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|Use this Web-based tool to curate digital content on virtually any topic by creating online 3-ring notebooks. LiveBinders support multiple authors and are easy to share. Anything that can be digitized can be added to a LiveBinder. Basic accounts are free and an education discount is available for professional accounts. This is a great tool for preK-12 classrooms, but is also widely used for professional development and other adult education settings.|
|In this Radio TICAL episode, Dan Neville, Technology Specialist with Arizona’s Kyrene School District, shares how his district is using technology for more effective asset and data management. He gives examples that range from wireless devices that improve the accuracy of textbooks and equipment inventories to tools for collecting data from lots of sources in one place for analysis and interpretation.|
|Home base for Microsoft education products and resources.|
|Microsoft offers free Office templates and clip art which can be downloaded from the Microsoft site. The templates work with various versions of Office for both PC and Mac. Many have an education theme and are especially useful for administrators, teachers, and students.|
|Written by Neil Howe and William Strauss, this book is an in-depth examination of the Millennials--the generation born after 1982. Jay Greenlinger recommended it in his Radio TICAL interview on baby boomer superintendents and millennial principals.|
|"Minding The Gap: Baby Boomer Superintendents’ Leadership and Support of Millennial Principals" is Jay Greenlinger's doctoral dissertation. He discusses his study and its implications in a Radio TICAL interview.|
|Leading Digitally Admin 2.0 webinar, by Susan Brooks-Young. As a school administrator, you know that professional development is a critical piece in successful implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Your teachers have access to mobile technologies like tablets and laptops. How can you leverage this access to help teachers implement ELA standards in your school or district? This 45-minute webinar offers an overview of a professional development program in Arkansas where teachers of grades K-8 are using multiple mobile technologies and free or low-cost apps and web-based tools to address ELA standards through student-created e-books and screencasting.|
|Moodle is a course management system designed to help educators who want to create quality online courses. The software is used all over the world by universities, schools, companies and independent teachers. Moodle is open source and completely free to use.|
|MOUSE Squad of California (MSCA) Student Tech provides youth access to technology education and training necessary to be successful in today's information society while assisting schools to realize a vision for 21st century teaching and learning. MSCA Student Tech enables students to learn information technology (IT), customer service, communication and leadership skills while providing a service to their schools. A student-run IT support help desk is set up where students put into practice what they have learned. It can be an after-school program or an in-school elective.|
|My eCoach provides a coaching team that can facilitate what educators need to meet curriculum and technology integration goals. It provides coaching to technology mentors, with an emphasis of inquiry-based, constructivist and collaborative learning strategies. My eCoach also offers customized support materials and step-by-step tutorials.|
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