10 Creative Ways To Use Google Tools To Maximize Learning – from Beth & Tracy on Edudemic

The following post was co-authored by EdTechTeacher’s Beth Holland & Tracy Sockalosky and first appeared on Edudemic. When we think about the tools and resources that benefit all learners, certain key attributes come to mind: multiple modalities, scaffolding, communication, collaboration, and support. While there are hundreds of tools and devices available, we have found 10 […]

Weekly Resources: Google Tools, Digital Storytelling, & New Posts

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This past week, we have seen an influx of resources for our July 25-26 All Things Google workshop thanks to news from the Google I/O Keynote. We also uncovered new tools and resources for our May 21st Digital Storytelling webinar and July 8-10 Digital Storytelling & Multimedia Student Projects workshop. All Things Google Teacher’s Guide to Adding Images in Google […]

Weekly Resources to Wrap Up March

This week, our top resource is actually our own! Greg Kulowiec and Beth Holland have re-designed and updated the iPad As.. page. They have a few more updates in the works, including recommendations for Math, Science, Art, and Elementary classes. iPad Resources Create an All-iPad Class Radio Show with AudioBoo, Bossjock, GoodReader, & SoundCloud Great […]

Teaching Teachers to Tweet – from Justin


In our summer workshops, when we mention Twitter, we typically get one of two reactions: I have no idea how to Tweet! Twitter is the best thing ever! While there is occasionally some trepidation about jumping into social media, a wealth of resources exists in the “Twitterverse.” In his latest posts on EdTechResearcher, EdTechTeacher Founder, […]

The State of Wiki Usage in U.S. K-12 Schools – from Justin Reich


For Immediate Release from EdTechTeacher Co-Director, Justin Reich (also at http://www.edtechresearcher.com/2012/02/the-state-of-wiki-usage-in-u-s-k-12-schools/) I’m very pleased to announce that the first report from my research project, the Distributed Collaborative Learning Communities project, is published in this month’s issue of Educational Researcher, the flagship journal of the American Educational Research Association. The article can be found through this direct link or at this […]

Lights, Camera… Engagement! EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec featured in Edutopia

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At the annual National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) conference this fall, Greg Kulowiec presented with three colleagues on the topic of Video in the Classroom. Edutopia regularly features great examples of Project-Based Learning and Comprehensive Assessment, and the presentation that Greg and his colleagues delivered addresses both of those themes. In the article, Lights, Camera . . […]