Here are my weekly Diigo links for March 31st through April 5th. It was a busy week, so there aren’t as many this week. I will try and do better next week.
Make this week ridiculously awesome…
5 Powerful But Little-Known Ways To Use Your Apple iPad | The GEDB Online Learning Platform
5 Powerful But Little-Known Ways To Use Your Apple iPad http://t.co/hzFK9MrmPr
— Edudemic (@Edudemic) April 1, 2014
Life of an Educator by Justin Tarte: 10 Steps for Educators New to Twitter…
Twitter is a great way to learn and get better every day. Here are some tips on getting started.
16 Tools to Coordinate an Event – Brad Currie
Check out my latest blog post: 16 Tools to Coordinate an Event ~ http://t.co/FImYGy7SGW #ptchat #edchat
— Brad Currie (@bcurrie5) April 2, 2014
Educational Technology Guy: Meeting Organization with Evernote
Meeting Organization with Evernote http://t.co/WTuKi8UBmQ
— Doug Peterson (@dougpete) April 2, 2014
OMG…this is one of the best sites I have run across in a while. Easy to use and packed with resources
Edutech for Teachers » Blog Archive » 81 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms to Support Learning
Google forms are an awesome way to do so many things. Here are some ideas.
Crafting, Scripting & Reflecting on History Lesson Plans | MiddleWeb
Some ideas on how to make your grade level PLC;s more efficient and productive.
Chromebooks – Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything
Here are some great resources for learning how to use the Chromebooks.
Technology and Teaching: Finding a Balance | Edutopia
Some thoughts on balancing technology and teaching
10 next-generation science apps for education | eSchool News | eSchool News
Great science apps and resources
Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources and Ideas | Edutopia
Here are some great ways to learn to use social media
Hands-on History: Giving Students a Tactile Experience | MiddleWeb
Hands on History ideas
Social media as a solution – @PaulineZd SmartBlogs
Some tips on getting the most out of social media