Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology - Tech Learning

Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology

Name: Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology Brief Description of the Site: Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology is an award winning technology training and sharing site by two New Jersey elementary technology facilitators. How to use the site: Teachers interested in an introduction to integrating
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Name:Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology

Brief Description of the Site:
Nancy and Laura's Guide to K-6 Technology is an award winning technology training and sharing site by two New Jersey elementary technology facilitators.

How to use the site:
Teachers interested in an introduction to integrating technology into their classrooms should visit this site. The "How-to Sheets" and "Teacher Tools" links will be helpful, as well as the "Links by Subject Area". Elementary school teachers will find this site geared to them and their students. There is also a Just for Kids and a Just for Parents section to the site. There is a small geocities pop-up banner on the pages but it doesn't take away from the good sharing.

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Nancy Gridley and Laura Oakes

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