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More and more teachers are integrating technology in the classroom
. After all, the world’s a changin’ and it’s scary how many kids know more about computers than their parents.
Here at Blog.ClassroomTeacher.ca, we blog for many reasons
- to show cutting-edge ways that K-12 teachers integrate technology into the classroom,
- to network with other teachers who blog,
- to model for our students that some teachers in-fact do write, and the writing process isn’t something we just do in school.
- to showcase our work
Although we teach in the province of Ontario (Canada), many of the ideas we discuss are applicable around the world. After all, the internet has truly made our world a global village.
Writing for us
Blog.ClassroomTeacher.ca is accepting articles about classroom technology. You must be currently teaching in the classroom or in the field of education. Articles must be 400-800 words in length and focus on the use of technology in the K-12 classroom.
Please leave a comment below if you are interested.
About Kisu Kuroneko
Kisu Kuroneko is the editor-in-chief of Blog.ClassroomTeacher.ca. He currently teaches Grade 7 and 8 and can be reached online at info at classroomteacher dot ca
Kisu Kuroneko is a pseudonym
because it’s important to model internet safety.
The internet is not a babysitter. Do you know what your children are doing?
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