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What’s Your Digital Age?

April20

My theory is that age is just a number, so quite frankly I don’t really fret too much about it. But when I happened across this nifty graphic on Twitter the other day, I was definitely interested in knowing if I act my digital age. And now I bet you are probably wondering the same! […]

The Geeky Girl’s Greatest Hits Volume XIV: January 2015

February2

Super cool classroom tools, useful infographics and tons of bookmarks highlighting the latest #edtech resources… All of this and more lives within the must-see compilation of resources that can be utilized to tech out your lessons and assignments. Just hover over the interactive image below to expose the most popular posts from January 2015! Check out […]

Diigo Weekly Update

December7

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest tools that can be utilized in your classroom throughout the school year. » Iconfinder A cool place to download over 400,000 free (or premium) icons to customize a website or blog. Some of the icons […]

Diigo Weekly Update

October19

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest tools that can be utilized in your classroom throughout the new school year. » SoundBible.com Free sound clips, bites and effects for all kinds of multimedia projects. Download files in either wav or mp3 […]

The Twitter Feeds Your Brain Infographic

October16

Yep, it’s another post about the value of Twitter. Yes—Twitter. If you haven’t yet adopted this social media platform as one of your go-to places for professional development, you really don’t know what you’re missing! And it’s not just the latest celebrity drama! Seriously, despite the 140 character minimum, tweets—articles, thoughts, opinions, inspiration, quotes, images […]

Generate Customized Social Media Icons with Fontmeme

October6

There are all kinds of really neat sites on the web where font addicts (like me) can fulfill their next typeface fix. One of these places is Fontmeme, a resource in which users can generate text images utilizing fonts of different styles including those found in logos, movie posters, TV shows, album covers and much […]

The New Digital Learning Playbook Infographic

June9

Looking for some interesting K-12 edtech data? Then look no further than the New Digital Learning Playbook, Project Tomorrow’s annual Speak Up National Research Project which provides districts nationwide and throughout the globe with new insights into how today’s students want to leverage digital tools for learning. In fall 2013, over 403,000 online surveys from […]

Diigo Weekly Update

June1

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest “Cool Tools” and/or web resources that can be integrated into your lessons and activities! » Kaizena A Google Docs add-on which allows users to insert audio and other feedback on students’ work. An excellent way […]

Diigo Weekly Update

May4

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest “Cool Tools” and/or web resources that can be integrated into your lessons and activities! » Glitterfy Customize images, photos and text for web sites, blogs and social media sites with this online glitter graphics generator. […]

Diigo Weekly Update

April20

Happy Easter from Edutech for Teachers! Check out the new “Cool Tools” the Easter bunny left in your edtech basket! They’re sure to be a big hit in your classroom so be sure to add them to your bookmarks! » formatpixel Create customized online magazines, brochures, catalogs, portfolios and more using this online publishing tool. […]

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