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Paul Beaufait

Tech Niche - 8 views

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    Antoinette Spiegel's "curating niche to catalogue and share neat tech ideas, tips, techniques and favorite tech resources for teachers" (Home, para. 1, 2012.09.08).
Paul Beaufait

Free Technology for Teachers: Best of the Summer - 5 Ways to Use Google Sites - 7 views

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    Richard Byrne explains "five ways that Google Sites are commonly being used in schools" (2012.08.20).
Paul Beaufait

The 100 Best Twitter Tools For Teachers (2012 Edition) | Edudemic - 12 views

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    Jeff Dunn (2012.07.24) posted "a new list for 2012, featuring the very best tools available to Twittering teachers today" (¶1).
Paul Beaufait

How to use TeacherTrainingVideos.com - 4 views

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    Video introducing Russell's website and the various types of videos it provides for learners of English and teachers interested in using technology in ELT and other areas
Paul Beaufait

Google Drive and Docs for Teachers 2012 - 15 views

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    "Introduction to and directions for using Google Drive and Google Documents" (deck, 2012.05.08)
mbarek Akaddar

Free Technology for Teachers: Resources to Help Schools Understand Social Media - 7 views

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    Resources to Help Schools Understand Social Media
Paul Beaufait

EduDemic » The Ultimate Teacher's Guide To Social Media - 15 views

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    This 17 page guide provides "a detailed description of how each tool can be best used by teachers" (Edudemic, 2010.06.14, ¶2).
mbarek Akaddar

GeoGebra - 10 views

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    GeoGebra
    Free mathematics software for learning and teaching
David Wetzel

Why Interactive White Boards are Used Ineffectively in Classrooms - 11 views

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    An interactive White Board (IWB) or SMART Board has the potential to deliver content better than traditional methods of teaching. Why? Because it provides multi-media functional interaction across audio, video, and computer media. It is also ideal for visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners.

    These qualities of an IWB also promote the dynamic delivery of content (if used to its full potential) in an engaging manner, which allows students to interact with science or math content their self. Examples include:

    * data manipulation

    * responding to data

    * even creating data

    So with all these attributes -

    "How are interactive white boards unsuccessfully used in science and math classrooms?" For the most part - not effectively!
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