The Best of 2012: EdTech Resources

Source: Milwaukee MediaIt is time for our 2nd annual winter break homework assignment: The Best of 2012 EdTech Resources post has arrived! Below you will find the most popular articles I shared throughout the past 12 months. Each of these articles were read by at least 100 of our friends on Twitter (a few by over 1600) and then re-read via other blog posts and our monthly newsletter. So needless to say they are worthy of the spotlight one more time! To receive these updates in real time as I share them, be sure you follow @DyKnow on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook.

What do you think of this year’s list? What articles would you have included? What trends did I miss? Comment below and be sure to share with a friend or two.

“Technology should be like oxygen: ubiquitous, necessary and invisible”-Terence Carty

Teaching + Professional Development:

“Human beings don’t naturally all learn the same material at the same pace and in the same way.  One-to-one technology allows teachers to differentiate their content delivery and student assignments to meet the needs of all students.” -Mark Pullen

Learning + 21st Century Skills:

“I get very excited about what is happening in our classrooms when I visit and I see students highly engaged in non-traditional instruction.” -Dr. Daniel L. Frazier

One-to-One + BYOD Deployments:

“It is no longer optimal to have everyone do the same thing, at the same time, in the same way.” -Amanda Paquette

EdTech Device + Deployment Management:

“Anytime, anywhere access is accepted, demanded and anticipated. So what are you going to do about it?” -Ernest Staats

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