These are Doug Johnson’s nominees for the most stupid things a teacher can do related to technology.
Here are seven technology practices that just make me marvel and feel proud to be a teacher.
Enterprising educators are using Twitter in creative ways, to engage students inside and outside of class, to stay on top of education news, and keep in touch with peers and students.
DropboxPortableAHK application makes your Dropbox fully portable. This means that you don’t have to save your Dropbox folder on every computer which you use and also make Dropbox portable.
With so many digital distractions, it’s a wonder we can get anything done. Fortunately, there are a number of writing applications that attempt to block out the distractions so we can finally focus.
This report analyzes key drivers that will reshape the landscape of work and identifies key work skills needed in the next 10 years. It does not consider what will be the jobs of the future. Rather than focusing on future …
Mind Mapping Applications working as powerful in this era for taking notes, capturing ideas, represent words, exploring concepts or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure …
An interesting list of activities on how to use Google+ in Education
Here are some great resources compiled by Larry Ferlazzo for learning what Google+ Is All About.
Some interesting ideas on how to use Angry Birds in your Physics classes.
50 web tools to help teachers with lesson planning, research and productivity!
Knovio is a free tool for turning PowerPoint slides into rich video presentations right from your web browser. No fancy hardware or video software needed – just a webcam and microphone.
It may be early to see Kinect in many classrooms, but it’s becoming more evident that Kinect is being supported as an effective learning tool. Below are five major contributions the Kinect will offer education.