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    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 ...

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    I found out about this great resource because you were featured in the Member Community Newsletter sent on 1/24/20. It's so great to continue learning from you post National Louis University!  ------------------------------ Mia Gutsell Instructional ...

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    Hello all,  As I prepare my budget for next year I wanted to reach out and ask you all what Technology you have found/used in the last year that you felt was very impactful on either your teaching or student learning. I am looking for idea's that I could ...

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  • 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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  • January 2019 GCN Newsletter

  • Crowdsourcing Questions for our ISTE20 Panel Sessions

    The Technology Coordinators PLN will be hosting two different panel discussions at ISTE 2020. The CTO Bootcamp (Wednesday, July 1 at 11:30 AM) and the Edtech Coaches Panel (Tuesday, June 30th at 4:00 PM). We are looking for questions for these panel discussions. Please add your questions for both sessions at the link below More
  • MLN January 2020 Newsletter

    Hello ISTEMLN!

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!! The January 2020 Newsletter is out! You can view the newsletter here: https://sites.google.com/view/istemln/home. Click or tap if you trust this link.">https://sites.google.com/view/istemln/home. We hope you enjoy our issue that contains content about our experiences from Hour of Code.

    Do you have a tool you use for creativity? The Mobile Learning Network is looking for guest posts for our February Newsletter. Our theme is Tools for Creativity. We love short posts between 300-500 words, and are due by February 3rd to Pena Bedesem, pbedesem@kent.edu. We want to share your mobile learning ideas!
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  • December 2019 GCN newsletter

    Chock filled with events, activities, and the link to our December webinar. More

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