It’s official! Registration is now open for the 3rd annual Games in Education symposium, taking place Wednesday & Thursday, August 5th & 6th this summer at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY! This exciting development opportunity offers educators throughout the greater Capital Region 2 days of FREE presentations, panels, hands-on workshops, and round table
Re-posted from the DEN Blog: Thanks to our good friends over at Tech4Learning, there are STARs aplenty who received free copies of Frames to use in the classroom. However, what good is a piece of software if you don’t know how to use it? They have graciously offered to host a webinar to help show
Are you a New Yorker headed to NECC this summer in Washington, D.C.? If yes, then considering joining us on June 27, 2009 (9 AM to 3:30 PM) for an engaging day of networking, professional development and fun at the world headquarters of Discovery Communications in Silver Spring, MD. Space is limited. Registration closes June
Join the staff at the Western Suffolk BOCES for an engaging technology-infused Day of Discovery on May 13th, 2009. From 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, Western Suffolk BOCES has a full-day session of learning that will focus on creative ways that educators can use digital media in the classroom. During this free professional development opportunity, you
The Ypulse 2009 Totally Wired Teacher Award (sponsored by Dell) will honor a public school teacher from grades 3 to12 who is successfully using technology (the internet/social media, mobile technology, gaming) in the classroom.The award is inspired by Ypulse founder Anastasia Goodstein’s book, Totally Wired: What Teens & Tweens Are Really Doing Online, and the
Exciting NY DEN LC news to announce. Technology helps us stay better connected, save time, and become more efficient. The NY DEN Leadership Council is always looking for better ways to reach this goal. One new way is to converse in the Twitterverse. Our new Twitter page can be found at http://twitter.com/NYDENLC. Here the members
Do your students blog? Do you want your students to improve their writing skills? Are you interested in connecting your students with other kids around the world? Do you want to watch your clustrmap grow? If you’ve said yes to any of these questions, then you need to check out the 2009 Student Blogging Challenge.
Thanks to my Plurk friend @BarbinNebraska for sharing this cool site: Spell With Flickr:
Great things are happening over at Animoto! 1. Image Pacing Control You can now dictate the speed of your images within any full-length video. Want to create a high-intensity action flick of your pics? Try setting the image pacing to double speed. Need each photo to be more carefully appreciated? Try half speed. Fun! 2.