Teacher Education Network

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The Teacher Education Network members include higher education faculty teaching in graduate and undergraduate programs, graduate students, K–12 teachers, administrators, information technology specialists and curriculum specialists teaching and conducting research in teacher preparation and instructional technology.


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Latest Discussion Posts

  • Ha, thanks @Torrey Trust , appreciate you!  Great questions to ask and concerns about whether AI will replace teachers. We also need to make sure that our -pre-service teachers learn about  AI as they will most definitely be impacted during their careers ...

  • Thanks so much for all of your input @Stephen Szot ! I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan, that sounds like something that I  should try with my 8th grade course this year.​ We spend a  good portion of the year in the STEAM emerging tech course ...

  • Thank you @Jennifer Chance Cook for responding! Definitely high on the concerns is the privacy aspect. I also read some recent articles about the facial recognition accuracy and a few on bias. ​ It is interesting to see how much AI we interact with ...

  • Rachelle, you rock! What are some questions that educators have about AI? How can AI be used in classrooms? Is this something pre-service teachers should be learning about? Is AI a behaviorist learning experience (e.g., asking SIRI a question and getting ...

Announcements

  • February Twitter Chat

    Our next chat will be on Monday, February 24th from 7:00pm-8:00pm EST. We will be collaborating with the Digital Equity PLN  for our chat, the theme is Equity and Citizenship Advocate. We hope you can join us!  Read More
  • January Twitter Chat

    We hope you will join the Teacher Education Network Leadership team for our first chat of 2020! Join us on Monday, January 27th at 7:00 pm EST for a chat about Transformative Leader: Preparing for the Future. 
    #isteTEN is our hashtag! Hope to see you there!


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  • Submit a post for the December Newsletter

    Have an idea or resources to share? Consider submitting a guest post for our December newsletter, the theme is Visionary Leadership. Guest posts should be sent to Rdene915@gmail.com.  Posts between 300-500 words with links and resources to share are welcome! Please submit by November 25th. 

    Thank you!

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  • November Newsletter

    Hello members of the Teacher Education Network!

    Here is the newsletter for this month! Our theme is Digital Age Learning Environments - Connecting Research and Practice." To access this month's newsletter, click on the link below, select the "newsletter menu" and  choose November. You can also review  prior newsletters for September and October. 
    Have an idea or resources to share? Consider submitting a guest post for our December newsletter, the theme is Visionary Leadership.

    November 2019 Newsletter
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  • 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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