I got home from school yesterday and found a new book waiting for me — it’s called 35 Tech Tips for Teachers and it is written by an old friend (we met through GlobalSchoolNet last year) Jennifer Wagner of Technospud. Jennnifer does some wonderful collaboration projects for teachers across the disciplines and is always sharing what she has learned with a larger audience (like me).
The booklet, which is published by Lulu, is a nice guide to using technology for learning in the classroom, ranging from introducing spreadsheet to using Powerpoint to creating vector letters in Paint Shop to beginning HTML coding. The lessons are simple to understand and are all connected to the National Educational Technology Standards for Students. She also offers to email out additional templates for some of the lessons.
Somewhere, I think I read that the proceeds from the book will help offset some of the costs of running her collaborative projects.
Peace (with teaching tips),
Let me know if you want the templates and graphics for some of the lessons…..
and thanks again for promoting my “booklet”. I owe you a cup of coffee at NECC.