Web Tools That Educators Should Have in the Bag from Ozge Karaoglu’s Blog is a thorough list of free tools to help you be more productive in your classroom. While you are on this post, check out the other great ideas on this blog.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, QR Codes | Posted on August 31, 2011
Ultimate Educators Guide to QR Codes from the Wise Words with Edlio blog not only helps you create QR codes but gives ideas for educational use.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, iPad, Science Resources | Posted on August 31, 2011
How to Make an iPad Stylus
is a fabulous science project posted on Kelly Tenkely’s “iLearn Technology Blog.” The materials are cheap and easily accessible.
Ask a Tech Teacher Great Web Sites for Kids
has a gazillion (or so it seems) links to web sites for your students. If you have the time, don’t stop there. Click some of the links at the top of the page to get tech tips and more.
Tekzilla on the Web answers Technology Questions Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Veronica Belmont bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
64 Interesting Ideas for Blog Posts
This web site is great to use as you start the school year. I challenge you to set up a class web site or blog to share information with your school families.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, Reading/Language Arts | Posted on July 10, 2011
Kids LIke Blogs.Org has everything you ever wanted to know about blogging in the classroom. The author is a teacher using blogging in his elementary school.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, iPad, iPod Touch/iPhone | Posted on July 10, 2011
How to Set Up iTunes Account without a Credit Card
Tony Vincent, in his blog Learning in Hand, has a short and sweet description of how teachers can set up an iTunes account without putting in their credit cards.
12 iPad Apps for Storytelling from “Apps in Education” blog has a nice collection of resources for teachers using iPads in the classroom.
Integrating Blogging in the Elementary Classroom from the “Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom” blog has practical strategies for starting a blogging program in the early grades.
The Elementary Flat Classroom Blog has practical tips on how to break down the walls of your classroom and expand your students’ learning with global connections. Are you brave enough to have a “flat” classroom next school year?
Using Angry Birds to Teach Math, History, Science is a wonderful resource from the I Learn Technology Blog. Check out the ideas and tie ins to math, history, science.
40+ Free Premium Social Media Icon Sets To Spice Up Your Website from Edudemic Blog make it easy to link to your social network sites from any web site you manage.
67 EdTech Resources You May Have Missed is a an extensive list of resources from the Tech the Plunge blog.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, Twitter | Posted on March 7, 2011
What Should Educational Leaders Tweet? is an informative post on the Connected Principals Blog. Clear, concise, to-the-point — just like Twitter!
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs | Posted on February 10, 2011
Ultimate Guide to Get Started with Blogging from Edublogs is the “ultimate” in helping you get up and running with a personal or class blog. The guide is broken down into manageable segments that make it very easy to get started.
If you have been itching to try your hand at coordinating a global learning project in your classroom, this blog and links are a great place to start. The possibilities are endless and can tie in to all subject areas.
Thanks to Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom Blog for this list.
Adventures in Science Blog has wonderful articles and ideas for elementary science instruction.
Best Resources for Learning About Martin Luther King from Larry Ferlazzo’s Blog has an extensive list of links for educators. If you haven’t seen this blog before, it’s fabulous with “BEST” lists for most any topic you can imagine.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, Math Resources | Posted on December 10, 2010
Math Lessons Blog is a great site for teachers to find innovative ways to teach some of those tough skills like fractions, decimels, etc.
Wylio.Com is a site where you can search for photos (may be blocked at school). Wylio automatically sizes the image, hosts the image, and builds the photo credit into the code. Need more details?
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, Tech Gadgets | Posted on November 22, 2010
12 Great Gadget Blogs has a list of several sites to help all you tech geeks out there searching for the newest thing. Might want to read up for your holiday shopping.
Quick Start Guide to Create a PLN from Eric Sheninger’s blog gives several links and ideas to help a “newbie” set up their own personal learning network with other educational professionals.
Creaza.Com Creaza is a site that offers a mind-mapping tool, cartoon creation, movie editor, and audio editor. FREE