Archives for January 25, 2009

  1. Pay it Forward Conference

    The 2nd annual Pay It Forward Conference is an event that brings together middle and high school students from all over Long Island. This year the conference is joining forces with Habitat for Humanity to help build a Long Island a home as well as other non-for-profit agencies that would help the students to support […]

  2. Gentle Reminder – January 27th

    Take a look at our booth at the SL Education Support Faire: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Faire/42/132/35 Also, on Tuesday, January 27th join us at the SL Education Support Faire at  4 p.m. SLT (6 p.m. CST, 7 p.m. EST) on ‘Presenting Best Practices in SL’. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Faire/2/237/40

  3. It's a Wrap – SL Education Faire – Presentation #1

    Presented on the opening day of SL’s Education Faire.  Fairly impromptu presentation and it went off quite well considering that some of us kept floating through walls & flying off to never-neverland (thanks for teleporting me back to Ground Zero Beth!), others were in Philadelphia at the EduCon 2.1 conference, and others were not able […]

  4. Gentle Reminder – January 28th

    This Wedneday we have a ‘double header’ as Augustine Writer (real life: Lance Rougeux) and Demb Oh (real life: Steve Dembo) talk about what’s new at Discovery Education and what we can come to expect in 2009.  What’s in store for the DEN in 2009?  Join Augustine Writer for an overview of the programs, events and changes slated […]

  5. NICE Mini-Conference – January 31, 2009

    NICE, a sub-chapter of ICE, will be having their annual mini-conference again! Stevenson High School 1 Stevenson DrLincolnshire, IL 60069 *Registration ($5) at 8:30 a.m.Hear from our 2008 mini-grant recipients, and approximately 18 sessions to choose from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Download the details: and get more detials here: http://chapters.iceberg.org/nice/calendar.htm View Map

  6. School of Rock

    Know a NJ Teacher Who Rocks?   Garden State Teacher Awards Program Who is eligible? Nominated teachers must be full-time classroom teachers  at a public or non-public school in New Jersey. For the 2008-2009 school year, teachers must spend the majority of their assignment time teaching students in grades Pre-K to 3rd grade, 4th to 8th […]