One reason why I love blogging is the chance to get a variety of responses to my ideas and thoughts. A reader of my last post commented:... Read More.
In conversations with educators in the lower grades, I often find that there is a sense of frustration or even fear in bringing technology into the classroom. These emotions have nothing to do with a fear or frustration with technology itself. In fact, many of these educators WANT to...Read More.
We had some wonderful submissions for the first-ever lesson contest and the votes are in. First of all, I want to thank the 7 wonderful teachers who submitted lessons. Educators are always looking for inspiration, and I'm sure your lessons have inspired Edutopia readers around the globe.... Read More.
Last week I asked for readers to submit lessons that integrate technology for a chance to win a copy of Steven Johnson's new book, Digital Tools for Teaching. We had seven entries, and now it...Read More.
So it's time for a little healthy competition here at the Elementary Technology Integration blog.
I have a brand new copy of Steve Johnson's new book, Digital Tools for Teaching: 30 E-tools for...Read More.
It's the holiday season, which means, once the eating and entertaining is over, many of us will have some free time on our hands. If you want to spend some of that time snuggling up with a great book, here are some books that I have read (or re-read) in the past year or so that have influenced...Read More.
This is the final post in a four-part series on running an edcamp unconference. You can find links to the previous posts at the end of this post.
Once you've taken care of all of the important things like securing a venue, finding sponsorship and assembling a team, there are...Read More.
This is the second post of a four-part series about planning and running an edcamp unconference. You can read the first post, Introduction to edcamp here.Read More.