Educational Technology for Teachers
What is new and useful in the classroom!

Jul
01

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Donna Browne‘s insight:

Nice clear explanation of nervous system basics.  Really clear explanation of membrane and action potential.

See on www.bristol.ac.uk

Jun
27

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A survey of 200 Idaho teachers found that most want to use educational technology, but many are not familiar with or don’t have access to the latest offerings.

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Jun
26

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A survey of 200 Idaho teachers found that most want to use educational technology, but many are not familiar with or don’t have access to the latest offerings.

See on blogs.edweek.org

Jun
23

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Boundless is better than your assigned textbook! Get a Boundless online alternative for a fraction of the cost.

Donna Browne‘s insight:

Huge collection of open source textbooks.  The textbooks are designed to correlate with regular often assigned textbooks to substitute  for the expensive textbook.  All are free and offer flashcards and quizzes on the chapters in each book,

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Jun
23

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Learn more about skin disorders, imbalances, diseases, and clinical cases in physiology by reading the Boundless open physiology textbook.

Donna Browne‘s insight:

Shirt informative blurbs and pictures of skin disorders such as skin cancer and burns.

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Jun
21

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Donna Browne‘s insight:

A project based learning activity about medication, including absorption of medication (with a nice review of osmosis and diffusion).  Students work collaboratively to produce Medicine boxes that meet the teacher’s criteria.  Interactive animations, teacher background and student quizzes are included.

See on www.abpischools.org.uk

Jun
20

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15 Hilarious Technology Ads From the 1980s
Mashable
If you flip back to photos of your childhood, sometimes you’ll wish that you hadn’t. Perhaps your awkward haircuts and awkward poses weren’t funny then, but they certainly are now.

Donna Browne‘s insight:

Just a little technofeek humor.

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Jun
18

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Donna Browne‘s insight:

Curriculum and online text like reading

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Jun
18

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The Guardian
How has technology transformed the role of a teacher?
The Guardian
Making use of technology to allow students the freedom to discover solutions to problems both independently and collaboratively is a force for good.

Donna Browne‘s insight:

Technology has totally changed my teaching and my students’ learning.  It is now my goal to create "learning opportunities" for my students to pursue.  It allows students to accelerate their studies and frees up my classroom time to give one to one and small group instruction for those who need it.

See on www.guardian.co.uk

May
30

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Science resources for primary and secondary teaching. Free interactive activites on biology topics for all year groups. Games on a variety of subjects for younger pupils.

See on www.abpischools.org.uk