2013 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference

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2013 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference Registration

Deadline is July 24, 2013

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Sharing: A Moral Imperative?

A couple of years ago, I had the privilege of being a part of planning the K-12 Online Conference.  Because of my involvement in NYSCATE I decided not to continue helping with the K12 Online Conference.  But that doesn't mean that I'm not attending.  What's cool about this conference is that it's offered online for anyone, anywhere, anytime. 

15 Miles on the Erie Canal Part 2

I just returned from a trip to the World Canal Conference held in downtown Rochester.  I was tagged to present the Erie Canal State-Wide project in which fit into the Classroom Track they offered at the conference.  A room full of educators and off we went with our presentation.  Some great ideas were shared and a lot of interest was generated for the project.  We will be gearing up for a new year around January 2011.  Keep a look out for sign up information or share this project with educators you feel might be interested.

Here's a little promo video that I'd like to share - 2010 Erie Canal Project

TLT - Teachers Learning

As it should be... open sessions are full and often noisy affairs.Next week teachers from many of our component school districts will converge on Nazareth College for the annual Teaching, Learning & Technology Conference.  Each summer this conference proves to be an event teachers find valuable.  Like other conferences, TLT is comprised of sessions where teachers learn from experts and peers. Different from other conferences, TLT does not have any keynote speakers.  Not having keynote speakers allows more time for teachers to attend sessions, explore, experiment and play with what they've learned.

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