Education And Technology Collaboration
Technology allows for much greater levels of collaboration and communication. But getting "from here to there" can be a challenge. Here are some resources that can help.
Global SchoolNet combines education and technology to strengthen communities and benefit humanity. They support learning and improved academic performance through content-driven collaboration and learning projects worldwide, in areas like science, math, literacy and communication skills, teamwork, civic responsibility and multi-cultural understanding.
Find global learning projects and partners, check out their International CyberFair, and develop friendships and connections world wide.
Tech & Learning is a go-to resource for education technology professionals responsible for implementing and purchasing technology products in K-12 districts and schools. They provide an inside look at issues, trends, products, and strategies pertinent to the role of educators at all levels – state wide to lead teachers.
Posts include ways to use video in the classroom, creating shared apps without programming, 3D printing news, and research-based intervention guidance for elementary students struggling with reading.
This infographic looks at the roles of technology in education from 1635 to 2011. Things have come a log way.
Lone Eagle Consulting in Dillon, Montana started out providing internet access to rural communities. As part of his giving back to the community, Frank Odasz assembled a wide range of resources for educators and the Native American community.
Many small businesses give back like this to the community. What are small businesses doing in your community?
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Other Areas To Check Out ...
● Assistance for Achieving Connectivity
● Example Computer-Assisted Collaboration Projects
● Student Literature Sites (sampler)
● Global Collaboration Networks
● Finding A Partner for Computer-Assisted Collaboration
● Genetics, Genomes & DNA