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Technology and School

Kids, Computers and the Classroom

This issue features many articles that deal with new technologies and the protection and use existing technologies.
Read them all for the full effect!

Follow up on some of the articles in this issue with these innovative sites:

Imbee: Take a terrific and detailed video tour of the Imbee site.

iCue
: This video tour features the late Tim Russert, who was a big supporter of the iCue project.
(Read the New York Times article about the program)

Moodle
: Study this excellent rundown of how to use to Moodle in the classroom, by a teacher who uses it and explains it beautifully.

Courses 2.0: A unrelated interactive forum run by Cramster.com, the company behind the Courses 2.0 app. It's anattempt to help get students working together to solve homework problems.

Trolls
Read this detailed article from the New York TImes magazine about the troubling world of lurking internet trolls.

Articles

Little Hacks
Little Hacks
by Wayne D'Orio
Administrator Magazine: Technology | Tracking the Hackers in Today's Schools
Virtual Classroom: Second Life.
Virtual Classroom: Second Life.
by David Rapp
Administrator Magazine | Second Life Revamps Learning
Plug into Generation IM
Plug into Generation IM
by David Rapp
Administrator Magazine: Technology | For the generation that grew up with the Internet, social networking and IM-ing are second nature. Now educators must learn the same language.
7 Ways To Bring Tech Into The Classroom
7 Ways To Bring Tech Into The Classroom
Instructor Magazine | Great Ideas to Encourage Tech Savvy Schools
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