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EdTech Blogs We Love: TeachPaperless, Clint Lalonde, TipLine

Posted in Teacher Tools on April 18, 2011 by

In this week’s EdTech Blogs We Love, check out three great blogs helping to advance the educational technology field.

TeachPaperless

TeachPaperless started as a blog detailing teacher Shelly Blake-Plock’s quest to teach in a paperless classroom. Now, TeachPaperless has grown into a collaboratively written blog (there are 10 contributing writers in addition to Blake-Plock); one of the blog’s greatest strengths lies in its diversity of perspectives. TeachPaperless also goes beyond merely documenting trends in educational technology to speak to broader issues of pedagogy and student engagement.

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TipLine – Gates’ Computer Tips

TipLine is written by Jim Gates, a 30+ year veteran of the education field who is passionate about using technology to enhance teaching and learning. TipLine features a weekly roundup of helpful tech tips, as well as impassioned “thought pieces,” based on anecdotes and/or personal experience, that serve as springboards for broader discussions about technology and learning.

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ClintLalonde.net

Clint Lalonde works at the Manager of Learning Technology at Royal Roads University, a Canadian school which blends online learning with on-campus residencies and bills itself as “Canada’s University for Working Professionals.” ClintLalonde.net, his personal blog, contains a plethora of thoughtful posts analyzing recent studies, articles, and personal experiences related to educational technology.

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