Sometimes Low-Tech Trumps High-Tech

Amazingly, the biggest hit of EduBloggerCon's “Web 2.0 Smackdown” session was Kevin Honeycutt as he displayed the most non-tech tool of the lot.

Highly ironic. And educational. And "Wow. Can he get away with that?"!

Paraphrasing Kevin:

On each of these laminated cards - we laminate them because teachers never throw anything away that's laminated - is listed a tool, where to get it, and what it does. And then on the back, we've listed the contact information of the person willing to help when the teacher is ready to learn more.
Kevin’s laminated keyring of tools is one of the most refreshing ideas I’ve heard in a quite some time.

Image Source: Flickr user elemenous

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