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Khan Academy I Education Apps Review Google Tools Tutorials This page contains tutorials for using Google tools. The tutorials that I've created you are welcome to use in your own blog, website, or professional development session. Before using the tutorials created by others, please contact their creators. Google Docs for Teachers 2012 Google for Teachers Google for Teachers II - Google Earth Across the Curriculum - How to remove the Navigation Bar from Blogger Blogs. Google Voice. VoiceMail Transcription. Number porting in Google Voice. SMS to Email. Conference Calls. Make calls from your computer. Creating a blog using Blogger. Adding Static Pages to Blogger. Posting to your Blogger blog from your phone.

Born to Learn ~ You are Born to Learn Sacred Cow Dung: Web 2.0 « QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "Bad Code is Good Business" | Sacred Cow Dung Home | High-Performance Social Networking - Part II: The Natural Life-Cycle of a Personal Network » March 10, 2006 All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST" The most current listings are now available as a continuously updated Open Directory at “All Things Web 2.0 – The Directory” — cgm (08/16/06) Last night I was talking with Bob Stumpel who runs the Web 2.0 Group on OpenBC. Everything Web 2.0 by Bob Stumpel, et al 360yahoo - Blogging. [ The italicized entries are ones which I added or “fixed” — cgm ] Related Links Posted by cmayaud at 02:06 PM | Permalink| Comments (145) Del.icio.us Tagging | Digg This | Posted to COMtent | DIRECTORIES | LISTS | SOFTWARE IT | Web 2.0 Hi, I just wanted to respond to the category that Vyew.com is posted under. In fact, Vyew is a free, web-based collaboration site that provides a feature-rich meeting room with real-time, whiteboard functionality. Thanks, Fred Posted by: Fred Han at March 16, 2006 06:46 PM

Professional Development in Technology I recently came across a blog by a Head of English in a school. It’s interesting to hear the views of a non-ICT specialist about what works or might work in getting teachers engaged. There are some very useful points made in the post entitled Professional Development in Schools: Listening to staff after PD, their number one complaint is about not getting time to play and make stuff with what they just learned This is absolutely correct in my experience. Make sure the project is based on something that can actually be used in the classroom (not just an excuse to try new tools) following a sound curriculum planning process. Something which ought not need to be said, but it’s all too often the case that people fall into the trap of pursuing gadgets and widgets for their own sake. Are lunch and learns the answer? On the other hand, I can see that lunch and learns are an attractive alternative to twilights and learns. Other articles you may find useful Ed Tech Leadership Issues

WebQuest.Org: Home Feedmyapp e-Prints Soton - Learning and teaching using ICT in secondary sc Woollard, John (2007) Learning and teaching using ICT in secondary schools, Exeter, UK, Learning Matters Ltd, 192pp. (Achieving QTS). Download Full text not available from this repository. Description/Abstract This book supports secondary trainees, whatever their subject specialism, who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of the ways in which ICT can enhance learning and teaching. It recognises the variety of contexts in which ICT is used and demonstrates the many ways in which it can support learning and teaching, both in the classroom and in the virtual worlds of school intranets, websites and learning platforms. The book is motivated by the conviction that ICT should be used as an effective tool for teaching and learning and not just for its own sake.

The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators A comprehensive introduction to using technology in all K-12 classrooms. There are teachers around the world who want to use technology in their classrooms, but they’re just not sure where to start. That’s why eleven prominent bloggers, teachers, and school administrators got together to create this free ebook. Introduction: pages 2-3 An Administrator's View: pages 4-7 Elementary School: pages 8-25 Middle School: pages 26-35 High School: pages 36-42 ESL/ELL: pages 43-46 Teaching Online: pages 47-50 Connect Via Skype: pages 51-61 Elementary School Blogging: pages 62-65 Alternative Ed Tech: pages 66-68 Social Media for Educators: pages 69-71 Contributors Steven Anderson Adam Bellow Richard Byrne George Couros Larry Ferlazzo Lee Kolbert Patrick Larkin Cory Plough Beth Still Kelly Tenkely Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

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