When Google Wave first burst on the scene in 2009, little information was available to learn how to use this tool. Now, tutorials, resources and tips abound, but a reader must wade through the maze of information to find appropriate tools for teachers and students. We’ve done that work for you with this list of twenty-five tips, ideas and resources that may galvanize educational uses for the Wave. [click to continue…]
If you want to learn a new language or if you want to know how that e-learning tool works, you have plenty of online help to reach those goals. The following list of fifty top blogs for e-learning tools and tips concentrate on technologies, resources, business strategies and more for teachers and students. We’ve even included a category that may inspire you to reach even further during 2010. [click to continue…]
Are you a teacher who wants to increase collaboration and skill development to students? Teamwork can increase these skills, as students can learn how to communicate, cooperate and compromise on decisions together. What better way to teach these skills than through social media?