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55 Technology Projects, Vol. II

$18.99 (25% discount)

55 K-8 lesson plans that cover keyboarding, language arts, math, problem solving, science, using programs like KidPix (or the Free TuxPaint), MS productivity software, Google Earth, typing programs, email, Web 2.0 tools (blogs, wikis, internet start pages, social bookmarking and photo storage), Photoshop (or the free GIMP), and Celestia. This is an all-in-one K-8 toolkit for the lab specialist, classroom teacher and homeschooler on how to integrate technology into language arts, geography, history, problem solving, research skills, and science with simple-to-follow projects tested on thousands of students just like yours. Each lesson includes standards met in higher-order thinking/technology/NETS-S, software and time required, suggested experience level of students, subject area supported, tech jargon used, step-by-step lesson plans, extensions for deeper exploration, troubleshooting tips, and project examples including reproducibles and grading rubrics.

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55 Technology Projects Vol. I600_55_vI_cover

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This is an all-in-one K-8 lesson plans toolkit for the lab specialist, classroom teacher and homeschooler. I ll show you how to integrate technology into language arts, geography, history, problem solving, research skills, and science with simple-to-follow projects tested on thousands of students just like yours. Each lesson includes standards met in higher-order thinking/technology/NETS-S, software and time required, suggested experience level of students, subject area supported, tech jargon used, step-by-step lesson plans, extensions for deeper exploration, troubleshooting tips, and project examples including reproducibles and grading rubrics. Additional items included in each volume are wall posters to explain basic concepts, suggestions for the all-important keyboarding training, articles from the award-winning Ask A Tech Teacher blog on how to integrate Web 2.0 tools into the classroom curriculum, and dozens of online websites to support a variety of classroom subjects. Tech programs used are KidPix (or the Free TuxPaint), all MS productivity software, Google Earth, typing software (or free online keyboarding websites), email, Web 2.0 tools (blogs, wikis, internet start pages, social bookmarking and photo storage), Photoshop (or the free GIMP), and Celestia. Also included is an Appendix of hundreds of age-appropriate child-friendly websites organized by grade and topic. Skills taught include collaboration, communication, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, creativity, digital citizenship, information fluency, presentation, and technology concepts. In short, it’s everything you need to successfully integrate technology into the twenty-first century classroom.

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55 Technology Projects Vol. I and II

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760 Websites

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This 36-page PDF includes over 760 K-5 websites organized by grade level and subject that will connect tech to every subject in your school. They’re sites that the Ask a Tech Teacher crew uses every year in every class they teach. If you’re the IT coordinator or tech ed specialist or the technology teacher, you’ll want this.

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38 Tech Ed Articles

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The 38 most requested 2011-12 tech ed articles from Ask A Tech Teacher© , a group of technology professionals who run an award-winning resource blog where they provide free materials, advice, lesson plans, pedagogic conversation, website reviews, and more. They cover critical topics like how blogging makes students better writers, the importance of social media to education, how to teach keyboarding the right way, top ten tips for teaching MS Word, why technology is important for all learners, what to include on the youngest child’s computer, using internet start pages in tech lab and more. Each article is quick (1-2 pages), pithy, and easy-to-understand. They’re written by a working tech teacher with fifteen years experience teaching technology to all age groups.

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