Tag archives for FETC

  1. Wisconsin DEN Stars at FETC

    Two Wisconsin DEN Stars, Cathy Houchin and Rita Mortenson recently attended FETC 2015 in Orlando, Florida.  It was a great week of learning and sharing.  We were able to learn many things from A to Z.  One of the highlights was the meet up with all our DEN peeps for a couple hours.  These family […]

  2. 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 […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. 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 […]

  5. 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 […]

  6. 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 […]

  7. DEN Pre-Conference Event at FETC

    The conference began with a hit for STAR Educators at the DEN Pre-conference event. The picture to the right shows a few of the STAR Educators observing some sharing from other teachers in the DEN. There were around 13 states represented at the DEN pre-conference event and 49 states represented at the conference along with […]

  8. FETC Event to bring to your attention

    Received word from Darlene Wolfe here in the Orange County, FL area of an event that might be beneficial to some of you. If you are interested please read further on below the images. Educators, guidance counselors and administrators may register on line at http://www.fdmec.org/registration/event_012208.htm . More information for this free program is at the […]

  9. FETC Pre-Con Event Announced

    When? 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM (January 23) Where? Orange County Convention Center, Discovery Education’s Corporate Room (S220F) Why? Professional development, networking, fun, free…need we say more? How? To sign up for the event, please send me Lance an email at (lance_rougeux@discovery.com) that contains the following… * Name * School * District * email Space […]

  10. FETC – Just over a month away!!!

    Outside of NECC, FETC to me is tops in the area for Educational Technology Conferences. Ours is only about a month and a half or so away. If you’ve not seen the program as of yet, you can check it out here at the FETC website. But what is a conference without some exciting Discovery […]

  11. Guest Blogger – Kay Teehan

    I asked STAR DEN member and author Kay Teehan to shed some light with everyone else her experience from last week’s FETC Conference 2007. Here’s what she had to say: The Florida Educational Technology Conference was, as usual, information overload for all who attended. Here are some of the highlights that I came away from […]

  12. FETC

    Wow! It’s FETC time again. Less then a week away and, well I hope you have all your plans on being there finalized. If you haven’t, it’s never too late to register for the conference. IF you want to see a good dose of me, I will be volunteering my personal time at the Discovery […]

  13. Curious about FETC topics?

    I know – you all are working your bottoms off because it’s back to school and yet I’m mentiong FETC. But Karen and I are actively planning FETC’s pre-conference. It’s going to be hard to top last year’s Spring Training. That theme is out since FETC is in January – but we’ll come up with […]

  14. FETC Guest Blogger

    In honor of March Blogness Month I asked DEN members to be guest bloggers about our FETC Events. Here is Cheryl Woolwine’s Post. Cheryl is from Putnam County. SPRING TRAININGWow what a day – Wednesday, March 22, FETC Pre-conference Spring Training. Thanks so much to Danielle Abernethy and Karen Seddon, Florida DEN field managers that […]

  15. A Grand Slam!

    What an experience! I truly believe from the comments I heard in the booths, through email, and on other blog posts that our first FETC pre-conference event was a Grand Slam! I haven’t had time to totally soak everything in since I drove to South Carolina to present at the Future Business Leaders of America […]

  16. FETC Update

    Are you interested in learning new ways to use unitedstreaming to meet your students’ needs and networking with other educators? If so, you have two opportunities! One is the pre-conference event, which we’ve been receiving quite a bit of RSVP’s for! It’s bound to be a hit! There is still some room, so make sure […]

  17. Spring Training Update

    On Wednesday I met some wonderful teachers and media specialists from Putnam County. We did an all day training on how to use unitedstreaming and how to integrate it into science. I only had two hours sleep before I got on the road, but their passion gave me fuel to do the training. For lunch […]

  18. Spring Training at FETC

    One of the great things about Florida is that Spring Training is hosted right here! (My son is excited about this because he thinks he will get to see all these games.) I love Spring Training because it gives the team a chance to build their relationship, plan how to play the game, and then […]