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iLearn Technology @ktenkely's creative edublog about integrating technology into the ... - 79 views

    Great Classroom Websites
    Full of great info.inspiring ideas creative & cultural edtech blog
Carol J

Edtech PK-12 | - 0 views

    Listing of various educational technology tools for K-12 classrooms.
Cara Whitehead

Busting the Myths of Digital Learning - 0 views

    Survey from JogNog reveals schools unprepared to support digital learning - EdTech Times
Vernon Fowler

5 Tasks to Teach Yourself to Teach with Technology - 1 views

5 Tasks to Teach Yourself to Teach with Technology #ELT #tesol #edtech #esl #elearning #efl #tefl

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Jeff Johnson

Tips for Getting Started with Educational Wikis - 2 views

    "Using a wiki in an organizational context is radically different from Wikipedia," according to  wiki consultant Stewart Mader. In this second portion of a two-part interview, Mader discusses choosing between commercial and open source wiki products, getting started with a wiki--and why Wikipedia is the single biggest stumbling block to wikis in higher education.
GoEd Online

13 Websites That Offer Free eBooks for Teachers - 0 views

    Are you looking for a way to save you and your students some money? If you're not against going digital, try perusing these 13 websites for FREE electronic versions of the books you teach in class. On average, using one free eBook instead of a printed copy can save your class around $450!
Javier E

Common Sense Media Launches Learning Ratings for Apps and Games - EdTech Researcher - E... - 0 views

  • One of the key problems with educational media is that there are no objective, neutral arbiters who are evaluating apps, games, and Web sites to determine whether or not these media offer meaningful learning experiences. As a result, developers have an incentive to focus on making their products "appear" educational rather than focusing on actually making them meaningful learning experiences.
  • Common Sense Media announced the beta version of their Learning with Technology ratings. The first phase this effort is an attempt to rate a wide variety of apps, Web sites, and software programs with a Learning Rating, which will go alongside Common Sense Media's other ratings for age-appropriateness, quality, and safety. So far, they have rated 150 products, with a goal to complete 800 ratings by the end of 2012.
  • For now, the ratings, on a scale from 0-3, are publicly viewable on a Website and the products are searchable by type, title, age and learning rating. So if a parent is thinking about making some app purchases for a child's birthday, he or she could go to the Common Sense Media site for some suggestions before going to a vendor site to purchase the product.
EdTechReview Community

Schoolfy - An Educational Platform for Teachers - 0 views

    Schoolfy is a free educational platform that welcomes teachers across the world into its community. The great educational platform saves their precious time and efforts.
EdTechReview Community

Best Tools Connecting Teachers, Students and Parents - EdTechReview (ETR) - 0 views

    Technology helps busy parents to interact with teachers from home as well as their work place. Know about the best online tools that connect teachers, students and parents.
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