Student Engagement and Assessment | LectureTools
LectureTools turns student laptops into in-class communication tools and increases student participation regardless of class size.
Prof: ‘Engage Students Through Their Laptops’ — Campus Technology
This fall the University of Michigan will roll out an interactive presentation tool called LectureTools, created by one of its own professors, to more than 4,000 students. The software is designed to keep students engaged during presentations using laptops and smart phones, especially in large lectures.
Axis of Awesome – 4 Four Chord Song (with song titles) – YouTube
Australian comedy group ‘Axis Of Awesome’ perform a sketch from the 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Footage courtesy of Network Ten Australia. LANGUAGE
Free Teacher Account on Sky digital learning environment
Powerful teaching tools. Better workflows for you and your students. Practical professional development services. A thriving community of educators sharing best practices and peer-reviewed resources. The industry leading marketplace of digital curriculum.
Infographic of the Day: How Your Favorite Websites Spy on You | Co. Design
Infographic of the Day: How Your Favorite Websites Spy on You
PrivacyChoice – Making privacy easier
Free tools to
make it easier.
Free File Sharing, Share simply – Minus.com
The simplest way to publish and share your files
Teacher Supplies • School Assembly Programs • School FundraisersClassroom Instructional Materials • Professional Development • Resources for PTA’s
Teacher Supplies • School Assembly Programs • School Fundraisers
Classroom Instructional Materials • Professional Development • Resources for PTA’s
Short Funny Story Dot Com
SHORT FUNNY STORY
Read funny short stories free online
» QR-UPC codes and Adobe PDF – Mark DuBois Weblog
It was recently brought to my attention (via a tweet) that Adobe Acrobat can be used to generate QR (Quick Response) codes. So I did a little digging and discovered it was pretty easy to accomplish – who knew?
20 Awesome Things About Bacon
There are infographics about everything…
Girls in a Tech World: Endless Possibilities of Computer Science – YouTube
Girls in a Tech World: Endless Possibilities of Computer Science
HowStuffWorks “Fact or Fiction: Apple”
Apple Inc. is no mere computer company, thank you. It’s a way of life. Think about it — are there people riding around with Microsoft logos on their cars? Do people propose marriage at the grand openings of stores that sell PCs? If you consider yourself a true “Apple person,” you better hope you get all of these questions right.
The Eight Pillars of Innovation | Think Quarterly by Google
The greatest innovations are the ones we take for granted, like light bulbs, refrigeration and penicillin. But in a world where the miraculous very quickly becomes common-place, how can a company, especially one as big as Google, maintain a spirit of innovation year after year?
Students Find Ways to Thwart Facebook Bans – NYTimes.com
When Thom McKay realized that his son had figured out how to get on the social networking site even though his New Jersey middle school had blocked it, he asked the boy in astonishment how he had done it.
“Pretty easy, Dad,” his son retorted. “Don’t be an idiot. We know more about computers than the teachers do.”
The State of Digital Education Infographic – #edtech #edutech #edchat
The Internet has already disrupted many major industries. It’s poised to transform education, too.
Why now? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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