The Classroom of the Future Foundation has been posting an average of 3 stories every weekday on our CFF Facebook page since March 2012, so we’ve compiled an extensive collection of resources for educators. Our team reviews over 50 stories per weekday and selects our 3 favorite per day to post on Facebook for our online community. Here are the best of the best Education Technology articles from November 2012. Did you read them all?
(1) 9 TED Talks Given By Kids – posted 11/1/12
We wanted to share this great collection of TED talks given by kids. Included in this collection is Adora Svitak who will be presenting at the University of San Diego. http://www.technapex.com/2012/10/9-ted-talks-given-by-kids/
(2) 12 Best Practices for Moving Young Learners Forward with Technology – posted 11/8/12
How do you select the right apps for your students? How do you implement technology in your classroom? Here is an article that explains the best practices of teachers. Hopefully it will help you in your classroom. http://goo.gl/Wv0b6
(3) 8 Great Grading Apps for iPad- posted 11/9/12
Grading is a necessary but time-consuming part of being a teacher. Here are 5 apps that might be able to help make grading a little easier. http://goo.gl/71pyb
(4) 81 Ways Teachers Can Use Google Forms For Their Students – posted 11/16/12
Google has a treasure trove of resources for teachers, but have you ever thought of how you could use Google Forms? Google forms provides free lesson plans, just to name one use. If you want to see the rest of the uses, click here http://goo.gl/wGpGh
(5) Top 100 Sites and Apps for Education – posted 11/20/12
Since we are getting closer to the end of the year, we decided to share this article about the best 100 apps and sites of 2012. http://goo.gl/OpMFE
(6) 200 Free K-12 Educational Resources – posted 11/28/12
The blog, Open Culture, has released a collection of 200 free educational resources for teachers. The list is organized by subject and is extensive. http://goo.gl/2L12h
(7) 10 Awesome Web Tools Teachers Should Be Using – posted 11/29/12
The internet has a wealth of resources for educators, so it’s helpful to have recommendations to find great resources. Here are 10 web tools you should be using. http://goo.gl/kGRa6
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