Category: Guest Post

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: Meet your PBS Teacher Ambassador

PBS and your local public television station love teachers! To celebrate that love, PBS is partnering with local public television stations in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, North Dakota, and Iowa to pilot the PBS Teacher Community Program to help make teaching,

Guest Post: Transform learning and unleash each student’s potential

Guest Blog Post

K-12 education is going through a period of rapid change that is creating both challenges and opportunities for taking K-12 education to the next level. There are several factors contributing to this exciting time of transformation. #1. The growth of

Guest Post: MIE Spotlight: Megan Lipinczyk on student empowerment and collaboration through OneNote

The MIE Spotlight welcomes Megan Lipinczyk, a 5th grade educator from Tampa, Florida. Megan uses OneNote to foster both expression, collaboration, peer-to-peer, and even peer-to-adult teaching with her students. Hi, everyone! I’m SO excited to be a guest for the

Guest Post: Leading Innovative Schools: Some Views From 30k Feet

What does the future of school and student learning look like? Do you ever wonder how leading superintendents from around the U.S. might answer that question? At the Spring Meeting of the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools in Mentor,

Enhance Student Collaboration in your Google Classrooms with SMART amp

Our friends at SMART Technologies are guest posting today sharing SMART amp and how easy it integrates in Google Apps for Education. Jason and I have worked in amp for the past few years and are impressed with it’s seamless

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

Don’t Prove Them Right, Prove Them Wrong

  A keynote speaker, Kevin Honeycutt, at Northwest Council for Computer Education, spoke about how to face and deal with overcoming stereotypes. He says, “Don’t prove them right, prove them wrong.” To me, this means that we should overcome and

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The Student Outlook: Makerspace and Kevin Honeycutt

Given the opportunity to be in attendance at NCCE 2016 (Northwest Council for Computer Education), students of Renton Prep whom were eligible, volunteered to take the chance. The chance to experience, or introduce, technology in education to attendants. Maybe even

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Eric Sheninger on Digital Leadership

NCCE is honored to have Eric Sheninger keynote our annual conference this year.  We asked Eric to share his thoughts on digital leadership.  His thoughtful insights lay a great foundation for what digital leadership looks like in today’s schools: Digital