One of my favorite colleagues, High School Teacher Librarian Tiffany Stephens, created a list of blogs and people to follow after polling the other Teacher Librarians in the Adams 12 School District. These are amazing resources and I suggest reading them in Flipboard on your iPad!
Recommended Education Technology Sites and Blogs:
Information about mobile devices, web tools, subject specific sites and apps, and articles on assessment and rubri cs
You can follow via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or sign up for a monthly newsletter.
Tech integration ideas by subject. Lots of technology instructional videos such as “5 Tips and Tricks for a Smartboard”
You can follow via Facebook, Twitter, RSS Feed or sign up for a monthly newsletter.
Integration ideas and resources including resources for Spanish speakers, ELL students, and special needs students. There are also links to technology grant information.
A “Pinterest” style website specifically for educators
paper.li is a “curration platform” much like scoop.it Nikki Robertson currates a site with general education and educational tech news. Robertson is a cofounder of EdcampATL.
You can follow via email and RSS Feed
Our very own Laura Israelson and her colleague, Michelle Pearson have created a handy blog with a bunch of information about tech integration ideas and stories about successful collaborations at Hulstrom.
You can follow via RSS Feed
Great links to Project-based learning ideas and resources, applications, and more. Named one of 11 “edtech bloggers to follow in 2014”
You can follow on Twitter, RSS Feed, and email.
Jen Alevy (former AD12 TL and current TL in Chennai, India) currates this scoop.it site with lots of great articles about information literacy and digital technology.
You can follow via a scoop.it account
Great site that includes Teacher’s Guides, e.g. Teacher’s Guide to Twitter and Teachers’ Guide to Fliiped Classrooms. Evaluations of educational hardware and software, as well as very current articles on technology and education.
Can follow on Twitter, Facebook, and RSS Feed.
A dynamic website for all things education brought to you by the George Lucas Foundation. The site emphasizes Project Based Learning and offers ideas and tools to implement PBL in your schools.
You can follwo edutopia on facebook, Twitter, Pinterest. You can also follow individual bloggers within the site via email.
A good list of resources including resource lists for projects, web tools, infographics and ebooks from Julie Greller, a Media Specialist (does someone still use that term????) at Ridgefield Junior/Senior High School
You can follow via Google+, Twitter, or RSS Feed.
Lots of resources about apps, tools, and teacher guides.
You can follow on Twitter, facebook, Pinterest, Google+, linkedIn, and RSS Feed.
Research, Information Literacy, and Digital Tools recommended by Celebrity Teacher Librarian Joyce Valenza.
.You can follow Joyce on Twitter.