Teague's Tech Treks

Learning Technology and other Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Top 10 Most Read Stories on TechLearning.com

Check out the Top 10 Most Read Stories on TechLearning.com

1. Tech & Learning Announces Winners of its ISTE 2014 Best of Show Awards
2. Smart Ways Schools Can Save
3. ISTE 2014 A Great Success
4. The Importance of Ed Tech Leadership
5. FrontRow Releases Juno Connect
6. From the Principal’s Office: Sunrise Calendar App
7. App of the Day: ArtStudio Offers Wide Range of Creative Choices
8. Product Review: Sphero
9. Telling a Story with Data
10. Table of Formulas for Geometry

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ISTE– Very Interesting commentary

BlendedTeam @itibrout is writing some very interesting and engaging blog posts for ISTE:

Check out her view of Sunday: http://medinablended.edublogs.org/2014/06/29/days-1-and-2-at-iste-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/

And—UPDATE–just added—her view of the Keynote Speaker. http://medinablended.edublogs.org/2014/06/30/iste-yesterday-was-the-good-today-is-the-bad-and-still-some-good/

For what it’s worth all the way in Texas, I agree–shoulda been LaVar Burton. And, this post made it all the way to Edublog’s Reader recap so… wow!

FWIW, I agree w/ @itibrout –shouldabeen LaVarBurton http://t.co/omtaKcjR4N What'ya think? @Ashly2499 @GriffyHolt @maureensullivan

— Helen Teague (@TweetTeague) June 30, 2014

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ISTEs 14 Essential Conditions

As a companion to its National Education Technology Standards (NETS), the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) identified 14 Essential Conditions to effectively leverage technology for learning.   To learn more visit Success at the Core here. Here’s a sample:

Essential Condition (as provided by ISTE)
Shared Vision

Proactive leadership in developing a shared vision 

for educational technology among all education stakeholders

   
 Empowered Leaders

Stakeholders at every level empowered to be leaders in effecting change

   
 Implementation Planning

A systematic plan aligned with a shared vision for school effectiveness and student learning

   

 

 

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