ictQATAR and CNA-Q to Host Conference on ICT in Education Interactive Conference to Address Ways Technology Can Improve Learning Featuring Gary Stager, Sylvia Martinez, Julie Lindsay, and other presenters and participants at the event. e-Education ICT in Education 2009 The Supreme Council for Information and Communication Technology (ictQATAR) and College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q) hosted the second annual conference on e-education, "ICT Conference 2009: Exploring ICT in Education" on March 7 and 8, 2009 at CNA-Q's Duhail Campus.
Are you LinkedIn? Do your students Tweet during a field trip? If you’re like many NSTA members, the answer is “yes” with a caveat: Not in school. Excellent article featuring James gates, includes brief info about Flat Classroom and use of social media tools
This blog is a space for reflections on research relating to young children's engagement with popular culture, media and new technologies. The focus is on children aged from birth to eight, although not exclusively.
When you play a game at Gwap, you aren't just having fun. You're helping the world become a better place. By playing our games, you're training computers to solve problems for humans all over the world.
'Ideas to Inspire' is a collection of collaborative presentations, which offer a large number of ideas for engaging lesson activities. They are the result of the collaboration of teachers from all around the world.
Don Tapscott outlines many of the inaccurate, yet unfortunately popular, stereotypes of the Net Generation in Grown Up Digital. What is your reaction to the negative characterization of youth today? Over 200 teachers and students from the Net Generation Education (Flat Classroom) project have responded to this so far.