"iPads have given students opportunities to really start to develop creative thinking skills, as well as critical thinking skills. My focus here is apps that allow students to develop creative and critical thinking skills on Chromebooks."
"Now, you don’t have to skim the results of hundreds of Google searches to find a handful of useable internet resources—I’ve already got 101 of ‘em!"
"If you’ve wondered where many of those YouTube videos get their background music from, you’ve come to the right place. Music with Creative Commons licenses are music compositions written, produced and shared by people who do not charge anything when you use their music for your own use, commercially or non-commercially."
THERE are images of a pregnant man, a Victorian-era robot used to solve disputes and websites denying the achievements of US civil rights campaigner Martin Luther King.
An increasing number of rogue sites with political or racist agendas has prompted a warning to schoolchildren against becoming the cut-and-paste generation.
50 Inspirational Web 2.0 Websites and Social Networks http://t.co/ma5Qpx3k via @zite
"Although learning to code and mastering desktop design applications are still very valuable skills, they’re no longer a prerequisite for designing great websites."
"If you want to a see a blank look on students’ faces, ask them about the Dewey Decimal library classification system. For better or for worse, the Internet has become the alternative to a library card catalog for browsing and locating resources. But how do you navigate that system, and how can you trust what you read on the web?"
"With Twitter being the main credit to its success, URL shortening is a trend that popped up recently and is probably here to stay. The earliest popular shortener that I can think of is TinyURL. Moving forward, services like bit.ly began to step in and take over. Now, major websites like Google, Facebook, and StumbleUpon use their own branded URLs for shortened links."
"As part of their preparation for the new school year teachers try to look for new web resources and materials they can use to help them with their teaching.This is definitely not an easy task for one needs to live online in order to be able to keep up with the new releases and sift through the tsunami of web tools available online. In this regard, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has recently started posting a series of articles featuring some of the best free web resources for teachers across different educational spectrum."
"This is the third post in a series of posts covering a wide spectrum of free resources on different subject areas. After reviewing Social Studies and Science resources , today we are providing you with a list of some of the best free Math websites where you can have access to a plethora of Math lesson plans, free printables, games, activities, video tutorials and many more."
"In this article, we have listed top 10 free online teaching websites where users can learn many useful things without paying joining fee. All of these websites offer free online training. "
AASL ( American Association of School Librarians ) has recently published a post featuring some of the best teaching and learning websites for this year. I have reviewed this post and chekced the websites they included ( most of which have been reviewed here ) and decided to share with you their list.
When trying to look for kids materials online then several red flags start to waive. Content that is to be delivered to kids has to undergo a certain kind of scrutiny and precautions should be taken because internet is like that jungle where predators are on the guard for their preys. As teachers and parents, the responsibility of keeping our kids learning needs digitally satisfied while being safe is even bigger but it is not impossible. Kids too have their right to access and watch videos in a risk-free environment just like adults do. This is exactly where this post fits in.
A website-visualization firm Webempire has created this map showing the number one websites around the world, as calculated by traffic-tracking company Alexa. As the picture makes clear, Google dominates, with Facebook trailing not too far behind.
Today we’d like to give you Google’s recommendations for building smartphone-optimized websites and explain how to do so in a way that gives both your desktop- and smartphone-optimized sites the best chance of performing well in Google’s search results.
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The year was 1997. Apple was a struggling computer company, AOL was a booming Internet service provider, Microsoft was on the verge of releasing Windows 98, and the Web was a very different place. Through the magic of the Wayback Machine, we can travel back in time and revisit the past.
Keep This Picture In Mind The Next Time You Try To Teach Tech To Someone
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