I ran across this page of Wikis for the Classroom. It has lots of links to various classroom projects that teachers are using or have used. I think they are all connected to Wetpaint which is an alternative education wiki provider to Wikispaces.

Academic Integrity is an ever-present issue to address with students. I recently ran across this link on cheating. It can raise your awareness and help you have some ideas on how to be more effective in making sure your assessments are effectively measuring what your students can do. Teachopolis.org

Ian Jukes has a good publication entitled Understanding Digital Kids (which has just been updated from a previous version this year). He has many other resources on his Downloadable Handouts page.

Teachertube is really a lot like Youtube, and actually has a lot of duplication on it, but seems more filtered and education focused. It has a lot of great resources and is worth searching when looking for resources and ideas from others.

If you want to learn how to use some of the many software applications out there, check out these videos by Russell Stannard. They teach how to use various tools and also link to a number of resources.

Partnership for 21st Century Skills

New Media Consortium has produced the Horizon Report on an annual basis which looks at new technologies are on the horizon and may impact education 1 year, 2-3 years, and 4-5 years out. Alan Levine works with this and his blog also have some ideas from the Horizon Report summarized.

21st Century Information Fluency

Looking for some ideas on how to use Google Earth in the classroom, check out Juicy Geography for some ideas, particularly in the social sciences. I haven't reviewed this extensively but seemed to have some good ideas.

Compliments of a colleague, I ran across a site created by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. I haven't explored it yet but I will check it out more in the near future. If you explore it and find cool things, please post them on a discussion. This site has specific areas for elementary teachers and K-12 education.