Microsoft has some great Teacher Guides available for free. The guides have teaching tips and step-by-step instructions on a variety of topics and tools and technologies.
From super-effective search tricks to Google tools specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save you some precious time.
A great list of resources for educators. A must see list of Google resources!
You’ve been preparing for teaching for years, and now you finally get your chance to have a class of your own. With so much to learn as you get started, it can be overwhelming keeping it all straight. The following
There’s a long list of common words that are often mispronounced (“Arctic” not “Artic”; “athlete” not “athelete”; “cornet” not “coronet”). While every self respecting online dictionary includes audio pronunciation these days, here are eight more that are dedicated to teaching
Engage your students, energize a lesson plan, and save time using free tools from Microsoft you can download today. Some of these include Windows Live Movie Maker, WorldWide Telescope, Microsoft Photosynth, Bing Maps, Digital Photostory, Songsmith, Office Live Workspaces, Windows
The folks at Wesleyan University have a blog up that is a stellar example of how to evangelize for an LMS platform to faculty when you’re facing the front end of a migration.For starters, their FAQ is rich with information,