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Richard Byrne just published a new eBook titled The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators. I was extremely excited to participate with a chapter about online learning. Crossposted below:
There are many teachers who want to start using technology in their classrooms, but just aren’t sure where to start. That’s why I got together ten prominent ed tech bloggers, teachers, and school administrators to createThe Super Book of Web Tools for Educators. In this book there introductions to more than six dozen web tools for K-12 teachers. Additionally, you will find sections devoted to using Skype with students, ESL/ELL, blogging in elementary schools, social media for educators, teaching online, and using technology in alternative education settings.
Here’s the list of contributors to The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators:
George Couros, Patrick Larkin, Kelly Tenkely, Adam Bellow, Silvia Tolisano, Steven Anderson, Cory Plough, Beth Still, Larry Ferlazzo, Lee Kolbert, and Richard Byrne. If you like what you read, please visit the contributors’ blogs and let them know.