Safer Internet Day 2012

The Web20Classroom

Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day 2012. You can visit the Safer Internet Day 2012 site for lots of lessons, talking points and resources not for just staying safe online but for using the Internet more effectively.

2012 Presidential Election Knowledge Cards: Complete Student Candidate Guide via @Citelighter

Kleinspiration

2012 Presidential Election Knowledge Cards by Citelighter I wanted to share with you a Presidential Debate Ontology that about a dozen Knowledge Experts (college students from top 25 universities, and top 5% of their class) created.

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ISTE 2012 Online Program Available Now

Kleinspiration

Attention all #edtech lovers, the ISTE 2012 conference planner is now available online. Dean Mantz Erin Klein iste ISTE 2012 ISTE 2012 Presenters Lisa Dabbs Mary Beth Hertz Patrick Larkin Shannon Miller Steven Anderson

2012 Edublog Award Nominations

The Web20Classroom

For 2012 I wanted to nominate those that I have seen making change either through their blogs or conversations and who are really making a difference in the Edu Space. It''s that time of year again when the Edublog Awards aim to recognize the best Bloggers, Tweeters and Products. The process to nominate is simple and you can read about it here. I hope you will check out all those that I have nominated and all those nominated by others.

My 2012 Edublog Nominations #eddies12

Kleinspiration

2012 Edublog Award Nominations The following are my nominations for the 2012 Edublog Awards. eddies12 blog awards eddies eddies12 edublog edublog 2012 edublog awards edublog nominations My goal with this year''s nominations was to nominate people who I did not nominate last year or to highlight a new site. I wish we could nominate three for each category. There simply are too many great and deserving sites and people to celebrate.

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FETC Virtual Conference - free, Oct 18, 2012

Educational Technology Guy

FETC is again holding a free virtual conference and expo. It will be held on October 18th, from 10:30am - 6:00 pm, completely online and FREE.

Looking Back At 2011 And Looking Forward To 2012

The Web20Classroom

For the past few years ( here and here ) I started a tradition (if we can call it that) where I look back at the year in #edtech and try to make predictions as to what''s going to take hold in the coming year. No science behind any of this.

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Happy Holidays & a Look Back on the Best of 2012 from @KleinErin at Kleinspiration

Kleinspiration

Thank you all for helping to make 2012 very merry! A Few Highlights from 2012 Though there were so many terrific items and ideas shared, below are a few of my personal favorites.

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Happy Holidays - Most Read Posts of 2012

Educational Technology Guy

I''m finishing up my day at work today with a quick post of the Most Read Posts of 2012. Most Read Posts of 2012: 1. image from Google.com homepage Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Connecticut. It''s been an interesting year for me, as I started a new job as the Chief Information Officer for our district. It''s a rewarding and challenging job that I love. Tonight we head to friends'' for Christmas Eve and then off to my cousins'' tomorrow with the whole family.

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Google Announces 90 regional finalists of Google Science Fair 2012

Educational Technology Guy

Today Google has announced the 90 regional finalists of the Google Science Fair 2012. You can view the finalists and their projects here: [link] From the Google Official Blog: Congratulations to the regional finalists of the second Google Science Fair !

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ASHA 2012 Highlights

SpeechTechie

Like many of us who attended ASHA this week, I still have what is known as the "ASHA Hangover."

Edublog Awards 2012 - I was nominated for Best EdTech Blog

Educational Technology Guy

I just found out that I was nominated for, and am a finalist for, the Edublog Awards 2012, Best EdTech Blog. I started writing this blog as a way to organize and share edtech resources I found and it''s grown into much more than that. Thanks!! You can read more about the Edublog Awards here and vote for Educational Technology Guy here (under EdTech Blog). This post originally appeared on Educational Technology Guy.

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DENny Award Winners 2012 - Discovery Educator Network Awards

Educational Technology Guy

Last night was the DENny Awards 2012, the annual awards where the Discovery Educator Network and Discovery Education honor DEN members for their efforts throughout the years.

Edublog Awards Nominations 2012

The Daring Librarian

audrey Nay eddies12 edublog awards edublog awards 2012 george couros Jennifer LaGarde level up book club librarian tiff picmonkey richard byrne sue waters tiffany whitehead When it comes to the Edublogger Awards, I''ve "always (been) a bridesmaid and never a bride" but surprisingly (for me!)

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Veterans Day 2012

EdTechSandyK

I am the proud daughter of a WWII veteran and proud citizen of a nation whose freedoms have been purchased and protected by all who have worn the uniform throughout our history in times of conflict and peace.

Edublogs 2012 Nominations

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

Nominations for 2012 Edublog Awards are open. My nominations for the 2012 Edublog Awards: Individual Blog - The Innovative Educator Group Blog - Mind Shift EdTech Blog - Edudemic Teacher Blog - Engage Their Minds NewBlog - EduTech for Teachers Library/Librarian Blog - The Daring Librarian Administrator Blog - Life of an Educator Twitter Hashtag - #edchat Free Web Tool - ThingLink Educational Wiki - Web Tools 4 You to Use Social Network - Twitter Learn more about the Edublogs awards.

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Google Code-In 2012 - contest for High School Students

Educational Technology Guy

Google has announced Google Code-In 2012 , a contest for high school students. It is in it''s third year and will begin on November 26th. The contest is for 13-17 year old students and is all about software development. It runs from November 26th to mid January and there will be 20 grand prize winners. The grand prize winners, along with a parent/guardian, will get a trip to Google Headquarters in Mountain View California.

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Which Presidential Candidate do you side with in this election? Take this quiz to find out.

Kleinspiration

2012 Presidential Debate 2012 Presidential Election classroom elections election and classroom FreeTech4Teachers I Side With Presidential Elections for Kids Richard Byrne Voting voting for kids Take a quick survey to see who you side with on important issues I recently found about about this survey tool from one of my favorite blogs, FreeTech4Teachers , by Richard Byrne. You can click here to see his full post.

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Your All Access Pass to the Bammy Awards!

Kleinspiration

2012 I recently had the pleasure of attending the first ever Bammy Awards in Washington D.C. For the June 11, 2012 press release, click here. 2012 Bammy Awards awards for education Bammy Awards education awards teacher award teacher awards Twitterati

ISTE 2012

MSEDTechie

I had the great opportunity to attend the ISTE conference 2012 in sunny San Diego California. What an awesome experience to see thousands of educational technology specialists all gathered together in this huge convention center. Which by the way was about as long as my street). I got to attend this conference with my mom who is also a techie. The first day of the conference I got a chance to volunteer.

CPEP Day 2012 - Central High Team wins big at STEM Competition

Educational Technology Guy

CPEP (Connecticut Pre -Engineering Program) Day 2012 was held this past Saturday, May 19 th , at the XL Center in Hartford, CT. CPEP''s mission is to help under-represented students explore, prepare for, and reach their full potential in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

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Storybird: Publish with Purpose, digitally!

Kleinspiration

MRA12 Erin Klein Michigan Reading Association MRA MRA 2012 MRA Conference 2012 publish online Story bird Storybird

2012 Edublog Award Nominations

SpeechTechie

Each year I enjoy the Edublog Awards season, which is ostensibly a competition but really a reminder of the importance of social media in education. For more on the history of the Edublog awards, click here. In the past few years, quite a few of the SLPs participating in social media have represented in this event, as you can see in last year''s ASHAsphere post. I''d encourage SLPs who blog to nominate others; visibility and awareness of the work that SLPs do in education is very valuable.

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ATIA Orlando 2012 Presentation

SpeechTechie

For participants as well as all others, I wanted to share my presentation I am giving at ATIA Orlando this morning.

NCTIES 2012: My Concurrent Presentations

The 21st Century Principal

educational leadership NCTIES NCTIES Conference 2012 technology leadership Web 2.0 My personal favorite time of year is here: the annual NCTIES (North Carolina Technology in Education Society) Conference. This year I will be conducting two concurrent sessions. The first one focuses on developing a Professional Learning Network from a school leader''s perspective. Emphasis is on sharing ideas on how to get the most out of Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, and Google+.

3 ISTE Points Worth Mentioning.

Kleinspiration

click the image to view the full flyer ISTE 2012: San Diego, California Point 1 : "Collaborative Mentoring for New Teachers" I''m so excited to attend ISTE this year.

Common Misconceptions of Educators Who Fear Technology

A Principal's Reflections

Cross-posted at teach.com. Education is currently at a crossroads as traditional methods and tools are changing as a result of advances in technology and learning theory.

Connectedness as the Standard

A Principal's Reflections

I am extremely excited that August is Connected Educator month. In my opinion, being a connected learner, leader, and/or educator is no longer an option. My personal and professional journey in this area is well documented and something that I regularly present on.

2012 miGoogle Conference

The Electric Educator

Over the past few months I have been busy coordinating the first annual Michigan Google Apps Summit ( miGoogle ). While it was a lot of work, I was excited to be able to help provide an opportunity for educators from around the state to learn and collaborate together. The summit was made possible by sponsorship from Google, MACUL and Southfield Christian School. Over 300 educators from around the state, representing 100 school districts, were in attendance.

Comparing the 2016 and 2012 FLVC Student Textbook Survey Results

Iterating Toward Openness

However, I’ve also read people saying that the results are essentially unchanged from the 2012 survey to the 2016 survey. An analysis of these data demonstrate that there are in fact some statistically significant differences in student responses from 2012 to 2016.

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Vicki Davis Edscape 2012 Keynote

EdTechSandyK

I''m so glad @NMHS_Principal Eric Sheninger arranged to have @CoolCatTeacher Vicki Davis''s Edscape 2012 keynote broadcast live via Ustream yesterday! I really enjoyed hearing Vicki as she encouraged all of us to invest in our own positive attitudes and outlooks so that we may impact the lives of our students and do what is right for them in spite of circumstances which may exist in our school systems.

2012 Edublog Award Nominations

EdTechSandyK

My 2012 Edublog Award Nominations Are: Best Individual Blog: Cool Cat Teacher by Vicki Davis Vicki not only blogs about education and educational technology, but she also shares her personal struggles balancing family and professional life. It is Edublog Award nomination time again! I participated in the nomination process last year , and really enjoyed getting to give shout-outs to some of my favorite resources. So, here I go again!

Getting Professional Development Right

A Principal's Reflections

We have all had our own unique horror stories when it comes to professional development.

It is Time For Schools to Seriously Consider BYOT

A Principal's Reflections

This piece is cross-posted at the Huffington Post. As we continue to move even further into the 21 st Century, technology becomes more embedded in all aspects of society. As a father, I see this firsthand with my son, who is in first grade.

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Change Should Be a Reality, Not a Possibility

A Principal's Reflections

Change in education seems to be as illusive as the Loch Ness Monster. Everyone seems to be talking about it, but little action leading to meaningful results seems to be the mainstay in many schools.