Are you curious about Google for Educators, want to learn more. Take a look at this great blog at free Technology for Teachers. There are a number of tutorials that can help explain the tools available and how you can use them in your educational environment!
Thinking about buying iPads for your school? Take a look at this beginners book posted on the web. Lucy Gray spends a lot of time searching for great technology resources and she has focused on iPads recently so I knew this had to be a good resource when I saw it listed in her Apple of My Eye blog post. She also included a couple of other links that might be useful, a resource to help you find apps and a list of apps she has found useful. I am including those links here also.
I had to post about this software if only because it was so much fun to play with. It allows you to create graphics using a variety of different brushes. I am sure that in the hands of a real artist this would produce wonderful graphics, I am not an artist but I still had a wonderful time using the tools. Art teachers and other crafty types take a look because you will I am sure find some great uses in art curriculum for this tool
What a neat site, you can look at the impact of many events by using a map. the maps have overlays to show the impact of floods, man made disasters, the depths of the ocean, and many other interesting maps. Take a look and explore your own zip code! BBC - Dimensions
A site for students to share the books they are reading and what they think of them. This is a Social Networking site set up by Scholastic that allows your students to network about books with other students in a safe environment. Home » You Are What You Read
Welcome to my blog, I am trying to place the links I find that I believe are wonderful here. I don't always get them up but I am trying! These are the links that I believe will benefit educators in their classrooms, professionally and personally.