June 1 Workshop Join us for an afternoon and evening of 21st Century Classroom Ideas! Education Leader of Iditarod Education, Diane Johnson will conduct two workshops for teachers who would like to participate in creative lessons to engage their students in many curriculum levels. Iditarod – a 21st Century Teaching Tool for the Classroom Embassy
An innovative use of social media tools to engage students and expand their understanding of our world through other cultures was brought to life by Adam Goldberg, Assistant Principal of Westford Academy during the MassCue Conference. Adam used social networking tools such as Facebook and free collaboration tools such as SKYPE to bring together two
I am the Educational Technology Coordinator for West Springfield, formerly a mathematics teacher and network administrator. I’ve been working with the WSPS district for five years, and we have come a long way technologically – especially in the area of IWB’s. We currently have 75 district-wide, at all levels G1-G12, in all schools. We are also
Our school also hosted Dr. Elizabeth Englander from the MARC Center of Bridgewater State College on April 1 to give a presentation to our teachers. The MARC center not only offers valuable resources for teachers and parents, but also provides assemblies and a peer training and leadership to students to become models and leaders in their own schools.
This Saturday, March 6, 2010, will be the start of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Anchorage, Alaska. Students and teachers from all over the world will take part in this “Last Great Race” via the Internet through a project called “eIditarod” facilitated by Walter McKenzie. The history of this race is traced back to