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  • Yes! Would love to see that scavenger hunt!! Ditch That Textbook posted and article yesterday about a teacher using it for student blogging. ------------------------------ Darshell Silva Librarian Davisville Middle School , North Kingstown, RI ----- ...

  • @Darshell Silva totally agree, finding so many ways to use it. Love being able to just click the extension and save resources, and also my friend @Laura Steinbrink used it to create a scavenger hunt!​​ ------------------------------ Rachelle Dene ...

  • So, as a tool, I am loving Wakelet this year.   https://learn.wakelet.com    Darshell ------------------------------ Darshell Silva Librarian Davisville Middle School , North Kingstown, RI ------------------------------

  • In working to help teachers ramp up their skills, we focused at the school I visit most on encouraging people to apply to present at ISTE, as it'll be on our side of the country next summer. This generated some great discussions of where their strengths ...


  • October Twitter Chat and Book Study

     The TEN Leadership Team chose to focus on Digital Citizenship: Advocate and Connected Learner for this month. See our newsletter for ideas shared and some guest posts as well as links to upcoming events, especially with DigCit week happening this week, October 14th-18th. Check out our newsletter for ideas and also follow the hashtags #digcitweek #digcitcommit and #digcitsummit. @Marialice B.F.X. Curran has amazing events lined up this week and also shared some information in our newsletter.

    Here is the linkClick on the Newsletter menu and select this month's newsletter. Make sure you take a look at the "Breaking News" on the home page as well! Want to write a guest post for November? Our theme is Digital Age Learning Environments:

    Connecting Research and Practice. Posts should be between 300-500 word and submitted by October 25th to Rdene915@gmail.com

    We are starting week 3 of our fall book study. Again, big thanks to @Steve Wick for organizing and leading the discussion of In Other Words, happening now on Twitter. Join in the conversation by following the #isteten and #quotes4edu hashtags. It is the perfect time to join in and share your quotes, experiences and make new connections!​​​ 

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  • September Twitter Chat

    Join us for our September Twitter Chat with #isteten on Monday, September 23rd, from 7:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.EST. 
    We will be discussing back to school, self-care and sharing ideas!  Our leadership team will be moderating the chat. Join in the conversation. ​ 
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  • Spark Summit

    Join us for the SPARK SUMMIT on Saturday, June 22nd, Check out the times and descriptions for each session, along with special events like a book signing, prize patrol, and more! https://isteten.weebly.com/schedule-of-the-day.html #isteten @iste #iste19 @ISTEglobalPLN @ISTEEdLeaders @iste2019 #quotes4edu Read More
  • June Twitter Chat

    Mark your calendars for June 17th, 7:00 pm EST, Steve Wick will moderate our June Twitter chat and talk about all things ISTE Conference related. 

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  • May Twitter Chat, Monday May 20th

    Please join us on Monday, May  20th from 7-8pm Eastern for our monthly chat. Our guest moderator is Mandy Froehlich, author of The Fire Within and Divergent EDU. Our themes for this month are Mental Health and Awareness and Mindfulness. We will be chatting about Resilience tomorrow night. Read More