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What is the Cloud?


We talk about it, but what does it really look like? The cloud, simply, refers to software and services that run on the Internet instead of your computer. Apple iCloud, Dropbox, Netflix, Amazon Cloud Drive, Flickr, Google Drive, Microsoft Office 365, Yahoo Mail — those are all cloud services.


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Teacher Guides Galore



These guides are completely free for you to use and all  we ask from you is to to pay credit to Educational Technology and Mobile Learning if you want to reuse them somewhere else.

1 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Blogs in Teaching

2 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Facebook in Education

3 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Wikis in Education

4 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Skype in Education

5 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of iPad in Education

6 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Personal Learning Networks in Education

7 – Educators Guide on The Use of Pinterest in Education

8 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Graphic Organizers in The Classroom

9 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Evernote in Education

10 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of QR Codes in The Classroom

11 – Teacher’s Comprehensive Guide on The Use of Social Networking in Education

12 – A Simple Guide to All That Teachers Need to Know about Digital Citizenship

13 – Teachers’ Easy Guide to Social Learning

14 – Teacher’s Guide to Creativity

15 – A Quick Guide to Teaching with iPad

16 – Teachers Guide to Create eBooks on iPad Using iBook Author

17 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Google Docs in The iPad

18 – Teachers Easy Guide to Google Best Services

19  –Teacher’s Guide to Flipped Classroom

20 – A Free Comprehensive Guide to iPad Apps Evaluation

21 – Teacher’s Definitive Guide to Google Search Skills

22 – Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Games in Education

23 – Teacher’s Guide to The Most Important Web Tools in Education

24 – Teacher’s Simple Guide on The Use of Google Forms in The Classroom

25 – Teacher’s Guide to All Google Tips in Education

26 – Teacher’s Guide to Blended Learning

27 – Teacher’s Guide on how To Evaluate Web Content for Classroom Inclusion

28 – The Ultimate Guide to The 21st Century Critical Thinking Skills for Teachers and Students

29 – A Quick Guide on Bloom’s Taxonomy iPad Apps

30 – Teacher’s Guide to The Importance of Learning from Mistakes and Errors

31 – The Entire Guide to Google Search Features for Teachers

32 – The Entire Guide to Google Free Tools for Teachers and Students

33 – Great Guide to Summer Learning Activities

34 – Teacher’s Guide to Chat Acronyms and Text Message Short hands

35 – Teacher’s Guide on Creating Personal Learning Net2works

36- Teacher’s Guide on The Use of Google Sheets

37- Teacher’s Roadmap to The Use of Twitter in Education

38- Teacher’s Simple Guide to Teaching with Videos

39- Teacher’s Easy Guide to Social Learning

40- Teacher’s Guide to Connected Learning

41- Teachers’ Guide on The Use of Podcasting in Education

42- Life-long Learning : Best Tools and Strategies for Teachers

43-Teachers Guide to The Use of Digital Portfolios

44- Teachers Guide on The Use of Google Docs, Presentation, and Spreadsheet

45- Teachers Guide on The Use of Google Site in The Classroom

46- A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint

Teaching Habits and Attitudes for 21st Century Learning



Habitudes ( a compound name made up of habits and attitudes) are ” daily disciplined decisions that successful learners choose to make and a specific attitude that demonstrates a new mindset and way of thinking about the world and one’s place in it.” The seven  habitudes angels defines in this book include:

  1. imagination
  2. Curiosity
  3. Self-awareness
  4. Courage
  5. Adaptability
  6. Perseverance
  7. Passion

Angela argues that these seven  habitudes are essential for effective learning to take place. She further dubs them important behaviours for improving student’s performance in school and beyond school.

Classroom Habitudes contains nine chapters, eight define the habitudes and describe activities for teaching them, and one offers some final thoughts about the concepts. Each chapter is organized in service of the to-be concept and provides guidance for your modelling, demonstrating, and supporting students’ practice as the learners and leaders I know they cam become with your guidance. The appendices prove additional resources, direction for creating and using the habitudes notebook, and a tool for assessing students’ understanding of the habitudes before and after their study.


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