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EdTech Blogs We Love: Dangerously Irrelevant, 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning, Hey Jude

Posted in Ed Tech on May 13, 2011 by

In this post, check out 3 more EdTech Blogs We Love!

1. Dangerously Irrelevant

Dangerously Irrelevant is written by Scott McLeod, J.D., Ph.D., an Associate Professor in the Educational Administration Program at Iowa State University. He directs the nation’s only academic center dedicated to the technology needs of school administrators. Dangerously Irrelevant is a great blog for teachers, administrators, and parents interested in issues surrounding educational technology. Dangerously Irrelevant is especially admirable for the way in which it manages to discuss high-level edtech issues without losing sight of how these new developments will affect students.

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2. 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

Michael Gorman, the blogger behind 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning, oversees the Integrated Solutions Block, a program in Indiana serving 1050 students integrating technology with core standards. 21st Century Educational Technology and Learning is particularly helpful for teachers looking for in-depth explorations of the ways in which various ed-tech resources can be used in the classroom. Gorman also posts intriguing opinion pieces about recent developments in the world of educational technology.

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3. Hey Jude: Learning in an Online World

Hey Jude is written by Judy O’Connell, an educator and information professional. Hey Jude has informative, helpful blog posts about new developments in edtech tools and tips for classroom integration, as well as thought-provoking meditations on the challenges and advantages of embracing technology.

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