Not long ago, most technology (apart from the overhead projector) was considered a classroom distraction. Now, it’s an educational asset. Kids as young as 10 years old are getting their first cell phones, and it’s not unusual for K-12 students to use tablets, laptops, and mobile devices at school. Digital literacy is essential for success in the 21st century. It’s hardly feasible for modern schools to remain tech-free.
EdTechReview is a free resource that helps teachers and administrators make more informed technology decisions. The Website has hundreds of unbiased reviews of technology solutions by k12 educators and administrators.
4Teachers works to help you integrate technology into your classroom by offering FREE online tools and resources.
Hoonuit provides software training using a unique, just-in-time approach. They host a library of thousands of short tutorials on dozens of applications focusing on answering the common questions teachers, students, and administrators may have when learning the software.
Yenka is a new generation of educational modelling tools from Crocodile Clips.
Equally at home on whiteboards or when used by individual students, they let you experiment with the topics you're teaching in a safe, accurate virtual world.
FREE was formed in 1997 from over 30 federal agencies to make hundreds of federally supported teaching and learning resources easier to find.
A Wiki page with 10th and 11th Grade lessons dedicated to how to teach using an iPad.
Founded in 1989, WITIs mission is to empower women worldwide to achieve unimagined possibilities and transformations through technology, leadership and economic prosperity.
This guide covers how to get started as a woman in this field, describes places that support women in tech, offers funding options for women in these programs, and includes an expert Q&A with a woman in the field.