Free Technology for Teachers: Explore the American Revolution on an iPad
Explore the American Revolution on an iPad http://t.co/J1ckRnwx
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Check out this great looking, free, online, #edtech conference from Google. Lots of difference sessions and strands: http://t.co/BCDdKKNQ
Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: The Technology Integration Answer (Well Almost…)
The Technology Integration Answer…Well Almost: http://t.co/wm6sLxXW
Ten things about computer use in schools that you don't want to hear (but I'll say them anyway) | A World Bank Blog on ICT use in Education
Ten things about computer use in schools that you don’t want to hear (but I’ll say them anyway) #edtech
Don’t Wait for Developers, Develop Your Own Apps
Don’t Wait for Developers, Develop Your Own Apps http://t.co/k7NEICOm
Cybraryman Internet Catalogue
Yes, I have #UBD links on My Authentic Learning page (& templates): http://t.co/UAgXpqwE #sschat
The Nerdy Teacher: .@RealTimeGatsby – Fun with Great Literature #EngChat
.@RealTimeGatsby – Fun with Great Literature #EngChat http://t.co/fBUkGX7L – A new post on a crazy idea I had.
Project Description – What If? History Project
Introduced modified version of @dlaufenberg ‘s What If project to 11th gr students. Lots of good thinking/wondering https://t.co/NzeA1JOn
Launchpad: Exploring Arthurian Legend | EDSITEment
Go back to the time of King Arthur and sit at the Round Table http://t.co/LMh8waEt #engchat #engteacher #commoncore #k-12media…
Seeking advice: Evernote for Middle School Research – Evernote User Forum
Have you introduced the @Evernote web clipper to your students yet? Here’s a discussion about using it for research. http://t.co/vI2ueriZ
Coding for the rest of us: Why you should learn, and how to get started
Coding for the rest of us: Why you should learn, and how to get started http://t.co/k5hiXyp9 via @zite #edtech
Odysseus Lies Here? – NYTimes.com
Odysseus’s Ithaca is possibly modern-day Paliki.
In Gatsby’s Tracks: Locating The Valley Of Ashes In A 1924 Photo | Literary Kicks – MentorMob
A collection of resources for teaching The Great Gatsby.
Writing Well / Editing v. Proofreading
Many times students are confused between these two tasks ☞ Editing v. Proofreading http://t.co/a5Zv5QTd
John Mullan’s ten of the best: Aprils | Books | The Guardian
Liking this round-up of April in literature, from Chaucer to John Clare to Sylvia Plath http://t.co/xryyAOXt #poetry #April
Wikis in education | Australian Policy Online
Great research about wikis in education: http://t.co/UBQ5ikkU from @ozpolicyonline. #edtech
Shakespeare’s birthday collection – Resources – TES
We’ve hand-picked some great secondary Shakespeare resources in celebration of the bard’s birthday – http://t.co/SDQiQZxG
iPads for Learning – Getting Started
Getting Started With iPads For Learning: http://t.co/vvhUtooP
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