Wednesday, April 13, 2005
Looking for more resources to read about technology integration in the classroom? Try these!
- My notes from conference keynotes, workshops I attend, etc.
- My Blogs (www.wesfryer.com/blog/) - Includes links to some of my favorite blogs to read. Two I read most often are:
- My research articles and links on One to One computing (Every student and teacher with a laptop) - (www.wesfryer.com/onetoone/)
Books I Highly Recommend: (Related to educational technology issues)
- inTASC Technology Assessment Study Collaborative (www.bc.edu/research/intasc/)
- Technology and Learning Magazine (www.techlearning.com)
- Leading with Technology and Learning (www.iste.org/LL/) - Published by ISTE
- My archive of articles releating to technology integration
- George Lucas Educational Foundation (www.glef.org) - Includes a superb video gallery
- NCREL (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory) Educational Technology Resources (www.ncrel.org/tech)
- Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (www.sedl.org)
- Wired Magazine's News (www.wired.com)
- CNET's News (http://news.com.com/)
- MindWrite by Miguel Guhlin (www.edsupport.cc/mguhlin/)
- Discovery Learning by Patsy Lanclos (http://homepage.mac.com/planclos/)
Articles and Research
- 21st-Century Skills by Cheryl Lemke (www.ncrel.org/engauge/skills/skills.htm) - A research-based discussion of the skills needed by students and workers in the emerging Digital Age.
- "Ask Not For Whom the Bell Tolls: Assessment in Texas Schools" by Miguel Guhlin (www.edsupport.cc/mguhlin/portfolio/writings/2004/asknot.htm)
- Milken Family Foundation Educational Technology articles (www.mff.org/edtech/article.taf)
- Levels of Technology Integration (LoTi)
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