Weekly iPad Resources and Suggestions from EdTechTeacher (1/30)

EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland maintain a Diigo Group full of iPad resources. The list below represents their finds for the week of January 30, 2012. This week’s list features classroom examples, blog entries, and articles related to successful iPad integration into the curriculum. The Nearpod Mobile Classroom This is an interesting program that […]

Weekly iPad Resources and Suggestions from EdTechTeacher (1/23)

EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland maintain a Diigo Group full of iPad resources. The list below represents their finds for the week of January 23, 2012. This week’s list features classroom examples, blog entries, and articles related to successful iPad integration into the curriculum. Transforming Classroom Practice with iPad Content Integration – YouTube This […]

Weekly iPad Resources and Suggestions from EdTechTeacher (1/9/2012)

EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland maintain a Diigo Group full of iPad resources. The list below represents their finds for the week of January 9, 2012. Sliderocket The lite, free, version of this web service lets you create presentations and import them from either PowerPoint or Google Docs. Tags: presentation, slideshow, web2.0, tools, ipad, […]

Writings for the New Year

To kick off 2012, here are a few new articles from us at EdTechTeacher. On EdTechResearcher, Justin Reich published Is the inequality inside or outside of your classroom? As he prepares for a January 17th talk at the Berkman Center, he writes: Teachers who had concerns about digital divides and did not use technology in […]

Global Education Conference 2011

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This week, I presented Gaining Global Perspective in an Elementary Classroom at the Global Education Conference. An interdisciplinary project on which I collaborated while working as the Director of Academic Technology at St. Michael’s Country Day School served as a great case study for how to incorporate global studies, themes, and cultures into an elementary curriculum. […]

The Mobilization of Research

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Last spring, Lory Hough from Harvard’s Ed Magazine and I swapped emails for several weeks regarding the use of Wikipedia in the classroom. Her final product, Truce Be Told, appeared last month. Throughout the process, I started thinking about how I have not only changed the way that I approach finding information for research, but also […]