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Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Graduate Credit for “Office 365 for Administrators and Technology Coordinators”
Bismarck/Grand Forks: June 17th & 18th
One professional development graduate credit has been approved for an additional fee of $75.00, payable to NDSU with a major credit card. Please register by June 25th. Select the registration link behind your workshop city.
NOTE: If you choose not to register for this special credit, EduTech will track your hours for two years and they may be used for the standard “Classroom Applications of Technology” credit within the two years.
EduTech Graduate Credit Support
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Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
Geospatial technologies have been identified by the current administration as one of the three highestgrowth industries in the US today. Learn how to incorporate the tools of this trade to support science, mathematics and geography! We will provide dozens of easy activities using Global Positioning Systems (GPS), digital cameras, and electronic probe ware mapped out in a geographic information system (GIS).
GIS is the common space to analyze all these data in a single interface. GPS and remote sensed imagery provide context for concepts from geometry to algebra, chemistry to physics, or agriculture to business. These technologies open worlds of investigation in your classroom, after school clubs or science fair projects.
For more information go to EduTech Training
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Tuesday, August 7th, 2012
The workshops listed below will be held in the Idea Lab at the Center for Innovation in Grand Forks. Please click on the workshop name for more information.
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Friday, May 18th, 2012
EduTech will be holding EduSites and SMART Notebook 11 workshops in Devils Lake at the North Dakota School for the Deaf. Choose to attend on June 14th or July10th.
Please join us if you would like to create and learn more about blogs, using blogs in the classroom or setting up a blog as a school website.
SMART Notebook 11 workshops
SMART Technologies has released Smart Notebook 11, a free upgrade if you already hold a SMART Notebook license. Please join us if you’re new to SMART Notebook or would like to learn how to use the updated interface in a relaxed, collaborative environment.
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Wednesday, November 18th, 2009
What are some ideas for using a blog in elementary education? I know there are institutional uses but what about classroom use and integrating it into a lesson plan? A few ideas thrown out in a recent workshop include:
- Student journals.
- Discussing a story that was read.
- Story creation, adding to a story on a regular basis.
- Favorite/least favorite cafeteria lunch. (This one might be something the whole school can participate in).
- Talking about classroom or school events.
What are your ideas?
Tags: blog and podcast
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