Searching for meaningful ways to integrate technology into your teaching? You can meet the digital natives on their own turf with this step-by-step guide to educational technology. Podcasts? Prezi? SMART Boards? Blogs? No problem, with veteran teacher and "Accidental Techie" Lori Elliott as your guide. Lori focuses not on bells and whistles but on simple applications that can immediately bring new relevance, energy, and enthusiasm to your classroom. Now updated! Includes: Animoto, authorSTREAM, Blogs, Digital Cameras, Document Camera, Edmodo, Glogster, Google Earth, iPad, Live Binders, Newseum, Podcasts, PowerPoint, Prezi, Skype, SMART Board, Tagxedo, Wallwisher, Yodio, and YouTube.Single User License: The purchaser (Single User) of this Single User License is permitted to install this content on the individual devices owned by the Single User. This may include one classroom computer and one home computer.
Visions #1 Best Seller! Google offers a multitude of terrific tools that can be used to enhance both teaching and learning. The tools are powerful, user-friendly, and FREE! This book highlights many of these tools and provides clever ideas for using them in the classroom.The newly updated Fourth Edition provides new screen shots and instructions for: a) updated interface and menus for all Google tools; b) Google Advanced Search options; c) completely new Blogger interface; d) student blogging guidelines; e) updated Google Calendar options; f) new Google Docs features; and g) updated sharing and publishing options for Google Docs.
Find out how K-12 educators both teachers and librarians are using eBooks today and what they think of them. This unique report, which presents the results of a survey conducted among 700 teachers and 600 school librarians, is the most detailed study yet of K-12 educators' usage of and attitudes toward eBooks. Written by John Fredricks, Ph.D., former Director of Global Market Research at Reader's Digest, with an introduction by Neal Goff, President of Egremont Associates and former President of Weekly Reader Publishing, the report includes a free Executive Summary available for download. The full report, co-sponsored by edWeb.net, MCH Strategic Data, and TecKnoQuest Inc., is a must-read for people in publishing and K-12 education who want to understand the impact of eBooks on teachers' and librarians' professional lives, both today and in future.
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Publisher: Egremont Associates
Product ID: EGR0001
Grades: Grade Staff
Level(s): Staff Room
File Size: 1.88 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)