Ed Tech Tonics for Teachers
Like the "Tech Tonics" category higher in my organizational hierarchy, the "Tech Tonics for Teachers" category here includes sites that provide lists of tech tools or other resources. It also includes those sites that provide unique, problem-solving resources for teachers not easily categorized elsewhere. Prof. E. Young Mar 21
As not every teacher understands how to implement the Creative Commons into their curriculum, I thought I'd take a minute to explain how I would use it if I was in their shoes. Step 1: Understand the rules of the Creative Commons. These two videos give a pretty good description of what it is and why creative people like it. The presentation that follows, created by Jessica Coates , also gives an excellent description of how to use Creative Commons in the classroom. Because she has licensed the presentation with a CC-Attribution license , I am able to include her presentation in this blog post (or distribute it anywhere else on the Internet) - without worrying about Fair Use or other copyright restrictions - given that I attribute her as the author of the presentation. These were the terms that she decided upon when she created her license .
Yahoo Education has a plethora of great reference materials available for pretty much anything you want to look up. Here are just a few of the great resources that Yahoo Education has to offer. Yahoo Education Overview
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