A visualization system, scientifically designed with your info in mind. Find the perfect diagram and download the PowerPoint-ready file for just $0.99.
Teacher’s Assistant Pro for iPad and iPhone – One of the Best Teacher Apps Around!
Teacher’s Assistant Pro for iPad and iPhone –
One of the Best Teacher Apps Around!
Online “Predators” and their Victims: Myths, Realities and Implications for Prevention and Treatment
7 Google Tools You Don’t Know About…Yet! – SimpleK12
We all know Google Search. And Google Documents. And Google Earth. But… there are many uncharted Google tools in Google Labs (many not even released yet!) that I bet you didn’t know exist.
American High School Students Are Reading Books At 5th-Grade-Appropriate Levels: Report| The Committed Sardine
According to this article for Huff Post, U.S. high school students are reading at a level that hovers around 5th grade. One of the many concerns here is a lack of development of “critical reading skills”, the kind that help students master many aspects of the 21st Century Fluencies.
dabble – social postcards
Location based social image sharing
7 Earth Day Sites You Didn’t Know About « Ed Tech Ideas
April 22 is Earth Day and in recognition of this, I’m highlighting several of the greatest Earth Day sites for kids and teachers. According to the United States Census Bureau, Earth’s population recently surpassed 7 billion. Teaching awareness of our environment to children has never been more important. Here are 6 great sites to assist.
Cartagram — Geocoded Image Visualization — by Bloom
This is Cartagr.am, by Bloom. It shows popular public photos from Instagram arranged on a map.
The History Of Learning Tools [Infographic] | Edudemic
You’re going to want to print out this infographic and, at the very least, share it with your fellow teachers and even students. It’s all about the history of education technology and could be used to educate just about anyone on how far we’ve come in a short period of time. We did a more in-depth look at the history of education technology about a year ago but this infographic is a lot more… fun.
Coding Horror: Make Your Email Hacker Proof
Your email is the skeleton key to your online identity. When you lose control of your email to a hacker – not if, but when you lose control of your email to a hacker – the situation is dire. Email is a one stop shop for online identity theft. You should start thinking of security for your email as roughly equivalent to the sort of security you’d want on your bank account. It’s exceedingly close to that in practice.
Bing Keyword Research Tool: Highlights & Limitations – Search Engine Watch (#SEW)
Bing Webmaster Tools is launching an organic keyword research tool with up to six months of historical data available. SEOs will no longer be limited to the last 30 days of data from “other tools”. More importantly, this is ideal for long tail keyword research, since the data is based completely off of organic information and not paid data.
The Role of the Teacher in Blended Learning: Data, Management, and Student Support
In the blended learning approach, a student’s day typically includes a combination of online learning and small group instruction time with teachers.
Study: Tweaking Reading Aloud Could Boost Reading Skills Later – Early Years – Education Week
Teachers and parents could help boost preschoolers’ reading skills later on just by changing how they read books aloud to the kids, a new study suggests.
The 5 Worst Things a Teacher Can Say to Students – Get In The Fracas
It is much easier to destroy than to build. Teachers work with young people, and they are fragile works-in-progress. A rash or unfeeling word can undo so much of the trust and growth that we strive for.
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