Articles Archive for March 2010
If you’re involved in teacher professional development, especially on the technology side of things – using technology in the classroom in one way or another – and you are an experienced writer (published works, a long-running blog, or something similar) OR a conference presenter, we’d love to talk with you about your professional development experiences and how we might be able to work together.
We’re developing an innovative new series of online courses that uses a unique combination of videos and presentations to teach a professional development topic and we’d …
Help us help you give you more of what you want here @ I <3 ED TECH.
We offer several different types of blog posts, including these:
Commentary and “rabble rousing,” and here’s an example of this type of post.
Contests from Freebie Man, and here’s an example.
Ed tech, professional development, and related tips and resources, such as this post.
Polls (like the one you see below).
So, which do you want to see more of?
In this season of educational technology conferences, I needed to get something off my chest.
Please watch this video and, honestly, let me know what YOU think!
Tell me I’m wacko, call me off base, but do comment.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Education, Social Media, Technology »
The first week of Spring has flown by in an instant and you know what that means. It’s first weekend of Spring and… It’s time for me to share some of my favorite Edtech posts with you!
Just what does it take? By Camilla Elliott
Fotobabble By Kelly Tenkely
Fontself By David Kapuler (LOTS of great resources on his blog!)
Urban Prep and The Whole Story By Chris Lehmann
WordPress Social Media Plugins That I Love By Bill Selak
Looking for a student tech literacy assessment? Try SimpleAssessmentPLUS. …
Education, Technology »
Yesterday, I was chatting with some edtech friends about some of their favorite resources/tools that they’ve been using in the classroom lately. A few came up that I had not yet heard of (which I will be talking about in the next couple of posts) but the one that stood out to me was Museum Box.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of museums. All of that information in one place? It’s amazing! Museum Box provides you with the tools to showcase descriptions of an event, person, historical period of time, or …
Are you blogging, either for yourself or with your students?
If so, is there some way we might help? Are there questions you’d like to leave here that we, or others, might answer?
Collectively, the I HEART ED TECH bloggers have many, many years of blogging and online communications experience, so give it to us!
We’ll try to field any and all blogging questions: blogging tools and platforms, add-ons, hosting services, styles and themes, and anything else you’d like to ask.
In addition, if you’re thinking about blogging to earn some supplemental income, we’ll …
Hello Friends of Ed Tech:
One final reminder… we’re coming close to the cut-off dates for two very special prizes.
To enter the contest to win a free eBeam Edge portable electronic whiteboard for your school, go here.
To have a shot at a free condo for a few nights at wonderful, gorgeous, and flat-out top drawer Big Sky, Montana, go here.
Both of these contests end on March 31, 2010.
Give it to me!