The first day of the convention has been incredible. This year, the movement to Web 2.0 is making an impact. There are so many free tools available to be used in the classroom. Our next question is how do we get the firewall a little more open in some of our districts? Today I ran
Exciting News from CoSN (Consortium for School Networking) CoSN is pleased to announce the formation of a new state chapter in Pennsylvania. This seventh CoSN chapter was formed through a strategic alliance with the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT). View Press Release.
Well, the temps around our fine state have been heating up as of late and one would imagine that leaves many opportunities for inside activities! If you are looking for some diverse, engaging and interesting opportunities for professional development all from the comfort of your own home, look no further. Discovery Education has announced the
Thanks, once again, to Kristin Hokanson, chair of our PA Leadership Council, for sharing her impressions from the NECC sessions she attends. You can also read all her blog postings on her "The Connected Classroom" blog. For more front-line NECC coverage, surf over to Ken Pruitt’s Conference blog. Like Kristin, Ken is blogging about the
NECC Atlanta is off to a great start. STAR Discovery Educator and fellow Illinoisan, Charlene Chausis, was honored last night as ISTE’s 2007 Outstanding Leader which recognizes and honors an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in implementing technology to improve education. Ideas are the currency of the Future There was