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Along with learning how to manage the classroom and organizing curriculum, British teachers now must worry about learning technology protocol, reports the Manchester Evening News. Due to possible accusations and complaints against teachers, The National Union of Teachers (NUT) is advising teachers not to text-message students outside of school.
An 'open source' repository for syllabi, lectures, lesson plans and more.
Sendio says its hardware/software solution can solve schools' spam woes.
Teachers Without Borders rolls out easy to use, open source software to facilitate open courseware, content authoring and collaboration.
St. Louis system allows schools to send out emergency and routine notices to parents' cell and home phones, as well as text messages.
School districts will need to invest more in proper storage and retrieval technology, training and procedures.
Facebook, Pick-A-Prof deal lets students see who will be in their classes before they sign up. Now if they linked up with HotOrNot.com, they'd really have something.
Presidents like the buzz of the blog but real live student comments sometimes are cause for pause.