Congressional App Challenge: Inspire the Next Generation!
We are counting on educators like you to help us promote STEM education among today’s youth. The Congressional App Challenge is the most prestigious prize in student computer science. Participation in the challenge has grown exponentially and has reached underserved, diverse, and rural student populations.
Every year members of the US House of Representatives challenge students in their districts to create and submit their original apps for a chance to win the Congressional App Challenge (CAC). Each challenge is district-specific. The New Hampshire Congressional District 1 U.S. Representative, Chris Pappas, has signed on and is looking for applications from students in NH Congressional District #1.
Representative Pappas will publicly recognize winning teams and each winning app may be put on display in the U.S. Capitol Building for one year. Additional prizes may also be available. The Congressional Internet Caucus initiates the annual Congressional App Challenge. They have appointed the non-profit Internet Education Foundation to provide the CAC with supplemental staffing and support.
Check it out today and challenge your students to deisgn an app!
Learn more at https://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/get-involved/educators/.
For a map of NH CD #1, visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Hampshire%27s_1st_congressional_district
The 2019-2020 NHTE grant program is now open! Here is what you need to know...
$4000 to fund a project that has a foundation in emerging instructional technologies. Up to two grant projects will be funded.
Any preK-12 team of teachers in a public or private New Hampshire school
Application period opens March 18 and closes May 1, 2019
For more information go to nhste.org/nhstegrants
DEADLINE has been extended to this Thursday, February 7th!!! If you think there is any chance you might be headed to ISTE, reserve a room now and then cancel by April 7th if you determine you are unable to go. The Hampton Inn we have reserved for the NHSTE Block is right next to the conference venue and as reasonable as any of the hotels that are available.
To get all the details, please click here to go to the NHSTE page with all the ISTE19 information.
Get ready for ISTE 2019 in nearby Philadelphia June 23rd through June 26th!
Get your super early bird pricing through March 1st!
See you in Philly!
More information here...
You are invited to join Connection, NH School Connectivity Initiative, and Aruba for the Everything You Want to Know about E-Rate but Were Afraid to File briefing. E-Rate Channel Manager of Aruba, Juan Rodriguez, will cover an array of topics pertaining to E-Rate including the benefits of filing for funding, discovering what qualifies for funding, and new technology. We hope to see you there! Join us. It’s free!
Friday, February 15, 2019; 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. at Southern New Hampshire University, Hospitality Center, 2500 North River Rd. Manchester, NH 03106
Key topics of discussion will include:
Registration Open for OPEN NH Winter 2019 Session of Courses
OPEN NH Winter 2019 Session - Online Course Session Dates:
February 6 - March 26, 2019
The following courses are Scheduled to RUN:
AS-01 Full STEAM Ahead! Introducing Design Thinking as a Reflective Teaching Strategy through Integration of a Project-based Invention Curriculum
EC-01 Creating a Language Rich Environment
BP-07 Using an Online Professional Learning Community to Support Teacher Leadership Development
CE-05 Developing Competencies for Standards-Based Instruction
CE-10 Game-Based Learning
CE-12 Implementing Digital Learning in Your School or District
Register early and save $10.00. Early Bird Special offer ends on January 22, 2019.
Register for Winter 2019 Courses Today!
Graduate Credit options are available through New England College and Plymouth State University.
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:
Click here to REGISTER!
GPS: The Series at a glance:
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.
Important NHCMTC Reminders...
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
If you are planning on registering for one of our PreConference MITIs, the deadline is the Friday... 11/2/18!
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.
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