Professional development in 140 characters or less
If you’re going to start a classroom social media account, you’ll want to make sure you have these tips in mind.
Educational expert Sally Hagarty shares some of her favorite tech tools to try with special needs students.
Want to get started using technology to help with special needs students, but feeling overwhelmed? Here are ways to get started.
Finding the right tool for a special needs learner can take time. In the end, though, technology can be a great help. Here’s how.
Here’s how to make the most of the inevitability of being online in your classroom and beyond.
Here are the finalists in the “Technology Integration” category of the Innovation in Catholic Education awards, along with a bit about their program areas.
Find yourself looking for professional development alternatives? Here are 5 that go beyond what’s traditional.
These 13 resources are all free and may help you in using technology in your classroom.
by Susan Brooks-Young
Twenty years ago Google was a search engine, period. That started changing in 2000 through a series of acquisitions, partnerships, and internal projects.
Today Google offers a wide variety of tools, apps, and extensions, many of which are well-suited for use in K-12 classrooms. With all the changes, it can be a challenge to stay on top of everything.