Other Resources

  • Finding other teachers
    • Leading Teacher Network (link)
    • Search using Delicious tags (link)
    • Search using Google (link)
    • Directory of student and teach blogs by grade level (link)
    • List of teacher blogs (link)
    • Another list of teacher blogs (link)
    • Yet another list of teacher blogs (link)
    • OK, one last list of teacher blogs (link)
    • Search using Google’s blog search (link)
    • Search for teacher who use Webnode for their classroom (link)
  • Instructional videos on technology for teachers (link)
  • Excellent videos on a range of professional development topics from Discovery Education Network (link)
  • Excellent directory of free educational websites and software (link)
  • Sample educational websites from schools and students (link)
  • Dr. Gary Small discusses the impact of the Internet on the brain (link)
  • LearningReviews.com Interactive Learning Resources (link)
  • Excellent directory of all educational resources provided by Federal Government agencies (link)
  • Check out this website where teacher sell their best EdTech content for a minimal fee (link)
  • A good directory of Educational Technology resources (link)
  • Get ideas for integrating technology by reviewing documents and presentations from other teachers at DocStor (link).
    • Sometimes I find educational resources at Scribd (link), but usually they are books.
  • Twitter guide book (link)
  • Usborne Books has excellent books on science and math.
    • They also have excellent weblinks (link)
  • Video of interactive Classroom2.0 Elluminate sessions (link)
    • consider attending one live so you can participate
  • Collection of tools to help students perform research (link)
  • Videos from PBS (link), Khan Academy (link) and MN Video Vault (link)
  • Collection of link from a Connecticut Association of Independent Schools tech retreat (links)
  • Excellent list of interactive websites (link)
  • List of teacher Nings by subject (link)
  • List of alternative assessment ideas (link)
  • Most recent Delicious bookmarks saved by at least 500 people (link)
  • HUGE list of websites for teachers and the popularity of each (link)
  • Excellent list of free software and websites (link)
  • List of high-quality blogs by Liz Strauss (link)
  • Links for teacher who discuss five ways they want to change teaching (link)
  • List of online research journals (link)
  • 50 free software programs for teachers (link) - courtesy of @n8ngrimm
  • Twitter resources
    • watch this presentation - What is Twitter? (link)
    • introductory guide (link)
    • video of use by college professor (link)
    • learn how to search Twitter (link)
      • you can add common searches to your own Twitter home page
      • also check out the advanced search features on the "About Search" link
    • here are links to articles about Twitter - and some about Twitter in Education. (link)
    • directories of teacher Tweets
      • directory (link)
      • a directory setup as a wiki (link)
      • Jane Hart's directory (link)
      • teacher directory set up as a Google Docs spreadsheet (link)
      • teacher directory set up in a Google Docs spreadsheet - also includes notes about how they use twitter (link)
      • join the teacher Twitter group (link)
      • List of influential educational tweets (link)
      • join this directory (link) - it has a spreadsheet ("Sheet1") for data entry and a map ("locations")
  • Wiki ideas
    • Examples of how wikis are being used for group projects (link) and collaborative projects (link)
    • List of sample classroom wikis (link)

Nings to Join

  • List of Nings from Jane Hart (link)
  • Review the Nings where I am a member (link)
  • Navigate to Ning and search (link)