This stars right out by pointing out the difference between “save” and “save as.” That might seem like an insignificant bit of info, but I’m not sure I could have explained it we succinctly http://askatechteacher.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/top-tech-tips-of-all-time/
A 60 Seconds Guide to The Use of Blogging in Education | Things I grab, motley collection
The Innovative Educator: Free Guide! Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know
This article gives some good tips on how to work with students to create videos.
Google for Educators | Dangerously Irrelevant
Mostly interesting to ELA teachers because of the reading/writing info, but useful for anyone wanting to use tech (web access) in a classroom.
Great practical ways to use cell phones in a variety of classroom situations. This gives links to other articles describing how to use cell phones to podcast, record notes, geo cache and more.
Reminds us that Blooms isn’t just a “pyramid” progression to work students through. Students can move through the different levels organically, and the author of this post created some posters that remind us of this. There are also links to sites that support various levels of on the taxonomy.