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Top EdTech Blogs and Websites

10 Blogs & Websites for EdTech

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Home

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Connecting teaching with technology.

Shake Up Learning Home Page

Home or landing page for www.shakeuplearning.com, including biography of Kasey Bell.

Apple Didn't Announce Any Of These Ideas For Your Classroom

Apple Didn't Announce Any Of These Ideas For Your Classroom by TeachThought Staff Apple's annual September unveil event has come and gone, and left us with two new pieces of hardware-the Apple Watch, and a 5.5″...

Ed Tech Nut

Site filled with Google Apps for Education and Ed Tech resources.

Home Page

Educational technology resources

Google Connected Classrooms - Technology in the Classroom - SCSD

Online technology training for teachers from the District Instructional Technologist. Please feel free to browse this site for ideas on how to add technology to your classroom.

i Teach With Technology

Here are some of my favorite apps to use with Elementary students in the classroom. These are apps that promote creativity and critical thinking for the Project Based Learning classroom. I have also linked student examples of how these apps have been used by educators and students.

Ruben R. Puentedura's Weblog

The combination of the Vernier Video Physics and the Vernier Graphical Analysis apps works well to digitize and analyze simple video x,y coordinate data on the iPad. However, it is sometimes desirable to digitize more complex data (e.g., changes in the area of an object over time), and other apps work better in this regard.

The Daring Librarian

Gwyneth A. Jones, aka The Daring Librarian, is a blogger, a Tweeter, an international Ed Tech speaker, trope and meme archivist, creator of content, a citizen of advocacy, and a resident of social media. Gwyneth is a Google Certified Teacher, and the author of the award winning Daring Librarian blog.

iTeachTeachersTech

My name is Lauren Boucher (yes, like Bobby Boucher :)), and I am an Instructional Technology Specialist in Eastern North Carolina. I work with students and teachers who are making the move to 1:1 classrooms using iPads and Chromebooks.

MsEdTechie

A website dedicated to sharing ways to use educational technology to enhance learning for all students.

Apple Didn't Announce Any Of These Ideas For Your Classroom

Apple Didn't Announce Any Of These Ideas For Your Classroom by TeachThought Staff Apple's annual September unveil event has come and gone, and left us with two new pieces of hardware-the Apple Watch, and a 5.5″...

Scott McLeod talks with Vicki Davis about teacher's rights and legal issues to consider when using social media. In this episode of Every Classroom Matters, Scott reminds us educators should be aware that teachers are representatives of their employers and legally do not have a right to privacy even in their lives outside of school.

Free Technology for Teachers

Last night I published a post about ChromeVis. ChromeVis is a Chrome extension that helps users strip sidebar content from websites and change fonts to make the content easier to read. Today, I was reminded of a handful of other tools that perform similar functions.

High Techpectations

4III. Working Open in ActionSo what do we actually mean when we say 'working open', and why is it something we should care about? In this section, we move to concretize the notion of working open by addressing a number of core questions: (1) What are the core practicesassociated with working open?

Technology Tailgate

Every Tuesday we are hosting a linky for you to link up with your best technology post. Please link directly to the techie blog post you are featuring. We are looking forward to seeing your great ideas!

Catlin Tucker, Honors English Teacher

Blended Learning and Technology in the Classroom

EdSurge : The Best in Education Technology

EdSurge is an independent information resource and community for everyone involved in education technology.