Looking for more professional development tools? Check out YouTube!Sometimes, we don't think of YouTube as the go-to place for good information. However, there are so many great channels available through YouTube that provide awesome information for teachers in virtually any subject area!Are you thinking about "flipping" your classroom? Check out the Flipped Learning channel on YouTube. Aaron Sams ... Read More about Professional Development with YouTube
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Are you frequently frustrated and overwhelmed at the sheer volume of educational technology information available on the web? Wouldn't it be nice to see apps and tools organized into neat categories? Check out the Global Education Database!I first stumbled upon this website through Twitter (another reason to be on Twitter...you find neat resources!) and I have been addicted to it ever since.The ... Read More about Global Education Database: Amazing Resource for Teachers!
With so many schools going "1:1," many teachers are actively searching for new ways to incorporate technology into their classroom...that's probably why you're here!In my constant search for new technology, or obsessive search if you ask my husband :), I stumbled upon Blendspace, a website and Chrome app that helps teachers integrate technology!I briefly mentioned Blendspace in my Chrome Apps for ... Read More about The Amazing Blendspace!
I'm still relatively new to the wonderful world of 140 character comments, commonly known as Twitter. When I signed up for Twitter, I did so with the intention of following #hashtags that would help me in my quest for educational technology information...like many of you, I am FAR too busy with life to be connected socially to Twitter! :)So...how can you use Twitter for professional ... Read More about Professional Development through TWITTER!
Google Drive has extraordinary possibilities in the classroom. "Google Schools" can provide students with gmail accounts, which allow students to access Google Drive. So, what's all the hype about Google Drive in education? Here are a few examples of uses in the classroom:GmailThe benefits of using gmail are absolutely amazing. Communicate with students who are absent. Share documents with ... Read More about The Wonderful World of Google!