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    RE: book studies

    Hi, Margaret! You mentioned book studies so I thought I would let you know that our new book "Don't Ditch that Tech: Differentiated Instruction in a Digital World" does come with a book study for faculty and staff. It is available right from DBInc ...

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  • I've hosted and participated in several book studies over the last few years.  I measure success  and consider them worthwhile when participants begin thinking more critically and obtain strategies they can effectively implement in whatever education ...

  • I absolutely loved the One-Stop-Shop! Thank you so much for the link ! I look forward to connecting with you (and the other assistive tech gurus) on twitter! Thanks again, Rachelle! ------------------------------ Crystal Billingslea Teacher Fulton County ...

  • Oh wow! Thank you Nathan! Surprisingly I have never used either of those tools!  Our district pays for a lot of our resources, but the kids have grown so bored with them. Thank you so much for your insight! I can't wait to check them out! ------------------------------ ...


  • 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
  • Tech In Action Awards, Apply Today!

    Awards! Win a FREE ISTE 2019 Conference Registration in the Tech in Action Video Competition

    Deadline is May 20th, still time to apply!

    Are you an outstanding technology-using PreK-12 teacher? Or, do you know one?

    The Teacher Education Network (TEN) is looking for videos of best practices for integrating technology in teaching and learning for our Technology in Action Video Awards!

    Information to apply for the Tech in Action Award is now available on the website (iste-ten.weebly.com)

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  • April Chat and May newsletter and Playground

    For May, our theme will focus on the topics of School safety, Mental Health and Wellness, and Mindfulness. We are looking at what information do schools need to prepare for the future. 
    Please submit a guest post for the May newsletter, 300-600 words with resources. Send an email to Rdene915@gmail.com to share your idea. All posts are needed by April 24th to be included in the May edition. 

     Join us on Monday, April 29th for our monthly chat in collaboration with the Online Learning Network. The chat is 7-8:00 pm Eastern. Look for a flyer to be shared soon with more details. 

    And finally, ISTE!
    We are taking nominations for the Tech In Action Award, see details below.  And we still have a few spots for our TEN Playground at ISTE, which will be on Wednesday, June 26th from 9:30-1:00. Our topics range from AR/VR, AI, Assistive Technology, Connecting Pedagogy with Technology and Health and Wellness. Submit a proposal before April 24th. 

    Thank you and let us know if you have any questions. Read More