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Guest Post: Best Tools for Back-to-School 2019

Common Sense

Best Tools for Back-to-School 2019 If you’re looking for ways tech can support your teaching in the 2019-2020 school year, this list is here to help. These top-rated apps and sites — ranging from instructional supports to organizational tools to social

Guest Post: 10 Summer Movies to Broaden Kids’ Perspectives

Common Sense

The summer box office is known for action-packed hits, beloved remakes, and long-awaited sequels. This year is no exception with Spider-Man: Far from Home, the Lion King, and Toy Story 4 hitting the big screen. Of course summer movies have high entertainment value,

Guest Post from Lisa Simmons: Reflections from WE Day Seattle – 2019

WE Day Logo

Working with the WE organization has been such a rewarding and powerful experience. This organization impacts so many students and allows them to serve. Empowering these students to change their world is a huge motivator. It is service learning at

Guest Post: A Summer Camp for Makers: NCCE’s Maker Camp

Maker Camp

This summer NCCE is hosting our third round of Maker Camps! We’re not sure of the exact count, but this will make about fifteen NCCE camps that we’ve offered over the last dozen years. Holding a professional development program as

Guest Post by Jennifer Brown – Reflections of E2

“Oh, you are going to E2?  It is a life-changing experience!”  From the day I learned I was going to Paris for Microsoft’s Educator Exchange conference, I heard that phrase in many ways, from many former attendees.  I would smile

Guest Post: Building Literacy with Actively Learn

Actively Learn

By Lesley Burdine, Technology Integration Coach at Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (NCCE welcomes Lesley to the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher blog)   Have you ever found that digital tool that when you use it with students all of a sudden faces

Guest Post: Tell Them You Love Screentime!

Hand holding iPhone with screen on

By Delaney Ruston, M.D. (NCCE welcomes Dr. Ruston to the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher blog for a series of posts related to the impact of technology on the lives of adolescents.  The NCCE 2019 conference will feature a screening of Dr.

Guest Post: Hold that Text

Phone screen with the text hold that image

By Delaney Ruston, M.D. (NCCE welcomes Dr. Ruston to the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher blog for a series of posts related to the impact of technology on the lives of adolescents.  The NCCE 2019 conference will feature a screening of Dr.

Bridge the Gap: The NCCE ISTE Educator Certification

ISTE Certification

By Miguel Guhlin (@tceamg, TCEA.org) – See Miguel’s bio online: tceamg.org “The geography of our organization now depends on where you’re standing,” says Dr. Heidi Rogers. Technology bridges the gap that geography makes wide. When teaching and learning span the

Guest Post: MicroK12 SAMLABS at NCCE 2018

Sam Labs

In 2015, there were nearly 8.6 million STEM jobs in the United States, and that number is quickly increasing with STEM job growth rising at three times the rate of any other field over the past 10 years. Strong STEM

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