The Educator's PLN

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Other Education Ning Sites

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ISTE13 The ISTE 2013 Conference Ning is the social networking hub for The International Society for Technology in Education's 2013 conference.

ASCD edge A Professional Networking Community for Educators


New York State Assocition of Computers and Technology in Education (NYSCATE) A social network for educators interested in NYSCATE members, events and conferences. NYSCATE is an ISTE Affiliate.

Classr
oom 2.0 The social network for those interested in  Web 2.0, Social Media, and Participative Technologies in the classroom. 

 

EDUTOPIA What works in Educaton. The George Lucas Educational Foundation


National Council for Teachers of English

The English Companion Ning  A place to ask questions and get help. A community dedicated to helping you enjoy your work. A cafe without walls or coffee: just friends.


National Council for Social Studies Share knowledge, resources, and ideas and connect with other social studies educators!

Biology Educators Ning A SYNAPSE is a minute gap between nerve cells which transmits crucial information through the nervous system. The goal of this network is to perform a similar "synaptic" function between biology instructors of all levels and locations.


Technology Integration in Education Whether your role is K-12, corporate training, non-profit, or higher education, TIE is the site that brings us together to explore all that is happening in educational technology. 


Teacher Vodcasting and Flipped Classroom Network This site is devoted to teaching educators how to use vodcasting and the flipped classroom.


EFL Clasroom 2.0  English Language Learning and Teaching. ESL, EFL, TEFL, TESOL, and students.



iPads in Education The goal of this community is to promote innovation in education through the use of technology. The site is not sponsored by Apple nor does it endorse the use of any specific technology or product.


How to Partner with Pearson and Ning for a free education Ning Mini site: Ning Mini for Educators


Other Education Websites


eduTecher


Web2.0/21st Century Tools


TeacherCast


Teacher Tech Vids


TPACK iPad Project In Schools (TIPS)


iPads and Mobile Media in Education


youPD Quest for what works


Educational Technology and Mobile Learning




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