EdTech Bits & Pieces

Nov 03

Google’s Free Lesson Plans - A Look At Google’s Massive Library Of Free Lesson Plans

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Google’s Free Lesson Plans - Showcasing a massive online library of free lesson plans in all subjects for classroom teachers of all levels from the internet giant, Google.

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Oct 23

Disruptions: Minecraft, an Obsession and an Educational Tool

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Teachers and parents are using Minecraft, a video game popular with children, to help teach science, history, languages and ethics.

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Seattle gamer introduces social, competitive reading for kids

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A Seattle man thinks he’s found a more engaging way for dyslexic kids to read through a new app that combines eBooks with video games.

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Aug 17

The Impact Of Technology On Curiosity

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Looking at the impact Of technology on curiosity is also a look at the impact of technology on learning

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SAMR Ladder- A Wonderful Graphic for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Jul 13

Wonderful Graphic Featuring 10 Simple Ways to Create your PLN ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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Jul 07

Technology is a Tool

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By Bill Ferriter The Tempered Radical blog.williamferriter.com @plugusin

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Jul 02

Allan’s Blog

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Apr 07

How to Get Hesitant Teachers to Use Technology

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As a tech advocate, I often find myself coaxing established educators to incorporate new tools & technologies. Here are some ways I’ve found to be successful.

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Mar 07

Rearranging The Deckchairs

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Here’s a thought for today. What if the so-called “world class” education systems that have been so painstakingly under construction in countries like the UK and the USA turn out to be very similar…

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