There are more than 100 of these apps and they are all great. It will make your life easier and make the kids happier
These educators will give you great ideas for the classroom on a regular basis. It is worth following them!
Great ideas for teachers to try in their classrooms in 2017
Check out this amazing list that is free and easy to access
Here is a website that connects learners with tutors in many languages. Pick your language and sign up for a tutor who will work with you via SKYPE. Prices are very reasonable and you can make a lot of progress in a short time
This is a way for students to study. The cards are very helpful
Innovative lessons tied to the real world...Kids will love them
Great lesson plans using theatre in the classroom or in the home schooling environment. It also works after school and on weekends for parents
A key element in addiction prevention is youth intervention. Research has shown that substance abuse can start as soon as age 12, and early abuse often leads to greater drug involvement.
A guide which focuses on children’s safety online. We often forget kids are an easy target, and most of the time parents aren’t aware of what’s going on.
Great science units from NASA on life science, physical science, earth and space science, and even engineering
Cultivating culinary kids is a great way to help them build healthy habits early on. When children know how to make healthy food choices and can prepare well-balanced meals on their own, they'll be far less reliant on unhealthy, quick and easy options like fast food and pre-packaged foods.
Teach important skills in STEM and more using real world real estate projects that all students can enjoy doing
A reich resource for ESL teachers on a variety of subjects
Great resource for teachers provided by TES
Extensive list of Google Resources for teachers.
The promise that Google+ as a social networking site has offered is indeed incredible. You will see how brilliantly it creates a student-teacher relationship and manages to keep the two engaged. A teacher can successfully implement Google+ and build up engagement while teaching their kids. Social networking has indeed revamped the way education technology behaves in modern times.
Great list of top blogs
Great list for teachers and administrators
Great list of tools for teachers.
Excellent ideas from a variety of sources on using Google Hangouts in the classroom
Excellent article in The Journal about Google Hangouts
Sign up for EdSurge to get all the latest news for educators, administrators, and parents.
Google Summits are held all over the world. The speakers are amazing teachers who have developed excellent resources that can be used by all teachers. Check out the website for even more resources. www.gafesummit.com
Here is a great list that came out in December 2013. Very useful for teachers and students
15 Literacy Apps to crate books on the iPad. Great resource for teachers and students
Here is a comprenhsive group of some of the best TED videos, best books of 2013, and best education bloggers.
Lucidchart provides collaborative online diagramming to make it easy to draw flowcharts, org charts, wireframes, UML, mind maps and more. It works on Google Apps.
Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path or pace. While still attending a “brick-and-mortar” school structure, face-to-face classroom methods are combined withcomputer-mediated activities. Proponents of blending learning cite the opportunity for data collection and customization of instruction and assessment as two major benefits of this approach. Schools with blended learning models may also choose to reallocate resources to boost student achievement outcomes.
Rocketship Education, based in San Jose, Calif., was the first charter school network to open schools using a school-wide blended learning model. Since then, other schools such as Nexus Academy  and Clayton Christensen Institute  have continued to innovate on applications of blended learning in their schools.
These thirty companies represent the latest in educational technology available for the classsrom. They were all selected for the ed tech summit held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA
Extremely useful for teachers
For those of you interested in pursuing a Ph.D. here is a doctorate degree you can investigate. It is not free, but no degree is free.
Excellent and comprehensive list of top websites for teachers current as of June 2013.
This is a guide to creating a MOOC for anyone interested but particularly targeting academics
Check out the resources on this site
Some very helpful resources in this group.
This is a FREE course and designed especially for the K12 educator. Please sign up by March 17, 2013.
This is a great list coming from EdShelf, an excellent resource for teachers.
Here are more than 300 Twitter feeds on education for all levels of educators
Great list just updated on October 15, 2012
Great list of education sites. This is all you really need!
With the advance of web 2.0 technologies, there emerged a wide range of educational tools that we can use with our students in and outside the classroom.Collaborative web tools is one example. Using such websites, teachers will be able to help in holding online and real-time discussions with their students, help them in their projects and assignments, guide their learning, do backchanneling, and synchronously moderate discussion threads and many more.
Great resources from the New York Times that all teachers can use
Excellent resources and great competition for students to get them involved in the Presidential election. Have your students use their cell phone cameras to enter and make their voices heard.
This is a list of the 13 top tools for teachers. Each list has even more information. Great resource!
Search is one of the most important skills that students can have. If they know how to search, they are empowered to find whatever they need.
This toolkit is from Common Sense Media. You will need to register to get it.
Great tools for the English or social studies classroom showing kids the power of democracy. It will help them get connected to the Presidential election
Another useful resource for teachers. Wow, so many resources, so little time.
This is a great list for teachers and for parents especially elementary parents. Everyone likes a story
This is a great presentation that teachers can use in class or share with their colleagues.
These are great lesson journalism plans developed for all grades K to 12 in most subject areas.
Some of the principal benefits of these networks is that they help you grow professionally and expand your knowledge base to include new ideas and concepts.
Information graphics which are the visual representation of data known as infogographics are making rounds online these days. It seems like web users are favoring this form of content format over other forms. Their visually attractive display, the bright and shiny colors they include are what make out of them an appealing means of communication.
It is a fact universally acknowledged that Internet has radically changed the way we perceived of the world. Reality has been supplanted by virtual reality and geographical borders have dissolved to give birth to a highly inter-wired world where the information travels both poles in a matter of a click. This drastic change brought about by Internet has touched upon every facet of our life and most important of all on education.
Some good tips
John McManus has written this book about techniques and strategies for detecting fraudulent websites and information on the web. A good read, for teachers and students alike. At the site you can sample the book, but a download or print version requires payment.
The Newseum, a fabulous museum in Washington, DC dedicated to journalism and the history of news, offers videos and lesson plans for your classroom. The site is now in its beta form, with a public launch coming soon.
The JEA provides lesson plans submitted by its members, vetted by journalists and teachers, and ready to use in your English or Journalism classes.
Open educational resources (OER) are learning materials created by reputable organizations that are freely available for use, remixing and redistribution. For more information, click here
If you are going to use the web for research, don't be duped by what you find out there. Learn five criteria for evalution information on the web.
The goal of DOGO News is to provide a fun, safe and interactive environment for children to read and learn about real world news. Our news articles, are short, simple and include photos/videos in order to keep children focused and interested. We also augment our content with an integrated dictionary for challenging words and maps for geographical context.
SchoolNewspapersonline.com can help schools create simple, inexpensive digital publications.
Each day TeenTribune posts the most compelling, relevant and interesting news for teens and tweens. Stories are selected by teens and tweens working closely with professional journalists. Teens and tweens can comment upon these stories. They can also submit their own stories and photos.
A long list of free tools that can help you with technology implementation in the classroom.
You can use this presentation in your classes
Video Tutorials on How to Use Google Docs in the Classroom
Websites on How to Teach Students Design Thinking
Journalistic Learning students create with confidence, communicate with conviction, and take ownership of their learning.
Free learning tools on media literacy and our First Amendment freedoms.