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Resolving to Get Up to Speed
by Diane S. Kendall, 12/18/2003
Even with budget cuts rearing their ugly heads, there is one sure-fire way to beat them, especially when it comes to technology - learn to use what you already have even better!

Clicker Can Change the Way Children Write
by Diane S. Kendall, 11/21/2003
Clicker 4 from Crick Software takes talking word processors for young writers to a whole new level with its use of a grid assistant full of words, pictures and sound.

algebra'scool Lives Up to It's Name
by Diane S. Kendall, 10/24/2003
Here's a math series on DVD that uses a compelling set of animated characters to entice all kinds of learners.

Stationery Studio Deserves Instant Recognition
by Diane S. Kendall, 09/25/2003
A new piece of teacher and kid friendly software called Stationery Studio promotes student writing by giving elementary students great places to put their words.

Print Shop Deluxe Writes Again
by Diane S. Kendall, 06/16/2003
Here is an oldie but much enhanced "goodie" that belongs in every classroom.

The Zoombinis Come to the Rescue of Thinking Out of the Box
by Diane S. Kendall, 05/16/2003
Here's a piece of software that offers students and teachers a chance to think and strategize out of the mathematical "box."

Fighting New Teacher Blues at Scholastic.com
by Diane S. Kendall, 04/17/2003
I often, almost flippantly, tell young teachers that there's lots of help waiting for them on the Web. That's true, but it didn't come home to me how overwhelming some of that well intentioned help can be until I looked at the outstanding new web site from Scholastic that is aimed strictly at new teachers and immediately cuts to the chase.

Technology By the Book - ISTE Publications Make It Easy
by Diane S. Kendall, 03/14/2003
Whether you are a beginner at computers or have been dabbling in technology for a long time, the publications of ISTE offer some fresh ideas, approaches and are filled to the gills with solid, practical information.

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