Whether you’re new to education technology or a seasoned professional, there’s always something new to learn when it comes to edtech. There’s a new app or tool announced just about every day. Lucky for you, sites like Edudemic try to keep their finger on the pulse of what’s happening in this space.
Sometimes though, teachers and administrators come together and assemble an incredible resource that’s able to benefit any educator at any skill level in any grade. From novice to expert-level tech integrators, there’s an e-book of particular note that you should check out.
It’s called the ‘Super Book of Web Tools for Educators‘ and was uploaded about a year ago. It’s available at Scribd and is embedded below. It’s 83 pages long and was created by some of the biggest names in education technology integration: Steven Anderson, Adam Bellow, Richard Byrne, George Couros, Larry Ferlazzo, Lee Kolbert, Patrick Larkin, Cory Plough, Beth Still, Kelly Tenkely, and Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano.
I’ve embedded the book below. It walks you through the basic questions like why you should / shouldn’t integrate technology, if it’s right for you, the best resources for your skill level / grade, and so much more. Heck, it’s 83 pages. Enjoy and be sure to share it with any teacher you think might benefit from this terrific guide!