Editor’s note: This is a cross post from College Online where “The Innovative Educator” is named in the top ten ed tech blogs list.
President Obama (official portrait) When Utako Sakai was changing the background music in her beauty parlor recently, she did not opt for the classical piano pieces she usually chose. Instead, she picked her favorite CD: “President Obama’s Inaugural Address,” released by Asahi Press, a Japanese publisher of language books.
Dubai: A majority of educators in the Middle East and Africa believe that technology will play a large role in improving how students learn in the future.
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican will unveil the latest installment in its social media transformation next week – a Facebook page dedicated to the upcoming beatification of Pope John Paul II, officials said. The site, which will link to video highlights of John Paul's 27-year papacy, is designed to promote the May 1 beatification. But it may well continue beyond given the global and enduring interest in the late pontiff, Vatican officials told The Associated Press.
It’s an expectation that every class at my school will have a blog by the end of this year. We thought it best to invite people to start when they are ready, offering individual support as required. We’re only three weeks into our school year and it’s exciting to note how many teachers already have blogs up and running, even if some are still at the stage of learning how to post.
Technology Tip Number 72 A Little More About Toolbars?
As a young teacher, I was forced to use basal readers with my 4th graders, and have at least three reading groups—unbelievably referred to in faculty meetings as the three reading levels—Bluebirds, Robins, and Crows.
IT Security Trends | News 2011 Security Trends: Bad Times with Refined Phishing and Mobile Apps By Dian Schaffhauser 12/01/10