There are tons of tech resources out there for teachers, but it’s not easy to find practical information on classroom management in relation to educational technology. We all want our students to be proficient with technology, but how do you create the procedures and routines that support students in independent, responsible use? If you want your students to display a specific set of behaviors when using technology, you have to teach for it. This section of the website will show you how!
Pages in This Section
Blog Posts on Technology
Do your classroom routines support the 4 c’s?
The haute couture of education
Best and worst of the 2011 ISTE conference
Stop the tech snobbery
See all blog posts on 21st century schools and technology integration
You can also check out my Delicious bookmarks and Diigo bookmarks. I save all my favorite education websites to Diigo (which automatically cross-posts to Delicious). Previously, I only shared my bookmarks with the teachers I coach when recommending resources for them, but realized this might be something useful for website visitors, too. Many of the sites are technology or interactive whiteboard (IWB) resources.
If you’re not familiar with how bookmarking sites work: you can search the bookmarks using the tags I’ve assigned for various subject areas and grade levels (1,2,3,4,5, 6-8, 9-12). All the tags are listed on the side of the page. So, for example, if you want to see only math resources for grade 5, you would type math and 5 in the search box.
Latest posts by Angela Watson (see all)
- Celebrate National Day on Writing with a free Google Hangout for students - October 7, 2015
- Extreme student behavior: 7 traps to avoid when NOTHING seems to work - October 4, 2015
- Curious about classroom Makerspaces? Here’s how to get started. - September 30, 2015
- 7 ways to prioritize teaching tasks when EVERYTHING seems urgent - September 27, 2015