Tech stuff for teachers
The role of technology in gifted and talented education - live chat | Teacher Network | Guardian ProfessionalHow can teachers use technology to engage gifted students? Join our live chat to discuss the role of digital in gifted and talented learning. Photograph: Alamy
“Can I integrate technology with only one technology device?”
This is a post I've been wanting to do for some quite some time but had to do some research to get the information I needed. A huge factor for schools in dealing w/ students and working online is CIPA/COPPA compliance. This is to ensure student safety as well as monitor/filter their online behavior.
Thinglink is a tool for creating interactive images.
We’ve had a big week at EdTechTeacher. iPad and web tools workshops in Florida, presentation at NYSCATE, and a big announcement coming next week. This set of resources is being posted via iPhone through the WordPress app. Enjoy!
As I watch Twitter at this time of year I see a mix of sadness, relief, and excitement that the school year is ending for many teachers. The summer is a great time to tackle some of that personal learning that got pushed to the back burner during the school year.
Hello! Welcome to PHS Library 2.0 Tools2Create4school H.I. edition In this tutorial you will learn how to use the tools of the web 2.0 while investigating teen health issues.
By Sarah Jane Keller Steve Fyffe Paul Hegarty teaches students how to program applications for iPads and iPhones in a free online course that's the most popular download on Stanford's iTunes U site, with more than 10 million views.
In the tablet world right now, there’s the iPad and then there’s everyone else. Sorry, Xoom, despite your hype, you just don’t cut it yet . But a new challenger is just about to take the stage and it comes from a somewhat unlikely player: RIM. People have been talking about the BlackBerry PlayBook for months now following its initial unveiling last September and a buzz-worthy showcase at CES back in January.