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Phil Taylor

Alan November Comes to Town « Ed Tech Ideas - 2 views

  • mix of emotions, feeling somewhere in-between, “I’m not doing enough” and “There’s so much out there, I want to try everything now!” A suggestion that Mike Pelletier aptly calls, “TBC” (Tech Baby Steps) is always a good idea
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    "As with most workshops, the overwhelming influx of ideas from Alan's workshop left teachers with a
    mix of emotions, feeling somewhere in-between, "I'm not doing enough" and "There's so much out there, I want to try everything now!" A suggestion that Mike Pelletier aptly calls, "TBC" (Tech Baby Steps) is always a good idea. Begin with just one thing that grabbed your attention and go with it - make it work for your classroom, not as an add-on, but as an integration."
John Evans

Ten Simple Strategies for Re-engaging Students | Edutopia - 4 views

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    By Andrew Marcinek
John Evans

eSN Special Report: Empowering the iGeneration | Featured Special Reports | eSchoolNews... - 1 views

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    "Technology can help channel students' drive to make a difference; here's how"
Phil Taylor

Marzano's Instructional Strategies - 9 views

  • Integrating Technology into the Classroom using Instructional Strategies
Phil Taylor

100 Apps for Tech-Savvy Teachers - 10 views

  • Teachers have one of the most difficult jobs out there. As an educator, you have to manage a classroom of boisterous students, organize heaps of data, stay up–to–date with current events and plan lessons day in and day out. In today’s technologically linked world, the ability to use web applications is at your advantage as an educator, and we are here to tell you the best tools to use.
Phil Taylor

Educational Games - 6 views

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    Nobel Educational Site
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