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What’s in your bag? What’s in my educator bag – conferences, etc.

What’s in your bag? What’s in my educator bag – conferences, etc.

By David Andrade     I’m a physics teacher, so I don’t need to carry much to and from school (I have everything in the cloud).  I only carry my smart phone (Droid Incredible 2) with me. Everything else is synced through Dropbox between my home and school computers. At school, if I am going

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Survival Tips for Educators and Presenters

By David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy   Being an educator is a great, responsible job. When we go out and educate, we need to make sure we are prepared and have back up plans. Here are some tips to make sure your presentation and training goes well.   As educators and presenters, we can find ourselves at

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eTech Ohio 2012

Hello OH Stars! If you are headed to eTech next month, please be sure to check in with Discovery Education. Kyle Schutt is a featured speaker this year and will be sharing the latest and greatest technology tips and ideas for boosting your instructional practice using Discovery Education resources. Also, we are having a special

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Join Discovery Education at Annual CUE 2012!

Educators, are you coming to Annual CUE 2012 in Palm Springs?  Annual CUE 2012 March 15-17, 2012 – Palm Spring Convention Center Discovery Education will be there sharing great resources, connecting educators, and having fun!  We’ll be joined by the one-and-only Matt Monjan – a spotlight speaker at this year’s conference!  Check out Matt’s sessions

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For KIDS by KIDS!!!!

SIT Conference-2012 – Students Involved with Technology When: February 18, 2012 from 8:00am – 2:00pm – 6 locations throughout Illinois Adult volunteers needed for Woodridge or Lincolnshire locations.  Click HERE to Volunteer!! Get your students involved to present and be wowed by what each group of students has accomplished!! What is SIT?  It is a conference

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Professional Development for Teachers Must Change

  Professional Development for Educators needs to change. I know many schools and districts that do it right. I know many educators who have organized EdCamps to provide excellent, teacher driven professional development. I also know, and have experienced first hand, professional development that is not effective.   Professional Development in many school systems is driven by

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FETC Virtual Conference – Oct 27th – free, online – featuring DE’s own Hall Davidson

FETC’s Fall Virtual Conference is Thursday, October 27th, from 10:30am – 6pm. This is a great way to get some excellent professional development and connect with other educators without traveling. There is a keynote speaker, multiple sessions, and even an exhibit hall, all accessed online for free.    Hall Davidson, Director, Discovery Educator Network, will be delivering the

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Texas gears up for regional conference

Texas educators are encouraged to attend the annual TCEA regional conference “The Power of U” being hosted by Regions 10 and 11 (Dallas-Ft. Worth) on October 22, at Timber Creek High School in Keller ISD. The small conference fee includes lunch!   This year is the first time academies will be included. The academies currently

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3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT)

  The deadline for call for proposals of The 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT) has been extended until  August 26, 2011. With the theme of the conference as “Do IT! Transform Learning, Shape the Future”, the organizers invite educators, school leaders and researchers in the education-related field to submit papers

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