Added by Dennis O'Connor on January 12, 2011 at 6:21pm — No Comments
When everyone starts up in 2011 and checks into their favorite educational website (LOL), they'll see that the name has changed. We're now Vocabulary SpellingCity.com. Same URL (Still www.SpellingCity.com) just a new name. Why?
The name change reflects the rollout of a complete redo of the site in which we have, over the last year, added a massive amount of new features.
We have added a great amount of…Continue
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The brief, informal survey that I ran here this week provided insight into what educators are looking from education technology in…Continue
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What a wild ride it’s been! The past week has proved both exciting and challenging. Becoming an online teacher is not for the faint of heart. Not if you are becoming an online teacher in a company as fast-growing as Aventa Learning.
After spending a couple weeks eating up my Mentor's online courses, I tip-tapped my fingers, charged and waiting at the gate, for my first course to open up. The training program was so complete and the time I was given to review another teacher’s…
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Questions from a school thinking about implementinga 1:1 Laptop Scheme and my answers:
1. Was your school completely Mac-based prior to the 1:1 program? If not, how easy was the implementation of the Macs and what feedback did you get from staff…Continue
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The use of web2.0 techniques by institutions of learning and their teachers are ever on the rise. Today's students and prospective students were raised in a digital world and expect the use of technology through
outlets like Facebook and Twitter to be employed by the schools that
they attend. Blogging is only getting bigger and stronger. In fact check
Added by Jim Roberts on January 3, 2011 at 11:46am — No Comments
2010 was a great year on EmergingEdTech, but now it’s time to get ready for 2011! I really want to know what you’re looking for from Education Technology, and as with 2010, I’ll use this knowledge to inform what I blog about this year.…Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on January 3, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
The following is my response to an email from a prospective teacher. She asked for suggestions on how to become most qualified to work in a school that is supportive of its students.…Continue
It's almost that time of year again -- time for the most challenging academic game on the Internet! Kidlink Landmark brings classes together in two categories of difficulty (Primary & Challenge) to play a competitive, riddling game using landmarks of the world as content. Past competitions have had between 60-80 teams participating from across the US, Czech Republic, Russia, France, Pakistan, China, Canada, Australia, England, and New Zealand.
Registration begins Feb…Continue
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