As of this moment, according to the ISTE2011 Conference ning, there are 17 days 14 hours 4 minutes and 8 seconds remaining until the conference convenes at the Pennsylvania Conference Center in Philadelphia, PA. My contributions to the event mostly center around the SIGVE Virtual Environments Playground, but I'll also be on two panel presentations, one…Continue
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Originally posted at Entertheblog.com - http://bit.ly/lCiGRa
The Kairos Society is an international,…
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My second blog post concerning 5 ideas about what a teacher could do during the summer holidays. It will be great to leave your comment and feel free to add your own ideas!!!
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It is with great pleasure and excitement that I introduce to you a current initiative underway by the Global Institute for Cybersecurity + Research at Exploration Park/Kennedy Space Center to establish the State of Florida as a National Leader in Cybersecurity Awareness and Career Education. This initiative supports:…
Added by George Grachis on June 6, 2011 at 7:07am — No Comments
This year, I’ve written frequently about popular social media tools, and education-specific social networking apps. I’ve also noticed increasing coverage of this topic in the media recently. Maybe it’s just me paying more attention to it … or maybe it signals an increasing acceptance of these types of tools as legitimate and effective resources for the…Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on June 6, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
Originally posted on The Freshman Transition Network.
Are you required to create formal growth objectives for next year? Or are you simply interested in finding new ways to grow professionally regardless of whether or not you are required to have formal objectives? Would you like to reach more effectively your most needy students? Do you hope to have a lasting impact in the lives of the young people you…Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on June 2, 2011 at 8:08pm — No Comments
I get a lot of insight from various teachers, most of all my sister, who is a 5th grade teacher in Kansas City, Missouri. I thought I would consolidate a bit of their advice on the top/most engaging movies for teaching. Feel free to add your own insights on the movies you use too!
Teaching Huckleberry Finn: Tom & Huck, 1995
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