‘Teacher Tech'Â is an informativeÂ Education Technology resource worth being tuned into.
I have the good fortune of being one of a handful of educators andÂ bloggers chosen to participate in a series of guest postsÂ on Microsoft's teacher-focusedÂ blog site this week.
Just for clarity's sake, I should mention that I am not actually a teacher (the other guest bloggersÂ are), I am Director of Institutional Information & Tech at a small private college in New York.Â In this role I interfaceÂ with faculty regularly and provide support, research, technical ingenuity, and strive to impart continual exposure to instructionalÂ and relatedÂ technologies.
This week's Teacher Tech guest posts areÂ …
- “Do You Blog? I Challenge You!”
by Lee Kolbert, who blogs at: A GeekyMommaâ€™s BlogÂ
- “The Two Top Areas for Keeping Today's Students Top Notch”
by Vicki Davis, who blogs at:Â The Cool Cat Teacher Blog
- “5 More Internet Technologies Educators Should Be Aware Of”
by me (from right here on EmergingEdTech)
- “Keeping the Door Of Learning Wide Open”
by Steve Anderson, who blogs at: Blogging About the Web 2.0Â Connected Classroom
- “More Simple Ways To Introduce Reluctant Colleagues To Technology”
by Larry Ferlazzo, who blogs at: Larry Ferlazzoâ€™s Websites of the Dayâ€¦
It's an honor to be included in the company of these educators and fellow bloggers. Please stop by and check out these great posts on Teacher Tech today!