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The CITE Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal, established and jointly sponsored by five professional associations (AMTE, ASTE, NCSS-CUFA, CEE, and SITE). This is the only joint venture of this kind in the field of teacher education. Each professional association has sole responsibility for editorial review of articles in its discipline: Technology and Science Education (ASTE) Technology and Mathematics Education (AMTE) Technology and Social Studies Education (NCSS-CUFA) Technology and English Education (CEE) Educational Technology: General (SITE) The CITE Journal has a unique Commentary feature, which permits readers to author short responses to articles published in a commentary strand linked to the article. CITE Journal
Math Forum - Technology in Math Education
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EmailShare 588EmailShare Find out more in the Social Learning Handbook from 2010. Here are over 100 ways that different social technologies (and tools) are being used by learning professionals worldwide – compiled from the comments of those who have contributed to the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009 activity. Blogging (1) “Blogs are great for learning from others, reflection, story sharing, facilitating connections among people, philosophizing, and much more” Janice Petosky, Instructional designer,West Chester, Pennsylvania
You won't find Willyn Webb telling her high school students to put away their cell phones, even though they are technically banned in her Colorado district. She's been using cell phones to augment her lessons at Delta County Opportunity School for years. It all started when she forgot a stopwatch to time a student's speech, and another student whipped out a cell phone and used its built-in timer. Teachers Use Cell Phones in the Classroom - High School Notes
Using Technology in the Elementary Classroom Using Technology in the Elementary Classroom by Marilyn Western Math instruction can be enhanced by the techie teacher Math is such a large part of the school day – and technology can enhance what you’re already doing. If you haven’t already thought of some of these activities, you might want to try one or two on Monday morning. Have you explored the spreadsheet capabilities of your software yet?
Published: September 1, 2011 The rapid and constant pace of change in technology is creating both opportunities and challenges for schools. The opportunities include greater access to rich, multimedia content, the increasing use of online coursetaking to offer classes not otherwise available, the widespread availability of mobile computing devices that can access the Internet, the expanding role of social networking tools for learning and professional development, and the growing interest in the power of digital games for more personalized learning.