|Weebly for Educators|
|Weebly for Education is a free website creator that allows educators to create websites. The drag & drop website editor is stunningly simple to use, and appropriate for use with students of all ages. Weebly enables your students to express themselves creatively using a variety of multimedia features, all within a protected environment that you control. Weebly was named one of TIME's 50 Best Websites of the year.|
|Western States Benchmarking Consortium|
|Superintendents and school district executives came together to support continuous improvement within their organizations. The organization shares "benchmarks" that articulate the steps toward achieving improved learning for all students. This site provides many valuable resources for district who are looking to improve.|
|What Can You Learn From A Cell Phone? – Almost Anything!|
|Can cell phones be used as learning tools to help students gain 21st century skills? Marc Prensky highlights many uses for the classroom including voice, Short Messaging Service (SMS or text messaging), graphic displays, downloadable programs, Internet browsing, cameras, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and video clips.|
|What to do with all those morning emails?|
|In our inaugural TICALevision episode, TICAL Director Rowland Baker speaks with Principal in Fresno Unified Jack Jarvis on how he manages email amongst all his other duties in Fresno Unified. Jack shares his simple strategy that is effective.|
|Wired.com is a site updated daily with breaking news related to a wide range of technology topics. Although not specifically written for educators, this is an excellent site for those administrators who are interested in current technology trends and how these trends might impact business and education.|
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