are no longer THE resource for answers in the classroom. Students will be finding sources with muc...
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What do you mean we’re free to learn about something solely because we find it interesting? [VIDEO] | Dangerously Irrelevant

What do you mean we’re free to learn about something solely because we find it interesting? [VIDEO] | Dangerously Irrelevant | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
This September, TEDx was being introduced at a local middle school.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Five Essential Google Drive Skills For Teachers

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Education Is My Life | Instructional Technology Professional Development by Design

Education Is My Life | Instructional Technology Professional Development by Design | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
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Useful, especially as we work toward technology integration in our district.

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Why Every High School Student Should Have a Twitter Account

Why Every High School Student Should Have a Twitter Account | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
I was totally surprised of all the benefits that Twitter provides to high school and college youth. Every student should open a Twitter account.
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5 Unexpected Results of Going 1:1

5 Unexpected Results of Going 1:1 | Technology in Education - My View | Scoop.it
Identity Crisis- You will become a student too. The moment you have devices in your classroom, you are no longer THE resource for answers in the classroom. Students will be finding sources with muc...
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Sandy Schmidt's curator insight, December 13, 2012 11:40 AM

This is a great article that I can relate to.  I am the only one in my planning group for my grade and subject that has 1:1, making planning very difficult.  When 1:1 you need to look at planning in a completely different way.  Thanks.

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Google Docs in the Classroom

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Fostering student collaboration is difficult, but using Google Docs can make it easier. Learn how to use Google Docs to improve student collaboration. Covers CCSS for ELA.
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