We’ve come up with a few handy ways to use the content discovery site to actually benefit teachers, students, and education administrators.
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Here are five great sites that you can use to spice up your technology tool library.
PicMonkey is a web-based image editor that doesn’t require any kind of registration. That lack of a registration requirement makes it perfect for use with students that don’t have email addresses.
An easy to use web-based website editor, Breezi is a full-fledged HTML5 website editor, which lets you control every little aspect of your website, design it just the way you want it to be, and get beautiful results.
The Wikipedia Education Program, a new initiative, aims to make Wikipedia a “worldwide teaching tool.”
With 845 million active users visiting the site every month, I think it’s safe to say that Facebook is everybody’s favorite time-killer. However, checking in on the site might do more than just fill a few minutes if you’re pressed …
If you’re considering the usage of virtual worlds like Second Life, check out this terrific presentation from David W. Deeds on Slideshare. He looks at best practices, what worked, what didn’t, and who should use virtual worlds.
Could students find themselves breaching copyright rules by sharing their own work online?
How do I use the computer and Internet in my classroom? Engrade, ImTranslator, Brain Pop, Google Earth and Khan Academy — these are some of the tools I use as a teacher.
Facebook has transformed how we keep tabs on friends. A site called Wavii opened to the public earlier this week that wants to do the same thing for topics, with short bursts of news on everything from corporate acquisitions to …
The following are what I believe are the rights of all student to have with regards to using technology as an educational tool, written as a student to their teacher:
In a throwback to its college-only days, Facebook has launched a new type of community page for schools. Within individual schools’ Groups for Schools pages, their students and faculty members can exchange files, create events and message each other.
Here are five future technologies that will completely change the learning space and revolutionize the techniques we use within it.