Free Technology for Teachers
Lisa on 19 Sept 2010 posted a couple of really neat links to a free internet virtual learning class. I’ve never participated in one of these before and unfortunately the timing doesn’t work out for me; however, it might be a great opportunity for another librarian struggling with trying to find ways to integrate technology in the classroom or library.
Please post a comment and let me know what you think if you are able to attend tomorrow.
Kick off the third year of the AASL-SIGMS Virtual Learning Community with guest
facilitator Richard Byrne in a meeting entitled “Free Technology for Teachers”.
Richard is the writer of the well-known blog “Free Technology for Teachers”
(http://www.freetech4teachers.com), subscribed to by 25,000 persons daily.
In addition, he is a columnist for School Library Journal, a Google Certified educator,
and a high school social studies teacher. If you are looking for a wealth of free
resources and lesson plans to help you teach with technology, this meeting is for you.
Join us on Tuesday, Sept 21st at 8pm ET/7pm CT/6pm MT/5pm PT at the ALA Island in Second Life.
See http://sigms.iste.wikispaces.net/upcoming for more information.