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|Blog post that provides same policies to review if you are looking at beginning a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program in your school or district. Whether you are just beginning to look at mobile learning or are ready to begin allowing student to bring their own technology, these examples can assist in your next steps.|
|Research overview on the benefits of games and gaming in education|
|This blog by Scott McLeod provides resources, success stories, videos, news, and more relating to 1:1 computing programs. Whether you are interested in a laptop, netbook, or handheld program, this is a great place to start gathering information about ubiquitous computing.|
|This blog post provides you with 10 different examples of how Google Forms can be used in the class for assessment, surveying, evaluations, and reflections. You can view the forms from this teacher or get a copy for you to share with your teachers. These forms seem to be mostly for elementary/middle schools, but you can copy the existing forms and modify to fit your needs. Included are spelling test form, getting to know you form, and reading record form, and learning success form.|
|This is a list of 100 different tools to search the Internet. Search tools to search listserves, images, blogs, and all types of media and resources.|
|According to the Standards, teachers must teach and students must learn using relevant technology that students will need to succeed beyond high school. Catilin Tucker, a well known educator and blogger, provides several effective and free technology tools that can be used in the classroom. Great resources to share with your teachers.|
|This blog post from edutopia offers a baker's dozen of activities teachers can employ to help students learn SEL skills.|
|The Essential 1:1 Program from Common Sense Media is an outstanding resource to provide direction and guidance on issues that schools face when going 1-to-1. They encourage you to explore, customize, and choose the resources that will best support your school community. Resources include, videos, ways to support teachers, and ways to engage your community.|
|Interested in the "20% Time" concept? Here's a great collection of resources and examples all directed at helping all of us in education inspire, create and innovate! A must-see for any school thinking about doing their own Innovation Day.|
|Educators agree that it's important for students to engage in collaborative learning activities for a variety of reasons. However, teachers often struggle with designing effective collaborative learning lessons. This blog post offers 20 strategies administrators can share with teachers that will help them in their planning.|
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