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|This website for teachers includes model lessons, downloadable curriculum, and design tools for teachers and administrators from around the world. The Pictures of Practice section shows what happened in actual classrooms when teachers developed new curricula. It includes their theories, activities, samples of student work and reflections. The main headings include: Look at what meaningful teaching and learning look like, Reflect on my teaching practice, Explore Harvard projects, Build and design curriculum, Connect with other teachers, and Learn where to take courses. The site has not been updated since 2002, but much of the material is still relevant today!|
|The TICAL Community, Admin 2.0 is a specific and active example of a robust social networking presence to build professional development resources with the community of School Leaders. Admin 2.0 is linked to the work of TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership). keywords: leadership, administrator, TICAL, social|
|Are you looking for a great resource for technology planning specific to adult education? Look no further. This website developed by Sacramento County Office of Education in conjunction with the University of Michigan provides tools that assess administrator and teacher skills for technology integration and distance teaching.|
|You will find the site very helpful to help teachers and students who are starting video production. A series of short videos can be used individually or in the small group session to assist with a wide range of technology issues related to video production. The source does not specify specific brands but addresses specific issues related to film making. The site provides helpful suggestions for all elements and levels of filmmakers.|
|The Assistive Technology Training Online Project (ATTO) provides information on AT applications that help students with disabilities learn in elementary classrooms. This web site is one of the 101 best web sites from ISTE. The web site has five areas: AT Basics, Tutorials, AT Decision Making, Resources, and Project Information. This is an excellent, simple-to-use resource for special education and anyone interested in universal design for learning (UDL).|
|In this episode of Radio TICAL, Jay Greenlinger talks about what he learned by studying the relationships between baby boomer superintendents and their millennial generation principals. Nice insights on how to tailor leadership and support strategies.|
|Founded by the Bank Street College of Education in 1980, the Center for Children and Technology offers an online data base of reports, newsletters, slide presentations, and other resources that are free to the public.|
|Classroom20.com, the social network for those interested in Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in education. Beginners will find this a supportive community and a comfortable place to start being part of the digital dialog.|
|In this Radio TICAL episode, PARC research scientist Michael Roberts offers some examples and suggests how 3-D virtual environments might be particularly useful for triggering student interest in science and technology.|
|Great resources relating to the Common Core State Standards put together by engageNY. Resources include a toolkit, videos, exemplar assignments, professional development and more. There are resources for teachers, administrators, IT staff and other stakeholders. The site focuses on New York educators, but many are applicable to all states implementing the CCSS.|