August is “Connected Educator Month”

[ 0 ] August 1, 2012 |

The US Department of Education has declared August Connected Educator Month.  Educators of all levels are invited to participate in a month of events such as webinars, forums, tours/expos and contests.

Sign-up to learn, network, collaborate and innovate

  • Webinars and other real-­‐time events—many headlined by education, technology, and community leaders—that you can register to attend.
  • Forums on key education and community issues in which you can participate.
  • Guided tours, open houses, launches, exhibits, collaborative projects, polls, and other special activities of which you can partake or be a part.
  • Contests you can enter, badges you can earn, plus other resources ranging from starter kits to book clubs and classes to help you join the world of connected education or become more connected.
The New York Times has also published a list of 33 Tips from Educators they admire.

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Category: Higher Education, K-12, Pre-K

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