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Fred Delventhal

The Education Conference Calendar - 2 views

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    The Conference Calendar (TCC) was first conceived by ITEG, LLC in 1999. Listing every single educational technology related conference that could be found in the US, it was eagerly taken on and supported by the T.H.E Journal. Over the next decade TCC established itself as the industry's leading website for ed tech events. Today, TCC is independently managed by one of its original producers and expanding its service into the entire education industry.
Fred Delventhal

YouTube - I Need My Teacher To Learn 3.0 - 0 views

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    "I Need My Teachers To Learn was Written and Performed by Kevin Honeycutt and produced by Charlie Mahoney (who also played percussion, bass, and Piano). This has gone through many incarnations, but after hooking up some good mics and recording equipment, I think we have a keeper. This recording includes background vocals from the Turning Point Learning Center Choir, which is composed of our virtual and face-2-face students.
    http://kevinhoneycutt.org
    http://artsnacks.org"
Fred Delventhal

Exploring Google Docs - 0 views

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    In this workshop, participants will discuss what Google Documents are and then create a project. Google Applications is a tool which has many uses inside and outside the classroom. It can be used for collaborative writing, revising documents and presentations, and sharing and publishing student work online.
Fred Delventhal

Education Week: Making Every Educator a Learning Educator - 0 views

  • Effective professional learning is like a time-release capsule; its contents cannot be absorbed in a single day or week, but must be infused into the system over time to yield desired results in student achievement.
  • The central office is critical to the success in these systems and others.
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