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NCTIES

Information and programs that I brought back from NCTIES (North Carolina Technology in Education Society) conference: HearBuilder is a series of educational software programs designed to help students improve their listening and memory skills. There’s a free trial http://hearbuilder.com/ First in Math: online … Continue reading

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Intel for Teachers

Tools for Student-Centered Learning http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/education/k12/teachers.html

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Technology Tools

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Originally posted on Ask a Tech Teacher:
You’ve heard the chatter. IPads have become the go-to literacy tool for authentic learning in the K-8 classroom, the one that says ‘Our program is cutting edge, up-to-date, inquiry-driven‘. Students want to use…

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Using Easiteach

For those who do not have Easiteach, I will be coming around this week to load it.  I also wanted to remind you that Easiteach has lessons on line that you can use and modify.  Even if you don’t use … Continue reading

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology

Thought this was a really good infographic: http://www.markbates.ca/?buffer_share=f220c&p=1734

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Technology for Reading Disorders

Last night I, along with Joanie Gerken, presented at The Rankin Institute’s “A Picture’s Worth A Billion Words: Reading Disorder” workshop.  Several of the attendee’s asked for a copy of my PowerPoint slides, so I thought you might find the presentation … Continue reading

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