Visit our Digital Ethics page to find information on copyright and web resources to download images and music for educational use.
Our Parents page has excellent resources for parents interested in more information on how to keep kids safe in cyberspace.
K-12 educators will love the resources on our Teachers page as it was designed to be a quick resource for teachers on tools to integrate technology into any class curriculum. Whether you are looking to collaborate, communicate or explore, there is a resource for you!
Special Education Resources
The use of technology can level the playing field for the special education student and give them more independence in their learning environment. Visit our Special Education page to learn about current trends in integrating technology for the special education student.
Informative How-To Tutorials
Need instruction on how to create an animation? What about podcasting, blogging or creating a wiki? Make sure to check out our How-To page for tips on how to use these Web 2.0 tools.
About The Creators
Amy Clark is a teacher-librarian for two elementary schools in Waxahachie ISD. She has been a library media specialist for the last 12 years. Her 26 years in education include teaching grades 2-5 along with special education. Amy holds degrees from Texas Christian University and University of North Texas. She is currently working on her masters degree in Educational Technology Leadership from Lamar University.
Kelley Davis is the Team Lead for the group. She has been a business and technology teacher for over 5 years and has proven experience in successfully integrating technology into curriculum. Kelley holds a Computer Science degree from Tulane University and is currently a student in Lamar University's Educational Technology Masters Program.
Andrea has been an educator for seven years and is currently employed with the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. She teaches Social Studies and has a deep passion for technology. Andrea holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, and is pursuing a master's in Educational Technology Leadership from Lamar University in order to promote technology infusion in the classroom.
Natasha is currently a student in Lamar University's Educational Technology Masters Program and holds her BA in History from the University of Texas at Austin. She has taught Social Studies, Special Education, and RTI for the past 6 years and enjoys captivating her students with technology.