Our Texas Den Stars Shine at Upcoming Conferences

Mary Carole Strother:

·         ebooks for ekids  02-10-2010 TCEA Presentation – 50 Minute session #100527

Elaine Plybon:

·         Thursday, 02/10: Getting Started in Second Life – TCEA 90 minute workshop 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. session #100081

·         Friday, 02/11: Discovery Streaming Exploration: Discovering What We Already Have! – TCEA 3 hour workshop 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. #100127

Linda Rush:

·         Photo Productions and Creation on Wed. 2/9  TCEA from 12-3 p.m. session #100761

·         iPods are Educational on Wed. 2/9 TCEA from 8-9:30 a.m. session #90618

·         SMART Lessons for Primary Classrooms on Thurs. 2/10 TCEA from 8-11 a.m. session # 100759

·         Digital Storytelling on Thurs. 2/10 TCEA from 2-3:30 p.m. session #1000538

Beth Weeks

·         2/11/10 at 8:00am Making Waves with Technology TCEA – this is about our summer technology Camp

·         Assisting on a presentation on 2/11/10 TCEA at 3:30 Stream Live Video and Announcements to web for Free

Lea Anne Daughrity

·         October 28, 2009 Region 4 Technology Apps Conference, Bringing Kinder Art to Life Literally


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  1. Collette Barragan said:

    Also presenting at TCEA

    02/10/10 – Dance Your Way Into Learning – using the Easiteach DanceMat – Kinesthetic Learning At It’s Best!

    1:00 – 1:50 SESSION

  2. ldaughrity said:

    TCEA on Thursday from 3:30-4:30. “50 Ways to Integrate Technology for Project-Based Learning.”

    Kelli Erwin
    Instructional Technology Specialist
    Pasadena ISD

    2/11 “Let Your Students Voices be Heard: Free Resources for All Grade Levels” #100043

    Corina Long

  3. Joseph Chmielewski said:

    Would any of the Texas DEN presenters like to share at TCEA 2010 Lone Star EduBloggerCon’s Unconference?

    This free, all-day converence on Feb. 9, 2010 need education-related technology presentations that follow the Web 2.0 model of community building.

    Education leaders are needed to keep this Unconference from being “over run” by Open Source folks that know how to install software, but fail to understand the real-world of teaching.



    Use Wiki to submit your proposals.


    This Unconference seems tailor-made for members of your group.

    Also, if you could pass along Unconference information to your members, many might like to attend Lone Star EduBloggerCon.

    Thank you.

    Joseph Chmielewski, M.S., L.P.C.

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