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Integrated Technology

15 Things Teachers & Students Can Do with Edmodo (157K PDF) -- Edmodo is a microblogging system designed specifically for teachers and students.

Camtasia Studio® -- This product helps you create professional appearing videos. You can record your on-screen activity, customize and edit content. This is a great resource for the novice or more experienced in technology and provides free tutorials and tech support.

EducationWorld® -- A resource that contains a plethora of lesson plans, information how to integrate technology into the classroom, gives website reviews and has special features, such as Everyday Edits. This resource is filled with so much information, but please be aware that the site does not align lessons with standards.

Graphite -- Built by teachers for teachers is a free service from nonprofit Common Sense Media to help preK-12 educators discover, use and share the best apps, games, websites and digital curricula for their students by providing unbiased, rigorous ratings and practical insights from a community of teachers.

Have you been paying attention? -- Since most of today's students can appropriately be labeled as Digital Learners, why do so many teachers refuse to enter the digital age ... "Have you been paying attention?" video motivates them to do so.

HippoCampus.org -- A free academic website that delivers videos, animations, simulations to middle-school, high-school teachers and students. This is can be used as an open resource for personalized learning.

Khan Academy -- A nonprofit educational organization that provides free videos and interactive exercises for students of all academic levels. Teachers can monitor their student’s progress and access resources on this site.

Technology Sites and Resources (413K PDF) -- KYAE recommended technology sites and resources.

Wonderopolis -- This website was listed by TIME magazine as one of the “50 Top Websites in 2011.” Each day the site poses an intriguing question and explores it in variety of ways. All “wonders” are archived.

YouTube.com/Teachers -- This site features tips and tricks for bringing over 400 Common Core videos into the classroom. YouTube.com/Teachers is part of YouTube EDU, which features over 700 educational videos featuring leading academic experts.

 

Distance Learning

DigitalLearn.org -- This website is an excellent resource for beginning computer users and or for people with very limited computer skills. It has handouts to go along with the lessons.

Distance Learning (OCTAE) -- U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education distance learning resources.

EdReady – powered by NROC, this site offers free instruction in all levels of mathematics as preparation for college entrance.

Fast Forward – powered by Kentucky Educational Television (KET), this site offers preparation for high school equivalency tests.