Archives for December 13, 2011

  1. Luring Your Students Into Learning

    Every educator knows, this is the time of year when reeling your school of students in from the holiday excitement could prove to be a challenge even for the most experienced fishermen… I mean teachers. The trick becomes learning how to lure students into learning.  What bait do you have in your box? There’s an […]

  2. A Day for Sharing

    Sharing iPad apps and resources from teachers attending the NICE iPads in Education workshop on Dec. 3, 2011.  You may not have had the opportunity to attend this unconference, so we are sharing the iPad Smackdown with you. There are apps, tutorials, and much more to help you along your iPad journey. Below is a […]

  3. Introducing Sandi Dennis from the GA DEN BLOG team!

      Hello Georgia DEN blog readers!  I’d like to introduce myself and let you know that I will be posting to the GA DEN blog on “Technology Tuesdays” this year!   Name: Sandi Hollomon Dennis, Ed.S.   Colleges Attended: University of Georgia/ University of West Georgia- Degrees in Media nd Instructional Technology   Current Employer: […]

  4. Chemical Elements – interactive periodic table

    by David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy   Chemical Elements is an interactive, online periodic table. Clicking on an element brings up a page with all the information on the element, including all the normal information along with the atomic structure and facts about the element. There are also separate pages for each group of elements. You can also display different […]

  5. Adobe Digital School Collection – supporting creativity and digital literacy

    by David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy     Adobe recently announced the release of the Adobe Digital School Collection (ADSC). This collection is a bundle of software for K-12 students and educators and is available for Windows and Mac OS.   Included in the bundle is Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe Premiere Elements 10 and Adobe Acrobat […]