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This is a post I redirected from Richard Byrne's FreeTech4Technology

How will you begin your new school year with your students?


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TED Talk - Five Ways to Listen Better

Julian Treasure, whose work I've previously highlighted, recently gave a talk at TED Global in Scotland. His talk, 5 Ways to Listen Better, reminds us of the need to slow down and listen to the people and the world around us. At the end of the talk he provides a simple framework for becoming better listeners. That framework is called RASA. You'll have to listen to his talk to learn about RASA, it will be worth the seven minutes of your time.





Welcome to Gaming the Math Class Curriculum!

Click here for the Agenda for Gaming


Welcome to Differentiation of Math Curriculum!

Click here for the agenda Differentiation in Math Classes1


Welcome to iLife Boot Camp 2011

iLife Boot Camp



The future is here!  The resources here are for computer lab environments, classroom workstations, and enhancing your lessons.  To navigate different pages, use the SideBar

  Click here to go directly to the Voki site.  To learn more about how Voki can be used with your students, click here. You will learn how Shelly Terrell used Voki in her classroom.

Shelly Terrell is a technology teacher trainer, English language teacher, and the Director of Educator Outreach for Parentella. Explore her Teacher Reboot Camp blog for tips on professional development and integrating technology effectively into the curriculum.





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