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[13 May 2015 ]

Google is so much more than your favorite search engine – it’s a way to inspire creativity in your students, increase student productivity and collaboration, and spend less time on menial classroom tasks.
Join us for a free online event featuring many of the hidden tools and resources that Google has to offer. Our experienced presenters will share their favorite tips & tricks to help you become a Google Expert in no time!

If you are interested in learning more about how to use Google tools to connect and communicate, check out …

[9 May 2015 ]

Join us as we bring you not one, but TWO Microsoft events in one day!
Microsoft experts Kyle Calderwood and Helen Gooch are here to show you amazing ways you can increase connectivity, collaboration, and efficiency in your classroom or office by using Skype and OneNote!
  
You’ll learn how to use these free tools to…

connect with experts and other classrooms around the world
save time, become better organized, and collaborate more effectively
and much more!

  
Click here for more information, and free event …

[2 May 2015 ]

Are you looking for ways to supplement your income, but aren’t really sure what kinds of things you could do or where to get started?
Join Shelly Terrell as she discusses a variety of ways in which educators can earn extra money – either over the summer or during the school year.

You’ll learn…

Various ways educators can earn extra income.
How to earn over summer break and throughout the school year.
How to get involved in online teaching, publishing eBooks, and more!

Come …

[29 Apr 2015 ]

Are you ready get your online learning courses off and running at your school?
Do you have a team that is responsible for implementing an innovative digital curriculum?

Adding technology to K-12 environments does not automatically improve learning. What matters most is how teachers and students use technology to develop knowledge and skills that support curricular goals and assessment practices.

Here are a few best practices from innovative K-12 school systems that have successfully implemented their online programs.

1. Set goals for your digital curriculum.
A digital curriculum is much more than a textbook delivered …

[22 Apr 2015 ]

Google is so much more than your favorite search engine – it’s a way to inspire creativity in your students, increase student productivity and collaboration, and spend less time on menial classroom tasks.
Join us for a free online conference featuring many of the hidden tools and resources that Google has to offer. Our experienced presenters will share their favorite tips & tricks to help you become a Google Expert in no time!

If you are interested in learning more about how to use Google for classroom collaboration, check out these four …

[15 Apr 2015 ]

Do you need to revamp your instructional materials to meet Common Core State Standards? Is your curriculum committee making big decisions about what will best prepare your students for college, work and the world? Now could be the right time for your school to consider building your own digital curriculum.
Change is in the air! Changes that will propel one of the next big trends in education—a shift away from “big box” curriculum and the move towards a more personalized, adaptive, “create-your-own” digital curriculum. Key forces driving this change include:

[15 Apr 2015 ]

Are you searching for a hassle-free way to learn about the best educational apps available for your iPad? Join us at this free online event as our iPad experts share their tips and tricks on how to improve your classroom immediately.

If you are using iPads in your classroom and need new ideas, check out these five hot topics:

10 Offline Activities to do with an iPad
Get Students Excited about Reading using the iPad
Apps & Project Ideas to get K-12 …