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Follow the arrows to these black and white traffic signs.


A Techtorial
Learn how to create an interactive map with Excel.


Life Skills
Resources on increasing self-esteem, effective communication, responsible citizenship, decision-making, problem solving, and peer pressure.



 

Picturing America
Resources and information for teaching American History and culture using America’s art treasures.

Kids and Reading
Parents and teachers of young kids should see this strong British site.

Cyber Nations
A multiplayer persistent simulation useful for teachers of secondary social studies.

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Brenda Dyck
Until we develop wired learning environments based on dirty learning" principles, we will fail to develop learners alive with thinking buzz."


Doug Johnson
When implementing a new tech project, I recommend asking your librarian to be your tech partner.


Bernie Poole
Lesson 4 of Essential Microsoft Office 2007 explains how a spreadsheet is useful for classroom management.

Meet all the members of our Technology Columnist Team:
* Brenda Dyck
* Miguel Guhlin
* Doug Johnson
* Bernie Poole
* Alma Row
* Nancy Willard

Miguel Guhlin
As technology directors, people look to us to model learning new technologies. Are you taking advantage of all the resources you can to streamline the often messy learning process?

Gadget of the Week
Want to just have some fun making a picture talk?" Try Blabberize.

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What can you do with SchoolNotes? Check out Grubbs’ Class Notes.

 




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