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iPad As…. Different Apps for Different Activities – All in a Chart

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How to Create Your Own Online Course: 100 Tools, Guides, and Resources

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Very Pinteresting!: The hot social network is taking educators by storm — The Digital Shift

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Writing with Google Docs: Foster Collaboration & Creation (While Addressing Common Core)

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At ISTE, I had the pleasure of presenting in the Google theatre on Writing with Google Docs. It was a short presentation aimed at demonstrating how educators can use Google Docs to foster writing in its various stages.

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Top 50 Free Education Apps | iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch App Store App Reviews

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Below is the top 50 free applications in the Education category(data is pulled from iTunes). We also have a list of the best paid education iPhone apps.

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Teaching With Technology – Ice-Breaker Ideas

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Whether you are in a traditional classroom setting, or an online learning community, ice-breakers play a vital role in developing a sense of community in a learning environment.

 

Here’s a wiki with many resources on ice-breaking and online community development.

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6 Tips for the Successful Online Teacher — THE Journal

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After two decades in online teaching in both the corporate world and higher education, I regret to report that the grass is not necessarily greener on the other side of the network connection.

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Teaching to the Common Core State Standards Using Blended Instruction

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Video Teach technology and media literacy while providing students more opportunities to develop their reading, writing, communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills. More effectively prepare your students for life beyond high school!
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