"Mini-Geek Fest" Monthly Online Conversation

Do you get excited and energized by talking with other educators about technology tools and resources? Do you often feel overwhelmed with all of the new tools and feel you don’t have time to keep up with everything? If you do, then the Mini-Geek Fest is here for you! 

No homework, no assignments, no cost—just an hour online, once a month to listen, share and discuss technology tools for your classroom, websites and more.

If you are a member of AzTEA, join co-hosts Kim Thomas and Peggy George in AzTEA Elluminate from the comfort of your own home. Professional Development credit (1 hour) will be available.

The show will be on the second Monday of each month 8-9PM (MST).  It’s not a presentation or a tutorial, but a conversation–think of it like a “show and tell” where ALL participants can contribute. Shows will be recorded and archived so you can listen to the recordings later if you can’t participate in the live sessions. We look forward to an exciting and interesting conversation!

Mon, 04/12/2010 8:00pm9:00pm

Mon, 05/10/2010 8:00pm9:00pm

 Elluminate Full Recording Link for March 8, 2010: (this link will open in Elluminate so you can view the entire webinar)



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  1. Peggy George said:

    It’s “mini-geek” in contrast to “major-geek.” 🙂 It’s a concept borrowed from Kim Thomas who organized regular face-to-face “mini-geek fests” at local coffee shops for her teachers and we decided to take it virtual so more people could join the fun! A place for people who love ed tech and want to learn and share the exciting tools/resources they are creating and discovering. Come and join us!

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