Category: Curriculum

Guest Post by Heather Lister: The Gift of Mackin

This holiday season I was able to gift my husband the PERFECT gift. I had been hiding it since August and was so excited to give it to him. It wasn’t expensive or a hard-to-find item, but it was unique

Unleashing STEM at NCCE 2018

Join us at NCCE 2018 and learn how to Unleash STEM for all students at the STEM for All Movement Summit Wednesday, February 14th from 1:00 pm–5:00 pm. Traditionally, STEM, 21st century skills, & Maker-Spaces have been viewed as subjects

Celebrate Cyber Education with LifeJourney’s NSA Day of Cyber during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

The NSA Day Of Cyber sponsored by the National Security Agency, is an online, interactive cyber career exploration experience, which runs on the LifeJourney platform. It enables students to take a seat beside the NSA Cyber Threat Director and test drive a day in

New Resources from PBS Learning Media!

Welcome Back Everyone! We look forward to another great year of sharing Tech Savvy Tips, Tricks and Resources with all of you. The entire NCCE team looks forward to being a year long partner in education with you. We are

Guest Post: National Education Technology Plan @mrmacnology

NETP 2016 “The National Education Technology Plan is the flagship educational technology policy document for the United States. The 2016 Plan, Future Ready Learning: Reimagining the Role of Technology in Education, articulates a vision of equity, active use, and collaborative

Teaching with The Library of Congress Blog

If you aren’t subscribed to this blog, you may be missing out on some great resources. Written mostly by education staff at The Library of Congress, who have intimate knowledge of resources, these blog entries contain great classroom resources. This

The Robots are coming to NCCE 2016!

Student made robots will be invading the vendor floor of NCCE 2016! Mark Ehrhardt, recipient of the Eric Jensen Award at NCCE 2015, and his team will be demonstrating their amazing robots that are sure to blow your mind! Mark will

Library of Congress 2016 Summer Teacher Institutes

Library of Congress 2016 Summer Teacher Institutes –Teaching with Primary Sources The Library of Congress is now accepting applications for its week-long summer institutes for K-12 educators. Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., this professional development opportunity

NCCE Session Preview: STEM Robotics 101

Interested in integrating STEM in your classroom? How about Robotics? How about both? We sat down with Randy Steele, one of the creators of the STEM Robotics 101 curriculum, to learn more about this project. Randy will be at NCCE

Student Publishing with LuluJr

Have you ever wanted to work with your students to help them publish a book? If so, LuluJr is a great place to start: My Awesome Publishing Company is a new online platform that gives you all the tools you need