RJ has been the heart of our PA blog for the past year. She not only keeps you up to date on the events in PA, but national events as well. All this, teaching and managing a llama farm! She organized the team to blog different events at PETE&C so you can have notes from
One of our DEN STARs and presenters at the DEN PreCon and PETE&C was Jim Beeghley. I am sorry I did not see his Discovering Social Studies presentation, but here are his resources. Discovering Social Studies Petec View more presentations from fifer1863. #petec2010 Jim Beeghley Social Studies Discovery Education
If you want to see a project-based classroom modeling authentic 21st century learning, then be sure to check out Jan Abernethy’s Techno Tigers. Jan shared many ways that her students are using technology across the curriculum. From creating wikis, to blogging, or Skyping other classrooms in PA, her students are collaborating and creating content that
Christine Southard began study hall session telling us a bit about her background. Did you know that she has taught the blind to ski? Christine is a “learning specialist” in a New York 5th grade classroom and co-teaches with Lisa Parisi, she came to share her tips at PETE&C. Normally people want passes to leave
Linda Nitsche, STAR DEN, great presenter and friend, posted her resources on her wiki. Linda wants to give us a window into valuing creativity (Sir Ken Robinson) and passion (Chris Lehmann). How can we capture that fun of childhood, that passion for learning 21st Century Framework created a core for learning and creating effective learners.
DEN STAR Dianne Krause‘s wiki houses more resources than those for PETE&C, so you might want to visit it. Presenting 3 sessions at this conference, Dianne is a seasoned presenter. Using Ning as a School Social Network requires students, according to Dianne and law, to be at least 13 years old. She has graciously shared
DEN STARs Brandon Lutz and Tracey McGrath try to do the impossible: 60 tools in 60 minutes. My friend and DEN STAR Jennifer Brinson, who has seen 60 in 60 before, says they do not usually make it through to the end, but the presentation is always a delight. Judging from the packed room, this
Sir Ken Robinson, creativity expert globally-known for TED, Ideas Worth Spreading, and educational reform, challenges how we teach our students. His book, the Element, began with classic humor: do you think this chocolate is overdoing it…I smell of chocolate…milk chocolate. Quickly seguing into his keynote, he notes that he lives in America, in Los Angeles,
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