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Edscape 2011

Started Jun 29, 2011 0 Replies

Hey educators: Make your plans now to attend Edscape 2011 on Saturday 10/15/11http://edscapeconference.com/ More info coming…Continue

TSETC Site is Now Live! Register Today!

Started Aug 26, 2010 0 Replies

The Tri-State Educational Technology Conference (TSETC) is being held on Saturday October 2, 2010 at New Milford High School (New Milford, NJ).  This is a FREE event for all educators (teachers,…Continue

Tags: Educational, Technology, Change, TSETC, Development

Tri-State Educational Technology Conference (TSETC)

Started Aug 17, 2010 0 Replies

The first ever Tri-State Educational Technology Conference (TSETC) will be held on Saturday October 2, 2010 at…Continue

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Articles Needed: NYC Symposium for Social Change

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barbara McCormick Mar 27, 2010. 9 Replies

I learned today that I have been asked to speak on behalf of education at the Symposium for Social Change in New York City on 5/3/10.  Excited and humbled are understatements as I will have the ear…Continue

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At 2:51pm on March 29, 2011, Beth Barnhill said…
Thanks for the friend add.....I actually followed you here after reading your blog.  So, actually, you're responsible for my wobbly first steps in professional blogging!
At 4:02pm on May 7, 2010, Patricia Smeyers said…
Wow, Very impressive stuff here. I am currently finishing up my tech. integration specialist certificate and a Master's in Ed. Tech. I teach in Secaucus and I have been struggling with getting our district to utilize all the great technology we have for the tecnology standards. Any advice would be great. I am not the computer teacher (yet). lol I find it difficult to have a voice but I NEVER give up. I love your principal's page. It incorporates so much of what I learned. You are truly a pioneer. Do you belong the NJ Computing Consortium? I would love for us to join. Perhaps that will spark others. Keep up the great work for our kids. You are an inspiration. Let me know if you have ideas for me.:)
At 8:40pm on February 1, 2010, Eric Sheninger said…
No, we are no longer accepting donations b/c we are still trying to figure out what to do with the ones we have left. Hold on to them for next year!
At 8:37pm on February 1, 2010, Jessica Groff said…
Thanks so much! I'll see you tomorrow! :)

P.S. Great piece about Project Prom Dress on the news. Are you still accepting donations? I may have a couple of dresses at my mom's house down the street from when I was in high school!
At 3:57pm on January 31, 2010, Brad Campbell said…
just wanted to thank you for the inspiration you offer on here and on twitter; I am an average teacher and your posts make me strive to be better....
At 11:42pm on November 20, 2009, Nicol R. Howard said…
Your story is revealing the benefits and effective use of twitter in education. I have shared the article and video with colleagues and they also agree. Thank you!
At 8:52pm on November 20, 2009, Dave Sapp said…
Yes I saw your email. Bummer, I was looking forward to it. It would be nice to try an afterschool meeting later in the year and you could let us know what the legal implications their are for social networking in schools. Thanks for the early heads up. Do you have any suggestions for people?
At 6:16pm on November 20, 2009, Eric Sheninger said…
I sure hope so!
At 2:35am on November 19, 2009, malcolm bellamy said…
I saw the video of the broadcast yesterday..well done! This will start to show how Twitter can be used effectively in education.
At 10:22pm on November 17, 2009, Debra Gottsleben said…
Good luck on 1010 wins tomorrow. I will try to listen.
 
 
 

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