Ed Tech Resources from “The Educator's Best Friend”.
This week's midweek post is a brief introduction toÂ a useful web site for educators. Education World has a wealth of resources, grouped into 6 main sections, such asÂ â€œLesson Planningâ€, â€œProfessional Developmentâ€, â€œAdministratorsâ€, and “Technology Integrationâ€.
The Technology Integration page is rather busy (as is the rest of the site), but that's because it isÂ densely packedÂ with resources. These resources include columnist features, links to useful websites, information about web events, ‘Featured Site' reviews, and more. One particular feature I'd like to draw attentionÂ toÂ is the “Techtorials”Â – simple text based technology tutorials, that can be viewed on line or downloaded as PDF files.Â There are dozens of these availableÂ in the “Techtorial archivesâ€.
The Education World web site is a fun and useful online resource toÂ be aware of and visit, whether it's to browse around and spark some fresh ideas about lesson plans or professional development, to search out information on a specific topic, or to just look around and see what's new.
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Thanks for the great post,
Thanks a lot for the great post. The “Techtorial” is very good and useful.
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