Blended Learning Basics

Article by Lori Cargile

The term blended learning is frequently used in education circles. It’s often used to describe the sudden influx and use of instructional technology, but what is it really?
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What to do when technology gives you trouble

Article by Jenni Stadtmiller

It’s time. You have planned an amazing lesson for your students. They will be logging on to create their own worlds in Minecraft with scaled Egyptian pyramids or creating their own Prezi slideshows or making a screen-casting video of how to find true sources when researching. But the computers won’t turn on. Or they can’t get on the site. Or the microphone isn’t working.

What do you do when your technology won’t cooperate with you? And why does it always seem to happen?!
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Using Classroom Technology (for Non- Geeks!)

Article by Lori Cargile

Integrating technology into your classroom practice can be daunting for those who consider themselves not to be up-to-speed on the latest electronic gadgets, devices, and computers. Even if you still use a flip cell phone and haven’t touched an iPad a day in your life, there is technology that you can successfully use to reach your students.
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Finding Time for Tech

Article by Katie Currens

Many teachers don’t have time to fit keyboarding or computer games into their already too-tight schedules. As a consultant, I like helping teachers look at their time in a different way. We certainly don’t want to add anything to plates that are already full, so instead we can look at how to integrate technology into what we already do. Below are a few ways you can add a technological spin in your class.
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