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Professional Development

Constructive Use of the iPad in the Humanities Classroom – One Teacher’s Experience

September 28, 2015

Josh Herring will be presenting the session “The iPad in the Humanities Classroom: One Teacher’s Journey from Skepticism to Appreciation” at the 2015 Teaching and Learning with the iPad Conference this November. Come join Josh and hundreds of other passionate educators at the original iPad educational conference November 12th – 14th in Raleigh, NC! Technological Skepticism […]

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10 Tools to ROCK Assessments Using Google Apps on the iPad

September 15, 2015

Google Apps can Play a Powerful Role in Assessment Dr. Chris McGee will be presenting a full day GAFE Workshop and numerous breakout sessions at the 2015 Teaching and Learning with the iPad Conference this November. Come join Chris and hundreds of other passionate educators at the original iPad educational conference November 12th – 14th […]

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6 Things to Check Before Starting a Technology Based Lesson

September 3, 2015

Creative Commons Licensed Image Source As we enter a new school year, those who are still pretty new to teaching with tech will  welcome a few tips … As it advances, technology is becoming an integral part of our children’s classrooms. It is common for learning to take place on iPad apps, in digital presentations, […]

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Full Day Flipped Classroom Workshop, Friday, Oct. 16 in White Plains, NY

August 26, 2015

EmergingEdTech Founder Kelly Walsh will deliver a full day Flipped Classroom Workshop at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY on Friday October 16th, 2015. Come Join Us! Overview This full day workshop will provide a practical learning experience for all educators wishing to develop a plan to incorporate flipped teaching and learning techniques […]

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Early Registration for Fall 4 Week Online Flipped Classroom Workshop is Open!

August 13, 2015

Come Join This Popular Online Offering and Build (or Improve on) a Custom Plan to Flip Your Classroom! EmergingEdTech Founder Kelly Walsh has been delivering this unique, affordable online training since 2012. Teachers from across the globe have taken this convenient professional development workshop … educators from elementary grades all the way up to graduate […]

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CyberCrime is a People Problem – Raise Staff, Faculty, & Student Awareness

July 20, 2015

Resources to Help Protect Your School, Your Students, Colleagues, and Family At the recent NYSCIO conference, Reg Harnish, CEO of Grey Castle Security, presented an eye-opening session, Colleges Under Attack: Cybercrime in Higher Education. One point Harnish made loud and clear is that security and cyber crime are not technology problems, they are really people problems. […]

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5 “Must Read” Ed Tech Books for Summer Professional Development

July 7, 2015

Creative Commons licensed image source Educators are busy people – even in the summer when many of them do not have classrooms full of students. They attend workshops, they re-write curriculum, and they take courses to enhance their knowledge and skills. With all that they do, it is easy to neglect a critical factor in […]

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Call for Papers for ICIET 2016 Conference

June 25, 2015

The International Conference on Information and Education Technology Makes its U.S. Debut. Come Join us and Present! This international educational technology conference has been bringing together perspectives from across the globe for what is now going its fourth year. In January of 2016, the ICIET conference will be held in the U.S. for the first […]

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Build Your own Try-a-Tool-a-Week Challenge – We’ve Made it a Snap!

June 23, 2015

How Would you Like to Build Your own Custom Challenge in Minutes? During the months of March through May, we ran a fun “challenge” here on the site. Every week, signed up participants would receive an email with a link to a page where we shared a new free tool. The web page would have […]

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Student Motivation Thought Leader Interview – Larry Ferlazzo

June 22, 2015

I’ve done several “Education Technology Thought Leader” interviews over the last few years, but found myself hesitant to label Larry Ferlazzo as such, and I am confident he would agree. Larry is a brilliant writer who has written extensively about student motivation, using technology to teach ESL, and other education topics. While he is well […]

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