6 open source tools to help educators stay organized

From Open Source by Tatiana Kochedykova URL: http://opensource.com/education/15/9/6-open-source-tools-help-educators-stay-organized Image by : opensource.com ​ The number of universities and schools that have opted for open source alternatives of popular properties solutions has significantly increased over the last years. We often hear about adopting OpenOffice or LibreOffice as alternatives to Microsoft Office or about replacing Windows with Linux. Nevertheless, the…

Top 4 Android video editing apps for teachers

From Educational Technology and Mobile Learning URL: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2015/07/top-4-android-video-editing-apps-for-teachers.html We have been receiving this request from several teachers asking for some reliable Android apps for editing and creating instructional videos. Here are four titles we would recommend. These are very simple Android  apps that any teacher teacher can use with ease to create beautiful videos. You can…

Infographic: Most Teachers Don't Feel Prepared to Use Technology in Classrooms

From Atomic Learning  by Amy Schoenrock URL: http://blog.atomiclearning.com/infographic-most-teachers-dont-feel-prepared-use-technology-classrooms From Techlearning.com where we found this infographic: “Although 90 percent of teachers believe that technology in the classroom is important to student success, 60 percent of teachers feel they are inadequately prepared to use technology in classrooms, according to research released by Samsung Electronics America and GfK.”