(Disclaimer: This is cross-posted from the Oracles Hotspot blog.) It is that time of year again when we are to be thankful for the many blessings in our lives. Many of us are appreciative of our strong friendships, healthy families, and love for life! I try to remind myself of the many things that I am thankful for on a daily basis. Since it is the week of Thanksgiving, I figured it is time to write about 5 things to be thankful for in the world of education technology. Check
As a Curriculum Director, part of my job description requires me to organize and plan the professional development for the educators in my school corporation. One of the things I have tried to do this year is differentiate the type of optional opportunities I am offering the staff. We know our students do not like for all their classes to be the same. We all know we have different preferences when it comes to learning. I am trying to make a conscious effort to mix it up for m
It is conference season for educators in Indiana! The Indiana Connected Educators conference just finished, HECC and others are right around the corner. We got grades completed for the first quarter, looking forward to Thanksgiving, and holiday concerts with little kids dressed up as snowmen. Maybe I’m bias but I think Indiana hosts the best educational conferences. Every conference I’ve attended has reenergized me, networked with great educators, and continued to teach me tr
In EdTech Heroes we are all about making education fun and engaging. Well, we also like to live our daily lives by this same credo. Below are some of our very own dressed up for Halloween, as well as our little heroes from our families. Happy Halloween from ETH!