Daily Archives: February 6, 2011

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Increasing the multitude of ways technology can make a difference for students!!!!

Increasing the multitude of ways technology can make a difference for students!!!!

When it comes to increasing the multitude of ways technology can make a difference for students and their learning it is time for leaders to focus on the future.  It is time to embrace change that has the potential for increased student learning. These are quotes from Kouzes and Posner’s latest book: The Truth About Leadership.

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Shifting Time & Space: PETEC Virtual Conference

In an email from Eric Rosendale, Ed.D., Assistant Executive Director, IU 27, comes the best news, especially if you could not attend PETE&C this year, in person, that is. According to Rosendale, The PAIMS organization, as an active partner and member of the PETE&C board, has organized a few virtual conference experiences for PETE&C 2011.

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Guest Blogger Jennifer Brinson’s Reflections on #EduCon 2.3: Inspiration Despite Exhaustion

Brinson’s new blog, Learning Litany Jennifer Brinson is a STAR Discovery Educator, PA DEN LC Events Team, Keystone Technology Integrator and an occasional guest blogger on the DEN Blog Network. After spending the last three days attending/participating in EduCon 2.3 at Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, PA my body is screaming for sleep and my

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EduCon 2.3: Resources & Reflections

Shelley Krause’s Archives on Wikispaces Shelley Krause, aka @butwait, is serving as an unofficial archivist again for EduCon 2.3. She provided this service last year, and judging from the depth of her wiki, she is an especially skilled archivist. If you are looking for resources from the unconference conversations, you can check out her wiki,

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50th Anniversary of the 1961 Freedom Rides

Join The National Youth Summit on the Freedom Rides on Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. (EST). It will allow students to discuss history with the people who were witnesses and activists on the front lines of the fight for justice. They will also engage in conversation with scholars, public historians, and most importantly,

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