PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0 are delighted to have technology integration specialists Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr and Cheryl Oakes as our guests for "Summertime and Your Personal Learning Network," the next webinar in the PBS Teachers LIVE! series. Please join us tonight, Tuesday, June 2, at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern / 12am GMT for this upcoming free webinar. (…See More
Join us at 7 pm EST on Thursday, May 7, 2009 for a tour of the May issue of Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears: Polar Oceans - http://beyondpenguins.nsdl.org/issue/index.php?date=May2009At the ends of the Earth lie the Arctic and Southern Oceans - mysterious, largely unexplored, yet vital in driving global circulation patterns and climate. In the May issue of Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears, explore these oceans, their characteristics, and the species that call them home. Discover ways to…See More
Hi Kathy - Hope your summer is going well! I wanted to update you on our free webinars and hope you can join us for one of them soon.
We've had three Tech Talks so far - one on Interactive Notebooks, Moodle, and Digital Storytelling. You can get to the recordings of those by clicking on the Web Archive link.
You can see all our upcoming events by clicking on the Events tab. The next TechTalk topic is Using Wikis. We've got lots more topics to cover in the next few months - technology, pedagogy, content knowledge, all sorts of fun stuff! Any ideas on additional topics or feedback you have would be greatly appreciated! Kim
That's great - Tapped In is a different format - just a live chat. Jessica has been doing them but needs me to fill in for her this evening. We have a Beyond Penguins chat the first Thursday of every month. If you can join us - that would be great. Talk to you soon, Kim
Hey there! How are you? Thanks for joining the MSP2 social network. This is part of the new things we're trying as part of the NSDL Pathways grant. Check out our Science publications and Diigo groups - links on the Main page in the Links box - also our two blogs - Connecting News and Middle School Math and Science - on the right side on the Main page. Any comments, feedback, or ideas as we get started would be very helpful - thanks, Kim