Monday, December 13, 2010

Honored To Contribute To The Super Book of Web Tools For Educators

I am honored to have been asked by Richard Byrne to contribute to The Super Book of Web Tools For Educators (below).  Richard's Free Technology for Teachers blog is a phenomenal resource for educators who are looking for free, easy-to-use tools for their classrooms.  I am hopeful that this book will be a valuable resource to others looking to integrate web tools into their repertoire.  Please pass it along to anyone who you think would be interested


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I cannot say enough about the others who collaborated on this free e-book.  They are all listed below with a link to their amazing blogs and sites.  

George Couros - Principal in Stony Plain, Alberta whose blog The Principal of Change was nominated as The Best School Administrators Blog for the 2010 Edublog Awards.

Kelly Tenkely - A teacher from Colorado whose blog iLearn Technology was the winner of the Best Educational Technology and Support Blog in last year's Edublog Awards.  

Larry Ferlazzo - An ESL teacher and educational author from Sacramento, CA who receives accolades annually for his phenomenal blog, Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... Larry is nominated for five awards this year, including a Lifetime Achievement Award

Lee Kolbert - A teacher from Florida whose blog, A GeekyMomma's Blog, was nominated as the Best Teacher Blog. Lee was also nominated for the Most Influential Post of the Year for her post I'm Not Who You Think I Am (It's a must read). 

Beth Still - A teacher in Nebraska who has a great blog Nebraska Change Agent. Beth was nominated for two Edublog awards for The Best Use of A PLN  and Best Individual Tweeter.

Cory Plough - A teacher from Nevada who maintains an awesome blog The Next Step. Cory also teaches Beginning Online Teaching for Boise State's Education Technology Department.

Adam Bellow -  The President and founder of eduTecher, a great site to find out about the latest technology resources.

Silvia Tolisano - Silvia's blog Langwitches was nominated for three Edublog Awards, including Best Individual Blog and Best Teacher Blog. Silvia is also the author of the book Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators.

2 comments:

  1. Gracias et Danke!!! I started to read Silvia Tolisano's blog on Langwitches. It will help me in the classroom. Thanks again for putting this together for us!!

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  2. Amazing resource! Splitting it up into sections for Elementary, Middle, High School and so on is great! Thank you. :)

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