While putting together a information for a chemistry research project I rediscovered the magic of ThingLink. ThingLink brings your graphics to life quickly and allows for a media rich digital resource. If you haven’t used it or have forgotten about it, now might be a good time to take a look.
Ruben R. Puentedura’s Weblog has been found! Ok, it wasn’t lost, I just found it. It’s actually been active since 2003 but it’s taken this long for me to notice. Dr. Puentedura has made available to all his thoughts, slides, resources, wisdom, as well as 10 years of archival information regarding technology initiatives. It looks well worth the visit.
When you want to see how far something has gone, take a moment to see where it has been. As described on the New York Times ” A graphic history of classroom technology, from the writing slate to the electronic tablet. “
- How Social Media and Technology have Shaped me as a Student (bmacute.wordpress.com)
- ‘Exploration first’ boosts classroom learning (futurity.org)