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From: dan Thompson [mailto:dthompson5@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 6:46 AM
To: dan Thompson
Subject: Online Technology Tutorials, Dan's tip for January 4 2016
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Contributed by Trish
Online Technology Tutorials
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The internet is big, really, really big, and a teacher who wants to continue
to learn about technology can find lots of online resources to help.
Today's technology tip is a guide to some of the best resources that are out
there for teachers.
State departments of education as well as individual school districts across
the country have a mandate to encourage teachers to integrate technology in
the classroom. But some of the best initiatives to actually train teachers
to use technology in the classroom seem to be coming from individual
educators. Check out some of the sites listed below as examples:
This website, co-founded by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles, offers a wide
variety of great tutorials and other internet resources for teachers.
Links to many online tutorials can be found at this site which was created
by Annette Lamb and updated by Larry Johnson.
(This site's home page was not working when researching the site on Sunday
January 3 2016. I am including it anyway in case you wish to check it out
later. Use the source link for this article to access the link to this
This is however, another great resource for teachers. This site was created
by Marilyn Western and has something for everyone.
Tammy's Technology Tips for TeachersA great resource that was prepared by Tammy Worcester Tang, and