Articles Archive for December 2011
Take a look at this short list of discounts for teachers. While this is by no means an extensive list, it definitely includes a few of the most popular discounts for teachers.
The bottom line is…no matter what you’re looking to buy, there’s most likely a company that has a discount for you!
Barnes & Noble Educator Program – Up to 25% off
Book Warehouse Educator’s Club – 15% off
Half Price Books – 10% off
Aerosoles – …
Do you like sharing ideas with other educators? Do you enjoy talking about the latest trends in education? Then Edcamp is for you! Allow me to introduce one of the upcoming free professional development events that SimpleK12 will be sponsoring: EdCamp Delta!
Delta will host its inaugural Edcamp on January 14th, 2012 at Delta Secondary School in Ladner, BC.
Edcamps are hosted worldwide to allow for educators, students, parents, and anyone interested in education to participate in a one-day, free “unconference” without guest speakers or keynote speakers. The participants at …
We’re expanding our horizons, and looking for some more presenters who live outside the United States and Canada. Are you our next SimpleK12 webinar presenter? Read on to find out!
Likely, you’re already familiar with the great webinars we host weekly… if not be sure to check out our growing list here: www.SimpleK12.com/webinars
We’re actively looking for new presenters to add to our list…and this time, we’re trying to add some more variety by reaching out to educators who live outside of North America.
Do you think you …
The following is a guest post from our good friend, Steven Anderson, who is a District Instructional Technologist in Winston-Salem, NC. Steven works with district and school administrators on how to harness the power of technology to enhance learning.
5 Ways To Transition Classrooms into Web 2.0 Learning
There is so much pressure on school leadership in this day and age. School budgets are growing tighter and tighter. More, now than ever, schools and districts are facing the real possibility of laying off teachers and not having enough in funds …
Over the last year, we’ve had a lot of educators share their own advice and expertise here on our blog… and we’re looking forward to seeing what you will share with us in 2012 too!
Here are the highlights of our 2011 guest posts, just in case you missed them or if you’d like to revisit!
Check out the following …
Text your Class with Celly
Discover a FREE resource that allows people to “opt in” and subscribe to mass text alerts. You’ll also learn …
The holiday season is upon us. We at SimpleK12 have been scanning the web for our favorite holiday videos. Take a look at what we found.
This clever video incorporates some of the most popular free technologies into the nativity story. Notice the modifications made for when Mary rents a car and plans their route to Bethlehem.
This homeowner in Grove, Utah really took his Christmas light display to the next level, and created a light show that plays along to “Amazing Grace”.
Lastly, I’d like to share with you a winter …
Sometimes who you know is as important as what you know. Keep reading to discover how having a wide range of professional connections not only broadens your reach, it can actually help you learn, grow, and become more efficient.
Welcome to the final day of SimpleK12′s 12 Days of Webinar Replays! The goal? To share popular Teacher Learning Community Webinar Recordings for all to enjoy this holiday season.
The Networked Administrator: Leading and Learning with Social Media
Discover the role of the networked administrator, who, as the school’s lead learner, …