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1. The role of online learning both for teachers and students.
2. The ability to provide home access to school resources, 24x7x7.
3. The need to provide a structured plan for the acquisition of software and digital content.
4. The emerging role of web-based software allowing web access to resources and lower hardware and support costs.
5. The emerging role of data in decision making.(warehousing & SIF)
6. Unified desktops (portals) that aggregate appropriate resources and allow single log ons to multiple applications.
7. Lower computer costs making \"one to one\" more feasible.
8. WiMax and meshed WiFi making the school network accessible from home.
9. A new emphasis on innovative Leadership to inspire change in teaching and learning.
10. New networking strategies including \"virtualization\" and \"remote support\" that lower support costs and allow re-allocation of resources to \"one to one\" initiatives.
11. Inclusion of students in the planning process and as a resource in implementing the plan.
12. Identifying whether you are a candidate to move to Open Source software.
13. Converging data, voice, and video into one network. This can save substantial resources over the years.
14. Upgrades to Security (both data and network), asset tagging (inlcuding software license checks), Back up and Disaster Recovery plans.
15. Web 2.0 resources to change the model from using web resources to creating web resources.
16. Video conferencing to connect students and teachers.
17. Technology can be used to provide access to experts. Writer's in Electronic Residence connects students to authors.
18. Simulations and visualizations help promote deeper understanding of abstract concepts. Example: Gizmos.
19. Probes and data collectors allow students to explore the world around them in real-time.
20. Technology can open the world of hands-on learning in Robotics and Programming including Games.
21. Technolgy can be a key ingredient in the arts: Movies, Podcasts, Music, Graphic Arts, and more.
22. Virtual worlds allow students to create environments, experience learning in new ways, and connect to others outside their classrooms.
23. Technology can help in identifying your students' learning styles.
24. Data-driven instructional improvement strategy http://www.learningfront.com/LF_strategy.html
25. Online and Online2 professional development for instructional improvement http://www.learningfront.com/pd.html
26. Developing a data-driven standards-based lesson using a web 2.0 tool http://www.taskbuilderonline.com/Media/example_task.mov
27. Sample data-driven standards-based lessons developed by teachers using a web 2.0 tool - TaskBuilderOnline http://www.learningfront.com/jfk/pages/jfk_teach.html
28. LearningFront -- combining people, teaching, and technology to create new and better ways of learning http://www.learningfront.com/
29. Techologies for Teaching and Learning is a portal to discussions of new software, tutorials, strategies and issues of interest to those who want to use technology to enhance teaching effectiveness and facilitate learning.
30. Letter to a First Year Teacher (How to Get Started Integrating Technology in the Classroom)
31. Virtual=Real, very short reviews of interesting online tools and technologies and their potential uses with students, particularly ESL/EFL.
32. The TeachersFirst Edge has tool reviews and safety and implementation ideas for web 2.0 in the classroom. Very teacher-friendly.
33. Public Domain Images Copyright friendly - public domain images, free for any private or commercial use, credit or back link is not required.
34. 4 Free Photos - Collection of over 3000 images under a Creative Commons license.
35. Alegri Photos - Free images perfect for school projects.
36. Motivation - Free ways to motivate yourself
37. Free Photo Gallery - A collection of images, usable for any project