At EdTechTeacher, we not only teach Web 2.0, but are totally entrenched in it. In addition to writing for our blog and partner sites - Best of History Web Sites, The Center for Teaching History with Technology, and Teaching English with Technology - we actively use Twitter, Facebook, Ning, Vimeo, YouTube, and Diigo as well as participate in a variety of professional social networks, such as The National Council for the Social Studies Community Network, and wikis.
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FREE, Live Webinar Series
We host free, live webinars each month during the school year aimed at helping educators integrate technology effectively in the classroom. This is a great opportunity to learn something new as well as to network with other teachers from across the country and around the world. We hope that you will join us online for our next event.
We have a library of over 100 video tutorials on a variety of topics - from Web 2.0 tools to iPad apps.
EdTechTeacher Summer Workshops Introduction
Thinking about joining us in Atlanta, Chicago, or Boston? This video will let you hear first-hand from some of our participants.
iPad Apps, Strategies, and Techniques
Many of these videos accompany the apps mentioned on our iPad As.. page.
Technology in Social Studies Classrooms
McGraw Hill interviewed many of our summer workshop participants and created a series of videos highlighting content that we developed for their Networks social studies program.