‘Teacher Tech' is an informative Education Technology resource worth being tuned into.
I have the good fortune of being one of a handful of educators and bloggers chosen to participate in a series of guest posts on Microsoft's teacher-focused blog site this week.
Just for clarity's sake, I should mention that I am not actually a teacher (the other guest bloggers are), I am Director of Institutional Information & Tech at a small private college in New York. In this role I interface with faculty regularly and provide support, research, technical ingenuity, and strive to impart continual exposure to instructional and related technologies.
This week's Teacher Tech guest posts are …
- “Do You Blog? I Challenge You!”
by Lee Kolbert, who blogs at: A GeekyMomma’s Blog
- “The Two Top Areas for Keeping Today's Students Top Notch”
by Vicki Davis, who blogs at: 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 2.0 Connected Classroom
- “More Simple Ways To Introduce Reluctant Colleagues To Technology”
by Larry Ferlazzo, who blogs at: Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…
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!