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Facebook and the PTA, Looking Out for Students
posted by: Steph | June 24, 2010, 08:46 am

Don’t take candy from strangers, don’t talk to strangers, don’t go anywhere with a person you don’t know. These warnings and many more must be taught to children, as they have been taught to them for generations, but today’s children must be taught more than these in-person social cautions. The internet, social networking, texting, and instant messaging mean that children also must be taught safe technological practices.  Continue Reading...

Creative Teachers Use Technology to Enhance Education
posted by: Steph | June 22, 2010, 09:20 am

Teachers attempting to integrate technology into their classrooms have a number of obstacles to overcome (see earlier blog post, How Much Does Technology Advance Classroom Learning?), but they also have the world at their fingertips—literally. A recent article in Education Week describes how teachers across the nation are using technology in innovative and instructive ways.  Continue Reading...

How Much Does Technology Advance Classroom Learning?
posted by: Steph | June 15, 2010, 09:12 am

Technological advances in the last quarter century have forever changed the daily lives of Americans. Rather than getting the news from the paper delivered to your doorstep, you probably download it on your PC or Mac. Tangible books are being replace by Kindles and Nooks, and there are apps for your Droid, Blackberry, or iPhone to do just about everything except pound out your erasers.  Continue Reading...

Any Wall an Interactive Whiteboard with New Projector
posted by: Colin | January 18, 2010, 11:25 am

Epson and Boxlight are set to premiere an interactive whiteboard projector that does nor require a screen, reports, an education technology website. The Epson BrightLink 450Wi and the Boxlight ProjectoWrite2/W can project onto a smooth wall or standard (non-electronic) whiteboard, and with the use of an infrared pen, a teacher or student can manipulate and modify the projection. Also, because the projectors are "ultra-short throw" say goodbye to shadows.   Continue Reading...

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