Growing Up Online: the Tidal Wave of Devices in the Classroom

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Tweet  A tech infused education is important, but so is some good old-fashioned face to face time.  Here is a great post from a guest blogger who shares her perspective on the matter.  Be sure to comment and let us know yours!  ~EMP As internet companies like Google and Bing grow from startups into institutions, […]

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Ways to Complement Classroom Lessons

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Tweet The internet has many valuable resources for teachers and students.  Here are some great ideas for complementing a lesson or activity you already do with your students.  Consider a lesson that could use some sprucing up or needs a touch of something to liven it up (I know I can think of a few […]

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Using Interactive Technology To Engage Children In Early Years

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Tweet Children using tech devices is a hot topic.  How much is too much?  How young is too young? Today, guest blogger, Rob James gives a perspective on the use of tech in the early years.  We would love to hear your opinions on the topic!  ~EMP Interactive technology can play a significant role in […]

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Should Education Turn To The Cloud?

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Tweet Turning to the Cloud is something that so many of us find ourselves doing in parts or in whole personally.  What benefits can the cloud bring to education?  Today’s guest blogger, Victor Daily discusses. ~EMP Is cloud computing really an effective solution for issues and problems faced by the educational institutions today? Can it […]

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Graduating with Tech

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Tweet Today, I want to share an infographic with you.  This comes from Hannah Edwards from LearnStuff.com and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.  She emailed me, excited to share these interesting facts about how the use of technology is rapidly growing in our schools.  I’m sure you will enjoy looking […]

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An Open Letter to Tech-Fearing Teachers Everywhere

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Tweet You are certain to enjoy today’s guest post from Neven Jurkovic.  He has written a letter for all tech-fearing teachers and has done so in a positive and motivating way.  So, for today’s post in this month’s tech series, consider how you might use his ideas and words to coax a colleague or even […]

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5 Great YouTube Channels for Teachers

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Tweet  We are kicking off the month’s series of techy posts with this great one by a guest blogger who writes about YouTube channels you will want to have at your fingertips.  Enjoy!  ~EMP YouTube is a fantastic resource for educators and students alike. There are hundreds of thousands of videos that teach you just […]

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Social Media and Video Games: the New Textbooks

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Tweet Today’s guest post is an interesting point of view about how social media (SM) and video games can help teachers and students.  Of course, we at The Inspired Classroom believe firmly in making sure students of all ages are online and gaming with parental supervision and are monitored so that their screen time is […]

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Educational Tablet Apps Fit for a Classroom

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Tweet The theme of tech seems to be reoccurring these weeks and why not?  There are so many great resources out there for teachers to use.  Here’s a guest post that focuses on apps that may work for you.  Try them out and tell us what you think of them.  ~EMP The tablet is a […]

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