Check out, follow, and bookmark these great Ed Tech blogs and websites. Use them to learn more about educational technology and how to use it in your classroom. Know of a great site that isn’t listed below? Add it to the Padlet on the Ed Tech Resources page or send me the link.
The following sites are organized alphabetically.
Learn from Matt Miller as he discusses all things Ed Tech and how to use it in your classroom. In his words, “I provide practical, ‘use it in class tomorrow solutions to teachers’ classroom needs.” Head over to his site right now and learn why you might just want to ditch your textbook!
This blog by Educational Technology covers an amazing amount of topics and new posts appear daily! This site also serves as a huge source of resources for Ed tech tools, Google Drive, Chrome tools, Android, iPad, and much, much more. It is one-stop shopping at it’s best!
Follow Richard’s blog as he discusses varies ed tech tools. The best part? After each description, he includes a section titled “Application for Education.” As this site’s name implies, “the purpose of this site is to share information about free resources that teachers can use in their classrooms.”
These weekly podcasts are hosted by Matt Miller and Kasey Bell and are “designed to give K-12 educators practical ideas for using G Suite and other Google tools.” Many different subscription methods are available – Apple, Android, Spotify, iHeart, RSS, etc.
The International Society for Technology Education provides ed tech standards for students, educators, administrators, and coaches. In addition, ISTE provides a variety of resources to help educators implement these standards at their school.
Join Kasey Bell and her mission to “shake up learning.” Through her blog, podcasts, books, and courses, Kasey provides ed tech resources to “help you learn how to integrate technology meaningfully into your classroom, pick up some cool tips and tricks, and access free resources and ideas.
Learn from Alice Keeler through her blog and books. She even offers online courses (for a fee). Alice also provides a huge list of ed tech tools complete with descriptions and links as well as templates that will prevent you from reinventing the wheel.
The Tech & Learning blog offers information on a variety of ed tech issues. In addition, this site’s resource page provides apps of the day, sites of the week, videos, webinars, papers and more.