Friday, March 26, 2010
Deadline to apply is April 30th, 2010
SIGTE is pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships in the amount of up to $500 for graduate students to participate at the ISTE 2010 conference June 27-30 in Denver, CO. By providing this scholarship, we hope that more graduate students will have the opportunity to network with others in the field, gain new perspectives on the use of educational technologies in teaching and learning environments, and grow as a scholar or practitioner.
All teacher education graduate students are encouraged to apply.
The brief application is available at:
Special consideration will be given to applications where the applicant is first author on a presentation. Please also note that the name and contact information of a faculty sponsor are required. The complete evaluation rubric can be found at http://docs.google.com/View?id=dcmn9wkb_2dtx4w9fn
Award recipients will be recognized at the SIGTE Business Meeting held at ISTE 2010 on Monday, 6/28/2010, 4:45pm-6:15pm. Recipients must attend the business meeting.
Deadline! The complete application form must be submitted on or before April 30th, 2010 to be considered. No late applications will be accepted.
Award recipients will be notified by mid-May.
Questions? Contact Mia Kim Williams, SIGTE Graduate Scholarship Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
This information is also available via the SIGTE wiki at http://sigte.iste.wikispaces.net/Graduate+Student+Scholarships
Thursday, March 25, 2010
10 Things they Don't Teach you in College about Schools
A Vision of K-12 STudents Today
A Vision of Today's Student
American Experience Videos for SS
American Teens and Social Media
Animator vs. Animation
Common Craft - Explanation Videos
Did You Know - 4.0 - Latest Version
Did You Know 2.0 - Shift Happens
Digital Worls: Teachers Today
Do you Speak English?
Education Today and Tomorrow
FrontLine: Growing Up Online
Instructional Technology: Looking Backward - Thinking Forward
Introducing The Book
Khan Videos - Biology Chemestry and Linear Algebra
Never Stop Learning
Progressive Education in the 1940's
Science Video Search Engine
Social Media Revolution
Sylvia Earle's TED Prize wish to protect our oceans
TED: What's Next in Technology
The Networked Student
Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Using Us
What If? by Karl Fisch
What is Moodle?
When I Become A Teacher
When I Become An Administrator
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
Monday, March 8, 2010
http://siemens.discoveryeducation.com/ - The Siemens Foundation, Discovery Education and the National Science Teachers Association invite you to join the only Challenge of its kind that empowers students to create solutions to environmental problems in their own backyards, and to share their results with students nationwide. They'll learn. They'll take action. And their ideas may well end up changing the world.
http://its21justpass.discoveryeducation.com/ - The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America, the National Football League Players Association and Discovery Education are fighting underage drinking with, It's 21. Just Pass. This program challenges you and your school to learn the risks of underage drinking, test your knowledge and win amazing prizes.
http://web2010.discoveryeducation.com/web20tools.cfm Web 2.0 is about revolutionary new ways of creating, collaborating, editing and sharing user-generated content online. It's also about ease of use. There's no need to download, and teachers and students can master many of these tools in minutes. Technology has never been easier or more accessible to all.
http://web2010.discoveryeducation.com/media_literacy.cfm - Media literacy is vital to 21st century learning. Not just in order to keep up-but to take advantage of the exploding array of learning opportunities unlocked by Web 2.0.
Today's students need to adapt to new media forms and learn them quickly. Just as important, they need to develop the critical thinking skills to digest, select and aggregate content—whether uploaded or downloaded—from a dizzying choice of sources.
http://web2010.discoveryeducation.com/internet_safety.cfm - With Web 2.0 tools bringing more students online, it's a good time to review your Internet Safety guidelines. Thankfully, there are many social media tools designed specifically for teacher and students—providing private, protected communities for sharing and collaboration in safe online environments. In the Community Tools section you'll find ideas like wikis that let you to manage communities—e.g., public wikis shared by the whole school and private wikis just for teachers or individual classes.
http://web2010.discoveryeducation.com/enter_sweepstakes.cfm - Five lucky winners will receive TECH TUNE-UP prize packs!
http://stem.discoveryeducation.com/ and http://stem.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?event=showResourceLanding&c=37 - A premier online community designed exclusively to foster achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) through the collaboration of STEM educators, and sharing of "best practices".
http://discoverystudentadventures.com/ - On a Discovery Student Adventure, curiosity is all you really need. Because traveling with Discovery is not about sightseeing (although you’ll certainly see the sites.) It’s about experiencing the world through the eyes of Discovery. It's about doing. Getting involved. Sure you’ll learn new facts along the way. Fascinating stuff. Things you couldn’t possibly have imagined. But more importantly, a Discovery Student Adventure will empower you to make the most of every single second. To enjoy this rich experience in ways you never thought possible - as an explorer, scientist, adventurer. And by the time you get home, you’ll have changed. It’s the reason a Discovery Student Adventure is like no other. And precisely why they last forever.
http://puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com/ - Choose a type of puzzle
from the list below and make your own puzzle online for classroom or home use.
http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/ - Free lesson plans written by teachers for teachers. Like you. Classroom Resources has hundreds of original lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school students. Borrow them as-is or use them to spark your own lesson plans.
Must Know Educational Videos
- 10 Things they Don't Teach you in College about Schools
- A Vision of K-12 STudents Today
- A Vision of Today's Student
- American Experience Videos for SS
- American Teens and Social Media
- Animal School
- Animator vs. Animation
- Common Craft - Explanation Videos
- Connected Education
- Did You Know - 4.0 - Latest Version
- Did You Know 2.0 - Shift Happens
- Digital Worls: Teachers Today
- Do you Speak English?
- Education Today and Tomorrow
- FrontLine: Growing Up Online
- Instructional Technology: Looking Backward - Thinking Forward
- Introducing The Book
- iSchool Initiative
- Khan Videos - Biology Chemestry and Linear Algebra
- Math Videos
- Never Stop Learning
- Pay Attention
- Progressive Education in the 1940's
- Science Video Search Engine
- Social Media Revolution
- Sylvia Earle's TED Prize wish to protect our oceans
- TED: What's Next in Technology
- The Networked Student
- Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Using Us
- What If? by Karl Fisch
- What is Moodle?
- When I Become A Teacher
- When I Become An Administrator
ip2map - New tool for your blog or webpage. Added 8/9/07