Whether they empower and inspire, shine a light on social injustices or simply show off some seriously cool innovations, the following 20 videos are bound to make class time just a little more interesting.
Whether you’re looking to build and protect your reputation, or just get recommendations on new movies and restaurants, here’s a quick rundown of the latest social networks making headlines.
Technology makes stealing easy, but it makes sharing just as easy. The Creative Commons will let your students innovate in and out of the classroom without having to worry about copyright violations.
Resources and Ideas for Using Skype in the Classroom to Build Global Connections.
This paper discusses the importance of teacher training in technology. One important question is looked at, specifically; does training in technology lead to increased student achievement?
Social media use has increased significantly since they caught on a few years ago. The following guide provides five of the top uses for social media in educational environments.
A great list of interesting tricks for teachers and students to improve their online searching skills.
According to a recent research, students are using their iPads (both owned and borrowed devices) for course-related activities as well as personal use. Students use the iPad primarily for reading and taking notes, but prefer it for shorter, briefer tasks, …
There are actually thousands of educational apps hiding in the bowels of the app store. But how do you find them? This article will show you the 100 best ones!
Using iPads in the classroom and for educational purposes is important. It’s an exciting time for education technology But what happens when you move beyond talking and actually purchase dozens of iPads for your classroom?
Learn more about Creative Commons licensing and public domain images. Not familiar with the various licenses? Read about them here.
When technology is integrated in the curriculum, there’s a direct correlation in improving students’ achievement.
A selection of Facebook Pages providing resources and dialogue focused on education and instructional technologies.
Using forms in Google docs lets anyone create forms quickly and share those forms via email, embed them into a webpage or blog. If you are a teacher, you can create formulas that allow you to have these forms graded …