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Last week I had the opportunity to meet with a handful of outstanding students at a local Nashville charter school. The students were showing off projects, work and improvements in student-led conferences. The idea was pretty simple: Let the students talk about what they enjoyed most about the year. Let them reflect. Ask them questions, [...]Read more »
Washington, DC (May 14, 2013) – Join the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) on Tuesday, May 21, for an hour-long Webinar, when participants will obtain a sneak peek of the forthcoming “NMC Horizon – 2013 K-12 Report.” The Webinar will feature insights from Larry Johnson, CEO of the New Media Consortium (NMC) and Founder of [...]Read more »
See below for absolutely FREE videoconferencing curriculum additions! High School Free program – Great for CTE “A Career in Construction – Getting on Track” —WVIZ ideastream As you plan your future, what do you need to be doing now to prepare for a lifelong career in construction? Members of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. – Northern [...]Read more »
A couple of weeks ago I was scheduled to do an afternoon presentation at a conference for business leaders, and someone at lunch asked me: “What’s this Common Core thing you are going to be talking about?” In reflecting on that question, I realized that many people are both unaware of Tennessee’s efforts to raise [...]Read more »
In case you didn’t know, today is National Teacher Day! Celebrated on the first Tuesday in May every year in the United States, National Teacher Day was started to honor the teachers and educators that affect so many lives year after year. I encourage all of you to stop and take minute at some point [...]Read more »
So there I was, heading out to go to St. Louis for the annual United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) 2013 National Conference, and as per usual this time of year, road construction was in full force, ultimately delaying my arrival. I needed to jump on a videoconference session and time was running out. I [...]Read more »
I recently read this article, a CNN story titled “Computers can’t replace real teachers.” Like the title suggests, the article made the argument that technology cannot replace actual teachers in the classroom. It was a pretty good article, as it praised good teachers who really took the time to empower students, but something about it [...]Read more »
For Immediate Release SIIA Communications Contact: Laura Greenback, 202.789.4461, firstname.lastname@example.org PR Contact: Saul Hafenbredl, C. Blohm & Associates, 608.216.7300, email@example.com SIIA Honors Two Education Technology Industry Veterans Chairman of the Waterford Institute, VP at Education Networks of America honored with prestigious industry awards at premiere ed tech event WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 25, 2013) – The [...]Read more »
Your signature is needed now! Ed-Tech advocates petition to support broadband expansion – Please use your voice! petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/inves… — Monica Farner (@ENA_MonicaF) April 18, 2013 Great webinar today @enaconnects w Monroe County &Cumberland County Schools TN #CTE for students via #videoconferencing on #ENALive — Monica Cougan (@ENA_MonicaC) April 17, 2013 #JunkArt @enaconnects competition! ENA [...]Read more »
Washington, DC (April 24, 2013) – To commemorate the first anniversary of the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL)™ Certification Program, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is offering special pricing options for interested program participants, including reduced exam fees and bulk discounts for exam preparatory materials. Open to all qualified K-12 chief technology officers (CTOs), the CETL program provides [...]Read more »