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Professional Development for Educators: This Week at Tapped In (November 2-8)

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  • BJ Berquist
    Professional Development for Educators: This Week at Tapped In (November 2-8) SUNDAY * Webheads in Action - TESOL/ESL/EFL/ELL community discussion for language
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 28 7:24 AM
      Professional Development for Educators: This Week at Tapped In (November 2-8)


      SUNDAY
      * Webheads in Action - TESOL/ESL/EFL/ELL community discussion for language
      teachers.


      MONDAY
      * C3: Cybersecurity Awareness - Cyberethics, Cybersafety and
      Cybersecurity sessions help inform the educational community about the
      ethical, legal, safety, and security implications of technology use. For
      more information about the C3 Institute and cyberawareness resources you
      can visit our C3 Institute site
      http://www.edtechoutreach.umd.edu/C3Institute/index.html


      TUESDAY
      * Teacher Tools That Integrate Tech: Connecting Classrooms, Sharing Real
      Data - Collaborative and real-time data projects engage students in
      collecting and sharing local data; communicating with other students
      around the world; using and analyzing "pooled" data from web-based
      databases; and accessing unique, primary source information. Join us as we
      look at some of the best online projects for middle school math and
      science students.

      * Math Resources K-20 - Jeff Cooper discusses resources and ways to
      facilitate communication among Tapped In Math educators.

      * Science Resources K-20 - Jeff Cooper continues discussing ways to
      facilitate communication among Tapped In Science educators.


      THURSDAY
      * Next Vista for Learning: Digital Pics and Cheap Mics - Learn to create
      multimedia projects that are free, fun, easy, and educationally powerful.
      The November topic is How to Make a Simple How-To Video.

      * Teaching Teachers Forum - This group, for anyone who teaches, mentors,
      or supports teachers, will meet in the Teaching Teachers Forum Room.
      Everyone is welcome.

      * Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears: Rocks and Minerals - In this monthly
      event, Jessica Fries-Gaither and Kimberly Lightle host a discussion about
      the challenges of teaching science and integrating science and literacy
      instruction in elementary grades. The session (and the cyberzine) is
      intended for K-5 educators. The topic for November is How to Have a Polar
      Festival!


      SATURDAY
      * Religious Educators discussion with John Greenamyre

      * K-12 Campus Tour and Classroom Support - Learn more about the safe and
      secure K-12 Student Campus and how you can create your own K-12 Student
      Classroom during this tour with Jeff Cooper.


      * TIPS AND TRICKS sessions are offered throughout the week to help both
      new and experienced Tapped In users get the most from the interface!

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      If you don't see an event that interests you, or have a suggestion for
      future discussions, send us an email and let us know! Comments are always
      appreciated!
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      View the Tapped In calendar of ASO events at:
      http://tappedin.org/tappedin/do/CalendarAction By clicking on the
      calendar event, you can read the complete description of that event.
      Please note that occasionally an event description will have information
      to be read or instructions to be followed prior to the discussion. You can
      set the calendar to your time zone to see events in your times.

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      http://tappedin.org/tappedin/do/CalendarAction?state=getFeed
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      Respectfully submitted,
      BJ Berquist
      Associate Educator, TAPPED IN
      bjb@...
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