111 EdTech Resources You May Have Missed–Treasure Chest July 3, 2011

by on July 3, 2011

It has been a HUGE week in EdTech this week with ISTE 2011, Google+, Microsoft 365 and the rumor of Facebook’s big announcement next week (can someone say videochat).

I’m writing this introduction before I start wading through everything I’ve collected this past week. Not everything I think is important when I collect it makes it into the final list. However, even before I start the list, something tells me that this may be my biggest Treasure Chest ever.

So, welcome to this week’s edition of Treasure Chest—111 (Yes-111!!!) EdTech Resources You May Have Missed.

It’s really difficult to keep up with all that happens in educational technology. This is my attempt to make it just a little easier. I post a Treasure Chest every Sunday!

Featured

Tools

How-To

iOS

Miscellaneous

Video/Slideshow

YouTube – ISTE Music Video: Say Hey (I Love School)

ISTE Music Video: Say Hey (I Love School)

YouTube – ISTE 2011 Opening Keynote: Dr. John Medina (full-length)–Webcast archive of the ISTE 2011 opening keynote presentation featuring Dr. John Medina with a welcome by ISTE President Holly Jobe.

ISTE Opening Keynote

 

YouTube – ‪GOOD: 4th of July – the Real Fireworks‬‏–We asked our community, ‘What do you love about America?

 

4th of July—The Real Fireworks

 

YouTube – ‪ISTE 2011 Closing Keynote: Chris Lehmann (full)‬‏–The full-length webcast archive from the ISTE 2011 closing keynote featuring Chris Lehmann.

 

ISTE 2011 Closing Keynote: Chris Lehman
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  • Greg Swanson

    Hey Jeff
    Thanks for the mentions this month, it will take me all of next month just to check out the extensive resources you have here. Thanks for sharing your list of great sites. Keep up the outstanding work, we all know how much time and effort this must take.

    • http://www.coachjeffreythomas.com Jeffrey Thomas

      Thanks Greg! Sometimes it does get overwhelming so I appreciated the kind words–so far, so good!

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