SMART Exchange – USA – abc Find and See – Countries of the Olympiad
Find and See sorting activity with an Olympic theme. Students have to sort the names of different Olympic events in Alphabetical Order from A to Z by touching on a given list of words. Includes pdf worksheet.
What About Me?
\Social media users know that discovery is half the fun. With What about Me? you can capture a snapshot of your social media life and create your own colorful image, full of clues and facts about one of the most fascinating subjects in the world — you!
What’s next? – EducationOnAir
“What happens now that Education On Air is over?” you ask. Well, here it is:
Broadcast your life, Google+ Hangouts On Air opens to all
Since the Hangouts feature has been extremely popular among Google+ users, Google is taking the next step by offering the ability to live stream events.
Apple’s iOS 5.1.1 Update Fixes Major Security Flaw
We told you about Apple’s iOS update today and that it fixed some playback issues for AirPlay, but the big news here is that the company has fixed a pretty serious vulnerability that we told you about in March.
A Day in the Life of a Connected Educator – Using social media in 21st century classrooms | Powerful Learning Practice
One of the most common questions we get is, “But where do we find the time to use all this new technology?” To answer that question, we developed this infographic – A Day in the Life of a Connected Educator to show that using social media in your classroom and in your life can be integrated, easy, and fun.
Ahead of The Curve: In Maine, Educators Say, 1:1 Laptops Must Come With Training in Digital Ethics | Common Sense Media
The word “vision” comes up a lot when people talk about Jeff Mao. The Learning Technology Policy Director for Maine’s Department of Education, Mao oversees the state’s remarkable 1:1 program.
Groups advocate for mobile learning, 21st century education | eSchool News
Two working papers from educational technology stakeholder groups advocate for mobile learning and its ability to expand educational opportunities to students of all circumstances.
33 Geeky Insults You Can Use Almost Anywhere | GeekDad | Wired.com
In general, geeks prefer to use brains rather than brawn to get themselves out of a situation. As a result, their insults are often witty, literary and highly intelligent. But not always.
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