Welcome!

This wikisite is created for K-16 teachers and anyone who is interested in technology. You will find information about trends, issues and research in integrating technology in teaching and learning. Feel free to browse links to different topics.If you find any broken links email LAN.



Web 2.0

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Blogs

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Wikis

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RSS

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Social Bookmarking

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Podcasts

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Online Videos

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Social Networking

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Digital Images

Virtual Field Trips

Museums-Schools

Flickr- Fair Use

WebQuests


Productivity Tools



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Word Processing



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Spreadsheet



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Multimedia Presentation



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MS Resources



Trends

Online PD

Assistive Technology

Virtual Schools

1-1 Laptop

Media Literacy

Data Management

Data Projectors

Web based Resources

Interactive Boards

SmartBoards
Promethean
Mimio

Tablets

Handhelds

APPS

Digital Reader

Virtual Reality

PRS-Clickers

Map MashUps


Issues

Plagiarism

Copyright

Cyber-Ethics

Cyberbullying -Video

Internet Safety-Video

Accessibility

Digital Divide

Social Justice

Quality Assurance

Assessment

Funding

Research (Evidence Based)


Documents

Illinois Core Technology Standards

Illinois Learning Standards

Sample K-12 Curriculum

Curriculum_Foci.pdf


Professional Organizations

International Society of Technology Education (ISTE)

National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS)

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)

Child Life Council (CLC)



Accessing our IWU Server Space

1. Download WinSCP (Windows) or FUGU (Mac).

2. Once installed, open WinSCP or FUGU.

3. Type in host name: sun.iwu.edu and log in using your myiwu account.

4. Create a folder for E271.

5. Transfer, copy, or save file from your desktop to your server space.

6. Once copied open the file to check you copied the latest version.


Accessing our Course Blog

1. You will use your google account to access our course blog. If you don't have google account create one.

2. Use your google username and password to log in to our Course Blog.



Refworks

1. We will use Refworks to keep a database of our reading materials.

2. Learn more about Refworks through the webminars or tutorials.

3. Keep a copy of Refworks Quick Start Guide or access the online help if you need help.