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Caine’s Arcade

Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation
The Next Tech Generations
Cell Phone Activations Hit 5 Billion Worldwide
Who’s That Texting Your Kids in Class 66% of the Time? Parents
Free Mosquito Ringtones
What’s it mean to disconnect?
Bloom’s Revised HOTS for Technology
The Networked Teacher
Six Spaces of Social Media
New Words Added to Oxford Dictionary
What Google and Facebook are hiding
Technology as a skill not a tool

 

Million more jobs than students by 2020

1.7 Million tech jobs go unfilled in 2012

1-9-90 Rule

Stages of Technology Use

Ruben R. Puentedura’s

SAMR Model SAMR Matrix

 
SAMR Infographic

TRUDACOT (Technology-Rich Unit Design and Classroom Observation Template)

Evidence-Based Practices Report – ED.gov
In September 2010, the Department of Education issued a detailed report that conducts a meta-analysis of 45 published studies that compare online and face-to-face learning. This analysis demonstrates very convincingly that online learning methods are, on average, at least as effective as face-to-face learning. Further, hybrid methods, which involve both methods of instruction are considerably more effective than either method alone.

Search Skills

A Google A Day

Google Search Tips

Google in Education
Search Posters
Search Tips

Search Lessons from Jeff
Search Lesson for K-2
Search Lesson for 3-5
Search Lesson for 6-8
Search Lesson for 9-12

Learn some basic search syntax, or use Google Advanced Search

Domain Extensions by Country

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Attorney General’s Report on Cyber Predators

Report

NYTimes

One More Thing

Moonshot Thinking Video

terrafugia.com

myfilip.com

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