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  • 10 Nov 2018 11:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A free webinar opportunity...

    Join us on November 13th as we partner with ISTE to host a roundtable discussion about how Cisco's new free supplemental curriculum, GPS: The Series, has turned Arizona students into global problem solvers.

    NOTE: If you have already registered, thanks!

    Hear pilot educators share how the curriculum has helped them to address key learning objectives, such as:

    • diversity and interest in STEM
    • design thinking to create solutions
    • interdisciplinary approach
    • inspiring compassion and empathy in students at a young age
    • real-world applications of using tech and the internet of things to address global challenges

    Click here to REGISTER!

    GPS: The Series at a glance:

    • free animated web series, no cost to use or license
    • supplemental, does not need to replace existing curriculum
    • available in four languages
    • each season comes with a complete teacher's guide, in-classroom activities and suggested questions for each episode

    Even if you can't attend during this time, still register to have the recording emailed after the event!

    Global Problem Solvers: The Series is a new animated web series for students and schools exploring entrepreneurship, 21st century skills and how to use technology for social good.

  • 30 Oct 2018 5:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Important NHCMTC Reminders... 

    • Looking for a few more Teacher Showcases, Student STEAM Showcases, & EdTech Playgrounds on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday! Join us for a free day at the conference.
    • CMTC is less than 6 weeks away ~ credit cards are accepted for online payment ~ get your registrations in ASAP.
    • Registration deadline for Monday PreConference MITI workshops is Thursday, November 1st. Registration for Monday PreConference BYOD workshops runs to the Thanksgiving break.
    • Seeking someone to organize the pictures taken at CMTC from the past 5 years ~ will trade for a free day at CMTC18 ~ contact CMTC@nhste.org if you think you might be interested.

    Submit your proposal from the CMTC home page in the Conference Links box at www.nhcmtc.org.

    We look forward to seeing you in Manchester at the newly renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown in November.


    Sincerely, CMTC18 Steering Committee

  • 30 Oct 2018 4:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    If you are planning on registering for one of our PreConference MITIs, the deadline is the Friday... 11/2/18!


  • 14 Oct 2018 1:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The NHSTE Pat Keyes and Susan Janosz Award nominations are now open!

    Do you have a teacher or teacher leader in your school who should be acknowledged for their contributions to your school, students, faculty, and school culture?  This is the ideal channel to let them know their efforts are appreciated.

    Click here for more information.

  • 14 Oct 2018 12:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     ~~~~ You are invited join us at CMTC18 ~~~~ 


    New for 2018 ~ the print program is NOW available for download ~ see link below and online registration is open.

    Please note: We still seek Student & Teacher Showcases, EdTech Playgrounds, and solutions partners for all three days.  Please email me at cdunlap55@comcast.net if you have any questions or a solution partner who you would like to see at CMTC!

    32nd Annual Christa McAuliffe Transforming, Teaching, & Technology Conference (CMTC18)

    When: Monday, November 26th to Thursday, November 29th
    Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown, Manchester, NH

    EVENT DETAILS:


    Register in September for the
    32nd Annual Christa McAuliffe
    Transforming, Teaching, & Technology Conference (CMTC)
     at www.nhcmtc.org.

    Click here to download the print program.

    PreConference Workshop information posted by the end of August. 

    Online Conference registration: http://rsvpbook.com/event.php?578234

    Join our internationally renown keynotes . . .
    Ginger Lewman on Tuesday
    Thomas C. Murray on Wednesday
    Jennie Magiera  on Thursday

    Spotlight speakers and district include:

    • Carol Todd, Educator, Advocate, Parent ~ Monday Leadership Forum & evening Parent Forum, Tuesday, Wednesday
    • Joseph South, ISTE Chief Learning Officer ~ Monday Leadership Forum & Tuesday
    • Holly Doe, NHSTE Susan Janosz Award Winner, NHCTO President, Director of Technology Pelham SD ~ Monday PreConference, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    • Dan Black, Londonderry, Assistant Superintendent ~ Tuesday
    • Rita Oates, Educator, EdTech Innovator, Grants Guru ~ Monday PreConference, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    • Cathy Collins, Media Specialist/Librarian, Sharon, MA ~ Wednesday, Thursday
    • Laconia School District ~ Wednesday


  • 23 Sep 2018 9:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It is time to nominate a colleague for one of our NHSTE Awards. 

    Click here for more information.

    Click here to nominate a colleague.


  • 23 Sep 2018 9:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Online registration for CMTC 2018 is now open! Sign up early for Master It & Take It (MITI) workshops offered on Monday, 11/26.


    The deadline for MITI workshop registration is Thursday, November 1st. All MITI workshops are also available as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Check out what BYOD devices/resources you need for BYOD workshops on the CMTC 2018 website under ATTEND - PROGRAM - MITI WORKSHOPS.

    Visit the conference website for more information:  www.nhcmtc.org

    Also, join us as a presenter on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday and receive complimentary registration for the day.  We still have a openings for:

    • Teacher Showcase each morning
    • Student STEAM Showcase each afternoon
    • Ed Tech Playgrounds both morning and afternoons

    The Teacher Showcase highlights the use of instructional technology tools and resources that engage and empower students to enhance learning.  Examples include: demonstrating technology-enhanced projects using online interactive tools, social networking, video libraries, Google tools, or online conferencing to get students excited about and involved in their learning.  From 10:00 to 11:30 on Tuesday and Wednesday and 8:50 to 10:20 on Thursday, conference attendees walk around and chat with Teacher Showcase presenters.  Each showcase is provided with a new, larger 15’ x 20’ booth and 6’ long skirted table for displaying their materials.  The process is comfortable, relaxed, and informative.   

    The Student STEAM Showcase highlights programs across the state engaging students in a variety of STEAM activities in grades K-12.  The student showcase takes place in the afternoon from 1:00 to 3:15 (1:00-1:30 setup, 1:30-3:00 showcase, 3:00-3:15 breakdown).  We welcome up to two adults with a maximum of five students per team.  Each team receives a one-day conference registration for a maximum of two adults.  Each student team is provided with a new, larger 15’ x 20’ booth and 6’ long skirted table for displaying their materials. 

    EdTech Playgrounds bring together educators and exhibitors to provide attendees with hands-on fun and engagement in the EXPO Center morning and afternoon.  Potential topics include: Digital Age Library, MakerSpaces, Assistive Technology, Technology & the Early Learner, Coding & Robotics, GAFE, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Video Production.  Playground participants receive a round or square table and plenty of space for setting up an interactive environment.  Teacher playgrounds run for 2 hours.         

    We look forward to seeing you at the newly renovated Double Tree by Hilton Manchester Downtown (previously the Radisson) in November.


  • 23 Sep 2018 8:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New England ISTE (NEISTE) offers FREE professional development webinars throughout the year. Here is a brief list of some of the upcoming webinars...

    • 7 Critical Factors in Successful Elementary and Middle School Engineering Projects
    • 6 Minutes and Reading Growth
    • Reaching ALL Students with Mastery Learning

    Click here for a list of all of the webinars and the link to register.

  • 23 Sep 2018 8:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are very pleased to add FUNecole to our NHSTE discounted program.

    FUNecole® is a comprehensive digital learning solution for teaching and assessing Computer Science and 21st-Century/SEL skills in elementary education (Grades 1 to 6). (SEL – Social Emotional Learning) Each lesson is fully planned and supported by an end-to-end package of digital instructional contentincluding detailed activity plans, animated videos, student exercises, gamification guides, and formative assessments. In parallel, the digital learning and sharing platform truly enables the 21st century digital classroom with features including student digital portfolios, real-time project assignments and feedback, learning analytics, interactive assessments, performance benchmarking, and customized lesson planning.

    FUNecole® has an ISTE Seal of Alignment at the Proficiency Level and is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education for ICT Starters qualifications

    Here’s their latest school success story to get an idea of the magnitude of results that FUNecole® schools accomplish.

    NHSTE webpage for FUNecole - http://nhste.org/page-1860087

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