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Educational technology -- Study and teaching

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International Society for Technology in Education

Increased interest in the use of technology in education has developed extensively across the United States during the past few years, and a number of professional organizations have sprung up in order to provide resources to those policy-makers and educators interested in adapting and utilizing various technologies in their classrooms. Visitors to the site will want to peruse the online educator...

https://www.iste.org/
TeacherTECH

TeacherTECH is the teacher-training component of GirlTECH, a program of Center for Excellence and Equity in Education (CEEE) at Rice University. The project focuses on providing technology training and exploring "innovative teaching strategies that impact equity in the classroom." TeacherTECH offers lesson plans designed by teachers in a way that is intended to "take full advantage of Internet...

http://teachertech.rice.edu/Lessons/
The Science Spot: Power of Technology

Developed by a science and health teacher in Illinois, this site offers resources for science teachers. This section of the website provides online workshops and "techie tips to discover new ways to enhance your classroom with technology." Workshops cover topics such as clip art, digital cameras, the Internet, and search engines. Links to other sections of the website offer science trivia, lesson...

https://www.sciencespot.net/Pages/power.html
Computers and Composition Online

Based at Bowling Green State University, the Computers and Composition journal brings together critical reflections on using new media in the classroom, pedagogy, and other topics related to teaching English and other subjects. On the homepage, visitors can learn about the journal and its staff, and find a link to the archives. The left-hand side of the page has five sections, including Theory...

http://www2.bgsu.edu/departments/english/cconline/
The Concord Consortium Blog

The Concord Consortium is a Concord, Massachusetts-based non-profit educational research and development organization that seeks to introduce helpful technology into the teaching of science, math, and engineering. The consortium's blog, which dates back to January of 2008, can be a helpful resource for teachers, students, or anyone who is fascinated by the latest developments in the intersecting...

https://concord.org/blog/
CK-12

CK-12 is comprised of free, open access resources for both teachers and students including online textbooks, lesson plans, worksheets, and much more. The site has both a student and teacher view, and on the homepage, subjects are broken down by category. For example, if visiting the probability category under the math subject, lessons plans for counting sets, theoretical and experimental...

https://www.ck12.org/teacher/
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