An interesting list of TED talks organized by disciplines. A great tool for teachers.
This list has a little bit of everything, and will kick-start your effort to put technology into your lesson plans.
There are numerous free backup options available that provide ample space to backup your important files.
I’m more convinced than ever that blogging and doing it with other students from around the world is essential to helping students connect with themselves and a larger world.
You can create excellent slideshows with awesome effects, customized music, titles, tags, text and much more to give life to your old photos once again.
Ever since the iPad came out, Gordon Spicer (a John Abbott College faculty) started to explore its potential in the classroom. Learn how he has been using the iPad as a Pedagogical Tool in the classroom.
In this review, multipurpose programs offering general features for merging PDF files, splitting or re-ordering pages, etc within a single application are discussed under General Tools. Those designed for a more specific task are grouped under Specific Tools.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals is looking to change the conversation about mobile computing and social media in schools.
An interesting list of Google Tools and how they can be used in Education.
If you are trying to collaborate on a confidential document or presentation, the last thing you really want to do is be emailing it back and forth over the Internet without some form of protection. There are numerous technologies that …
Memolane will effortlessly pull all your pictures, videos, blogs, tweets, check-ins and everything else from the various online social networks and turns them into one beautiful and intuitive timeline.
Fun and easy to use, Wikis are also a great way to get students involved in the curriculum. Whether you are interested in encouraging participation, collaboration, or interaction, wikis are a great addition to any classroom. So… how about some …
Lesson plans include prerequisites, rationale, essential concepts, and descriptions of related National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) and are designed for beginner, intermediate, or advanced levels, aimed at middle school and secondary students.