Saturday was one of those mornings that you really wanted to stay in the flannels, but the Camden City Technology Department lured about 50 educators out with the bright lights emanating from STARs Tonya Wilson and Edward Ward. Other STARs in Camden’s Discovery constellation were present also. Ed and Tonya presented upcoming and current tech available in the district.
I know you were as excited as I was about learning from Chris Lehmann tomorrow. Unfortunately, he had one of those unavoidable conflicts come up. Chis has JURY DUTY tomorrow! Keep an eye on the blogs. We’ll reschedule him after the first of the year. We’ll also send you an email if you’re an administrator
I received this email from NASA-AMES today and I had to pass it along. What an opportunity! Get your students together and get ready to jump on this STEM activity! “On the 11 January 2011, Google is launching the inaugural Google Science Fair. We have partnered with NASA, CERN, National Geographic, Scientific American and the LEGO
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Hoping to create an ongoing global connection in your classroom? How about just finding group in another state or country to casually talk to a few times to let your students meet peers of a different culture virtually? The Skype Blog announces that it will be launching a free online directory in December that makes