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Join the Movement: ThingLink Interactive Image Slams


Hey, edtech peops! Don’t miss your chance to learn how to leverage the power of ThingLink EDU in your classroom by participating in the upcoming ThingLink Interactive Images Slams. This series of webinars aims to provide educators with an opportunity to share, highlight and discuss ThingLink interactive images or video they have created and used with students of […]

Thunder, Lightning & App-oholics


So totally unforgettable summer storms, power outages and digital addictions? Say what? Um, yeah, that’s what I experienced a few weeks ago when I had the awesome app-ortunity to co-facilitate an iPads in Education 2 course with edtech rock stars Jim Gates and Theresa Bartholomew in Lewisburg, PA. Throughout this four-day app-venture, 50+ teachers learned […]

The 7 Characteristics of a Digitally Competent Teacher


So, you think you’re a digitally competent teacher? Or maybe not so much… Either way—check out this fun graphic depicting some characteristics that digitally competent teachers possess. My guess is that if you mess around with a smart phone, shop online or use any type of social media whatsoever, you’re probably more of an ed-techie […]

You Want to Know About Copyright in Education?


As I’ve mentioned before—it is not only important for educators to encourage students to push the technological envelope, but it’s equally essential that we teach them to navigate the digital world in a responsible manner. But in order to do so, we must first become familiar with copyright rules and fair use guidelines ourselves—a task […]

Should I Post This Image?


Today’s students are no doubt immersed in a variety of technologies from a young age. They’re wired, digitized and quite frankly, their skills and knowledge never cease to amaze me. They have no fear so they experiment, think and innovate in ways that have no limits—which from an educational point of view is just awesome! […]

The Rising Power of MOOCs Infographic


Have you heard that it’s possible for anyone to learn at Harvard? Yep, it’s true! And Duke, Yale and MIT, too! That’s right! With the arrival of MOOCs—Massive Open Online Courses—onto the educational scene, the opportunity to learn from some of the best academic institutions in the country is now available—for free—to anyone who may […]

Diigo Weekly Update


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! » Kids Wordsmyth An illustrated and interactive visual dictionary for promoting literacy, especially with K-3 learners. » Cyber Street An educational site […]

11 Signs That Technology is an Important Part of Education


So, what do you get when you combine three very cool visuals? Eleven signs that technology is playing an increasingly important role in education—both in and outside of the classroom. From videos to podcasts to mobile devices, learning has definitely gone digital. Check out the facts and figures highlighted in the infographics below regarding the […]

The Geeky Girl’s Greatest Hits Volume XI: January 2014


It’s that time again! Yep—get ready to tech it up with the most recent Geeky Girl’s Greatest Hits List containing a variety of surefire cool tools to take learning to a new level in your classroom! Tips for becoming an edtech rock star, digital citizenship resources, infographics, brand-new Diigo bookmarks and integration ideas live within […]

Infographic of the Week: A Digital Citizenship Guide for Teachers & Students


Information literacy, appropriate use, etiquette, responsibility, privacy, respect… What do these items have in common? Well, did you know that they are all components of digital citizenship? It’s true! These concepts– and many more—are part of the online code of ethics students need to be made aware of in order to develop and maintain a […]

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Looking for some technology integration ideas to enhance your classroom lessons? Then be sure to check out my "Tech Tips" for the latest and greatest Web 2.0 tools, applications and web sites that can be incorporated into activities and/or projects. Although some posts may not be applicable to your content area or grade level, be sure to check back often as I will be varying ideas in order to provide resources across the K-12 curriculum.

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