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|In this Tech & Learning article, Michael Simkins shares an emerging technology called a fabber. This enables you to print three-dimensionally. Michael shares an overview of the fabber and possible application in classrooms and schools.|
|The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative's (ELI's) 7 Things You Should Know About... series provides concise information on emerging learning technologies and related practices. provide quick, no-jargon overviews of emerging technologies and related practices that have demonstrated or may demonstrate positive learning impacts. Any time you need to explain a new learning technology or practice quickly and clearly, look for a 7 Things You Should Know About... brief from ELI. Use these briefs on enhance professional development and create dialogue on emerging technology.|
|Teams of California Administrators have had the opportunity to participate as Interns at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) for several years. PARC is world-famous for their high levels of collaboration, innovations, and technology inventions. This blog was developed to capture reflections and implications of the Intern experience. School leaders can download presentations that would be useful for personal and professional development. Check it out!|
|A Pinterest Mash up of Coaching Educational Technology in K-12 settings. It provides an avenue to pursue for the novice to the advanced technology teacher, director, coach or superintendent. Outstanding resource for tech teaching, learning, integration.|
|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.|
|Fourteen well-known educators from around the world contributed to this eBook, which provides practical information about using the Internet in education. Much of the text deals with new Web 2.0 tools including blogs, wikis, and podcasting. The book is free and educators are encouraged to share the file with colleagues.|
|This blog provides educators great resources, ideas, and inspiration. Created by Vicki Davis, a teacher an IT director Georgia, Vicki shares her passion for helping students learn through project-based learning.|
|This free, self-paced tutorial introduces you to the amazing range of technology that makes it possible for someone with a disability (physical, sensory, or learning) to interact with a computer. As you move through the five modules, you will learn about people who use assistive technologies on a daily basis to be able to blog, communicate, and surf the Web. Along the way you may start thinking about people in your own life that can benefit from assistive tech! A project of the California School Libraries Association.|
|Written by Steve O'Hear, this two-part blog article provides an overview of a variety of Web 2.0 tools. O'Hear also includes many examples of educator use of these tools.|
|Looking for cutting edge, innovative ideas? Edlab is a group at Teachers College, Columbia University focused on educational models, projects, pedagogy and research. It provides access to scholarly articles which directly address P-16 education. It aims to be very forward-looking. Its self-professed goal is to envision and pilot "knowledge projects for a fundamentally different education sector that is attuned to the emerging post-industrial, information-based world."|