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Digitizing History
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 12/19/2007
The American Memory project, begun at the dawn of the digital age in 1994, is putting America's historical record online, and making it available free to scholars and to citizens and to your students.

Linking Sites
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 11/20/2007
This week's article covers one important aspect of the web publishing process: how to arrange a collection of sites into a single folder with a master home page.

Media and Messages
James Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 10/24/2007
Consider replacing a traditional assignment this semester with a podcasting assignment.

Shooting Yourself
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 10/16/2007
This article provides some ideas and tips that will help you take full advantage of digital video capture, storage, and analysis technologies to improve the preparation and continued professional development of teachers. It describes a process to plan, capture, edit, analyze, and store video clips of teachers at work.

Basic Technology Competencies (Part 2)
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 10/08/2007
What should every teacher be able to do with the newest computer technologies?

Basic Technology Competencies (Part 1)
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 09/25/2007
What should every teacher be able to do with the newest computer technologies? Here are some ideas drawn from organizations such as ISTE and state certification offices, as well as from the reports of more than a thousand practicing teachers who participated in the Teacher Technology Profile during the past year.

Miniaturization
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 09/18/2007
The technology may be getting smaller, but the educational applications seem to be growing.

Consumers or Producers?
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 09/05/2007
This article looks at how we as teachers, need to understand how our students produce their own media, and then figure out how to exploit this production process into our curriculum.

Writing Together
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 06/18/2007
This week's article offers two mundane yet effective techniques that involve technology and writing with collaborators.

Two COWs
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 06/06/2007
Here’s a look a two different kinds of COWs (Curriculum on Wheels).

Summer Top Ten
Jim Lengel, Hunter College CUNY, 05/16/2007
Sometimes shutting off the computer can give you a whole new perspective. Here are some thoughts about how to take a break.

Podcasts for Prosody
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 05/03/2007
Read how literacy has gained a new ally called podcasting when high schoolers and fourth graders become a reading team.

The Net on a Silver Platter
Guest Columnist Dr. Merle Marsh, 04/25/2007
Taking just a bit of time to organize the delivery of blogs and other items of continuing interest can save you time, effort, and give you what you want - when you want.

Video Podcasts
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 04/19/2007
This week's article covers how to make a video podcast, that can combine audio and moving video, and play on a computer or an iPod.

Teacher Technology Competencies - Part 2
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education CUNY, 04/13/2007
This week's article finishes the list started in last week's article of what teacher technology competencies might look like.

Teacher Technology Competencies - Part I
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education CUNY, 04/06/2007
This week's article proposes a partial list of what a list of teacher technology competencies might look like.

Integrating Technology: A Practical Guide
Merle Marsh, Guest Columnist, 03/29/2007
Integrating Technology: A Practical Guide by James and Kathleen Lengel is a must-have resource for educators. All teachers and school administrators will appreciate the book's innovative ideas, concrete suggestions, and online component, which tackle the how-tos of bringing dynamic use of technologies into all classrooms.

Spaces for Learning
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 03/12/2007
This week's article may help a teacher who is re-configuring her own classroom, as well as a committee designing a renovation or a new school to think about how a classroom might look and work in the digital age.

Audio Homework 2
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 03/06/2007
The first article in this series provided directions on creating your own simple podcast. This week takes the process a step further, showing you how to add images to your podcast.

Audio Homework
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 02/27/2007
With more and more of students owning iPods and spending all those hours listening these days, why not have them listen to something worthwhile?

Project-Based Learning
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 02/20/2007
PROJECT is a 7-part rubric that can guide teachers and students doing active projects.

I Need My Space
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 02/09/2007
Social networking sites fill some basic human needs, but is there a way to draw kids away from the commercial exploitation?

Free Windows Software
Adam Marsh, Guest Columnist, 02/02/2007
Sometimes we forget about the wealth of free utilities that are available online. In this list you'll find some nifty additions for any Windows system.

Free Macintosh Apps
Adam Marsh, Guest Columnist, 01/25/2007
Sometimes we forget about the wealth of free software that's available online. In this list you'll find some nifty additions for your Macintosh system.

Windows vs. Mac
James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 01/17/2007
Here are some comments from the front on how to survive in a dual platform world.



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