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Register Today for the FETC Pre-Conference Day of Discovery!

Hello and Happy New Year! Let’s kick this year off right with a Day of Discovery in sunny Florida!  We are very pleased to invite you to the FETC Pre-Conference Day of Discovery in Orlando in a few weeks and we hope you all can join us! This interactive day of free professional development will

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Canadians in Florida

FETC is a conference that I’ve attended several times in the last decade. I’ve attended as a presenter and participant but 2012 was the first time as an Exhibitor. That was a bit strange. It was a great learning experience for me as I witnessed a wonderful DEN Pre-Conference Event led by Lodge McCammon and

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FETC is Here!

    Get out your calendars and save the date, FETC is January 13 – 15th in Orlando, FL!  If you are planning to attend the conference, be sure to check out the Discovery Education sessions that will be held during the conference.  For a complete list, visit the FETC Schedule.   Ed Begley, Jr. will be the

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DEN FETC PreCon 2009

I’ve had to explain it a few times and without going into too much detail, it’s been a rough couple of months with some family issues since my last post for Florida. For that I do apologize. It looks like the rough part is behind us and it’s time to move on. With the new

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FETC Day 2

Today was a very productive day in the realm of free web 2.0 tools for teachers. It started off with a video called “A Vision of Students Today” which a saw in a session and have put on this post. it was a strong and very true message and further advocates for the use of

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Jeff Corwin at FETC

The conference began with Jeff Corwin’s expression of appreciation for teachers and to share his thoughts on the importance of education and it’s role in helping to better our world. He shared his journey of discovering his life goals and applauded the goals educators have given themselves throughout their educational endeavors. Corwin told one story

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