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Best Practices


The Office of Technology at Carnegie Mellon collects, synthesizes and summarizes research and provide examples on successful models for Teaching with Technology.  Included on the site are White papers providing strategies for successful classroom practice.   PBS Teachers provides a collection of recent research on how technology integration and media can improve instruction and student learning. 


Web tools can provide motivation as well as serve as an assessment tool to follow student success.  Wikis, blogs, collaborative tools and other resources provide students with insight into future careers as well as the opportunity to enhance reading and writing. The resources below provide ideas for integrating web 2.0 tools in the curriculum.



Barbara Schroeder 10 Best Practices for using wikis 

Teaching and Thinking with Technology


Glencoe Teaching Today 

Blogs to Promote Authentic Learning

Social Networking  Education Week Digital Direcctions 


General Resources


Brain-based Research
Local Initiatives State Funded Initiatives State Partnerships
National Resources

Bloom's Revised Taxonomy

Blooming Butterfly

Blooming Orange

Teaching with Bloom's Taxonomy

Discovery Education




NC Wise Owl  


 SAS Curriculum Pathways


Common Core Standards





Classroom Resources

Response System  Mentimeter Today's Meet Polleverywhere  
Podcasting  Audacity BuzzSprout


Presentation SlidesGo SlideMania   
Primary Source Spartacus Edu National Archives  DocsTeach  Avalon Project 





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