Where can I go if I am hungry for technology in a one stop pit stop? Feedly.com? Will they have what I am starving for?
First I look at the menu. There is so much here for every appetite and taste. What to choose is quite a task.
Next I start narrowing my focus to what I need to fulfill my 'nutritional' technology needs at this time.
Free is always good for teacher resources. I found a great video, Practical Ed Tech Live (PET), on the Free Technology for Teachers feed in which the host, Richard Byrne, answers a number of questions listed below the video. PET is live every Thursday at 3:30 p.m EDT at bitly.com/petlive46.
Within the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning feed there is a wealth of learning Apps for elementary students from resources for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) educators; iPad writing apps; Bloomz parent communication tool; digital story-telling apps; etc.
The Edudemic feed introduces me to 15 top educators to follow on Twitter, tips for keeping students engaged and others. However, the links are not working. This is too bad because they seem quite interesting. Note: I sent a tweet to Edudemic to let them know that even their most recent posts are inaccessible.
What can I say? I love TED talks!! By association I believe I will love TED Education. I found a very interesting video on why are some people left-handed. Why does this particular topic pique my interest? I am a leftie. I have never been forced to use my right hand, ever. However, it is a right-handed world when it comes to most kitchen tools - can opener, scissors, measuring cups; sitting next to people when eating; instruments (guitar and other string instruments); computer mice; etc. I am always having to accommodate for these. However, I am a left-handed pitcher and batter when I play baseball. :)