Middle School Math iPod Touch Blog

Integrating Technology into the Middle School Classroom

Blogs about using iPod Touch in Middle School April 6, 2011

The internet and the world of blogging has made networking between educators much easier! We are so fortunate to live in a time where we can have advice of other teachers at the tip of our fingers, and a wealth of resources are available for those attempting to incorporate technology into the classroom. Here are just a few of the sites I prefer to follow for blogs related to educational technology, middle school math, iPod Touch, and teaching in a web 2.0 world.

Please feel free to contact me by comment if you would like to see your blog included in my list. Thanks to all fellow bloggers for your continued support and information you share with others every day!

http://myedet650.blogspot.com/

http://dlane650.blogspot.com/

http://edet650kknachel.blogspot.com/

http://ipoduseforsolremediation.blogspot.com/

http://powertolearn.typepad.com/teacher_tech_blog/ipod/

http://educationtechnologyblog.com/

http://edtechlife.com/

http://www.edutopia.org/blogs

http://mscomputerteacher.com/2011/03/17/technology-in-education-ipods-and-the-ischool-initiative/

http://www.msteacher2.org/profiles/blog/list?tag=math

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One Response to “Blogs about using iPod Touch in Middle School”

  1. I just stumbled upon your site and I gotta say this is a very good thing you are promoting. I applaud you for trying to promote the iPod touch as an educational and learning tool. Instead of using the iPod touch as just an entertainment and recreational device, it can be used as a very powerful educational tool.


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