The first ever TER Live event is now confirmed and open for registration! The details are outlined in the graphic below, and you can click here for registration. The event is open to all teachers, school leader or those interested in technology in schools. The forum will revolve largely around Q & A, so the more people, and the more questions, the better! Continue reading
In Episode 5 of TER Podcast we discussed Connected Learning, and outlined some of the benefits and risks associated with increased use of online connectivity and social media in education. As a follow up to that episode, here are some suggested ways that teachers can get more connected with others in their profession, or help get their students connected with the each other and the world beyond the classroom.
Please note: While some of these sites incorporate commercial services, this post is not sponsored in any way, nor a direct endorsement of those services, this is just a list of tools that some teachers have found useful in the classroom and in their own professional development.
The Teachers’ Education Review is a new podcast created and produced by teachers in Australian schools. This podcast reviews educational issues with a particular focus on the implications on classroom teaching and learning activities.
Episodes will be released monthly, giving an overview of local, national an international issues in education before exploring 1-2 issues in greater depth through a panel discussion with experienced educators.
Episode 1, July 2013, will be released shortly!
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