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Does More Tech in the Classroom Help Kids Learn? - Mashable

Does More Tech in the Classroom Help Kids Learn? - Mashable | Curriculum and Technology Integration | Scoop.it

Does More Tech in the Classroom Help Kids Learn? As more educational programs turn digital, teachers are finding that blending technology into the learning experience offers kids a crucial leg up in the classroom.  Mashable.


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50+Ways to Tell a Story - Tools A to Z

50+Ways to Tell a Story - Tools A to Z | Curriculum and Technology Integration | Scoop.it

These are all the tools that are currently listed as activ/


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5 Fun Ways to Use Facebook in Your Lesson Plans and Teaching | Emerging Education Technology

5 Fun Ways to Use Facebook in Your Lesson Plans and Teaching | Emerging Education Technology | Curriculum and Technology Integration | Scoop.it
The most popular site on the Internet can be leveraged in the classroom in engaging and useful ways.

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Infographic: Pros and Cons of Social Media in Education

Infographic: Pros and Cons of Social Media in Education | Curriculum and Technology Integration | Scoop.it

This infographic lists the pros and cons of using social media in education.


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Topic Trends on #edchat and What They Say about Education Today

Topic Trends on #edchat and What They Say about Education Today | Curriculum and Technology Integration | Scoop.it

The Class Struggle

 

If you are a 21st century educator and you are not an#edchat follower, you should really stay in more. Three years ago when the Twitter discussion group began, founders Tom Whitby, Steven Anderson, and Shell Terrell thought it would just be a casual chatroom for educators. It has since become the go-to barometer for education issues on the net.


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