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  • 04 Jun 2018 10:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We wanted to let NHSTE members know about an event ATinNH is having in Concord in September.  Included is the Save the Date flyer here.  You may be interested in attendin or maybe even participating as a presenter.  We will have more information to follow but wanted to get this information to you.  The landing page for the event is:https://iod.unh.edu/atmakers.  We also have a FB page for the event. https://www.facebook.com/ATMakersNH/   

  • 04 Jun 2018 9:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Let your voice be heard ~ help choose the keynote concurrent sessions at CMTC18! #nhcmtc Click here for the link to the survey. The survey will remain open through the whole month of June 2018.

  • 28 May 2018 9:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    OPEN NH Summer 2018 Session

    Online Course Session Dates: July 11 – August 28

    Courses are $130 for 7 weeks and earn 35 Professional Development hours. 

    Early Bird Special !  Register early and save $10.00.  Early Bird Special offer ends on June 26, 2018.

    The following courses are scheduled to be offered in the Summer 2018 Session of OPEN NH courses

    • AS-01 Full STEAM Ahead! Introducing Design Thinking as a Reflective Teaching Strategy through Integration of a Project-based Invention Curriculum
    • BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
    • BP-16 Understanding Gender Equity Issues in STEM Education
    • CE-11 Using Digital Tools to Engage Students and Personalize Learning
    • HE-01 Teaching and Learning About HIV in the 21st Century Classroom
    • IE-06 Designing Blended Learning
    • LT-08 ESOL Literacy Development: Part 3 – Oral Language Acquisition
    Register for Summer 2018 Courses Here!
    Learn More About OPEN NH Course Sessions Here!

  • 28 May 2018 9:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The deadline for submitting proposals is extended to Tuesday, May 29th!

    The 2018 Christa McAuliffe Transforming, Teaching, & Technology Conference (CMTC) Steering Committee is excited to announce that the Call for Presenters online submission system is now open though the end of May! We need your proposals, this is what makes CMTC GREAT!!!

    The link for submitting proposals is www.nhcmtc.org

  • 21 May 2018 5:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Looking for some concrete ways to properly use technology in your math classes? Join Craig Sheil and Stefan Fritz in their workshop: "Best Practices: #MathWithTech" where you will experience technology-based lessons and activities that propel your curriculum forward and engage students on a deeper level. In this day-long workshop, attendees will discover activities from the student perspective and then presenters will unveil the "magic" that happens in preparation for an engaging technology-rich lesson. Bring your laptop/chromebook and get ready to math with tech!


    Who: Craig Sheil and Stefan Fritz

    What: Best Practices: Math with Tech

    Where: Bedford High School, Bedford, NH

    When: Thursday, August 16, 2018 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Why: Continue to share with others how math and tech can and should be used together.

    Bonus: Lunch is included


    Details and registration information can be found at bit.ly/mathwithtech

  • 21 May 2018 5:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Fourteen New Hampshire schools began a Student Technology Leadership program called GenYES at the beginning of this school year. In these schools, 176 students were highly prepared using the GenYES curriculum to assist their 492 teachers as well as administrators and IT staff integrate technology into their schools. These Student Technology Leaders (STLs) accomplished this by completing 459 (as of 4/20/18) Technology Assistance Projects (TAPs) in collaboration with teachers and IT staff. TAP examples from each school can be found in the attached PDF. The 14 NH schools included 2 high schools, 1 middle school, 4 K-8 schools, and 7 elementary schools.


    Gen YES is a great way to get your students up to speed with ICT Literacy, personalize their learning, and help your teachers increase their tech skills. As you plan for your 2018-2019 school year, consider hosting a Gen YES Chapter in your school.  New Hampshire has a great initial start up rate of $2975 per school.  Annual membership is only $500 per school.  The Gen YES program and philosophy align well with our New Hampshrie initiatives of personalization, competency based education, and the Future Ready New Hampshire initiative.


    The Gen YES New Hampshire Consortium hopes all NH schools will consider implementing Gen YES in your schools for 2018-19.  The Gen YES model is flexible enough to fit into any school program.  The fees support an abundance of training materials, access to the Gen YES online student TAP reporting/completing system, statistics on students and TAPS, as well as an up to date student curriculum. The nonprofit Generation YES organization is happy to take your phone calls (888-941-4369) or email inquiries (support@genyes.org).  The Gen YES main office is near Seattle, WA, in Pacific Time, so please call after noon.


    The Gen YES New Hampshire page on NHEON.org now features some sample Technology Assistance Projects (TAPS) completed by New Hampshire students.   You can learn more about GenYES New Hampshire at nheon.org/genyes and genyes.org.  

  • 21 May 2018 5:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Things are hopping over here at Antioch University New England this spring. I wanted to let you know that in addition to the STEAM concentration in our Experienced Educators Program, we're also launching a stand-alone pre or post-masters Certificate in Integrated STEAM Education. Both programs are low- to no-residency and are rooted in experiential learning, classroom facilitation, authentic assessment, PBL and SEL. Can you help us spread the word? We're still accepting applications to begin this summer.


    Laura Thomas

  • 21 May 2018 5:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Next Makey Makey Train-the-Trainer 7.21.18

    These photos taken on 5.5.18 in NH

    New England ISTE hosted our first Train-the-Trainer Institute on May 5th in Rye, New Hampshire. Our next workshop and training is Saturday, July 21, 2018, in Northampton, MA. Completing this training will make one eligible to train for NEISTE across New England. 

     Registration is open! 

  • 21 May 2018 5:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Friends of NHSTE and New Hampshire Colleagues, 

    This email is targeted to anyone from New Hampshire (NHSTE member or not) who is going to ISTE18 in Chicago at the end of June. Hard to believe that the school year is nearly over and in about a month some of us head to Chicago for ISTE 2018!!!

    NHSTE is once again planning the New Hampshire Networking Dinner during ISTE.  We generally meet after the opening keynote on Sundayevening, June 24th, probably around 8:00pm ish this year at a restaurant near the NHSTE hotel.  This event has ranged from a small group of 12 to 15 to a group of over 40 of us! We have gone to some gourmet restaurants and some more casual locations.  I have already located a couple options close the NHSTE hotel, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown, 216 E Ontario Street Chicago, IL 60611.  Once I have an idea as to how many are interested, I will finalize the location.   Anyone from New Hampshire (and their guests) is invited to attend.  

    Please complete this quick 5 question survey to let us know your plans. The options on the survey include "probably' and "maybe", so you do not need to be sure of your plans at this time. This is the ONLY EMAIL that will go to the full NHSTE membership list with this request, so please share with your friends and colleagues headed to ISTE18.  Those providing me with their email address on the survey will be added to a list of individuals to receive detailed ISTE18 information from NHSTE moving forward.

    I invite you to please complete the very short survey for the ISTE18 NHSTE Networking Dinner RSVP at: 

    Have a great rest of the 2017/18 school year,
    Cyndi Dunlap

  • 21 May 2018 5:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Can you believe how fast the end of the year is approaching?  It's almost time for you to submit your students "Community Atlas" project for the 2018 school year.  Remember, a Community Atlas project is simply a collection of different maps or apps that students have prepared on at least a somewhat related topic.  Examples from past years include:

    • Unity, New Hampshire:  Our Beloved Hometown by Unity 7th Grade students
    • New Hampshire Resources by Groveton 7th & 8th Grade students
    • Roman Empire by Fairgrounds Middle School students
    • Civil Rights Movement by Surry Village Charter School students
    • Lincoln's History and Future by Lin-Wood 4th Grade students
    • African Countries by Sant Bani 6th grade students
    • Map Collection of Real and Fictitious Places by Hillsboro Deering 8th Grade Students
    • Trout in the Classroom by Henniker Community School students
    • Math Map Projects by Bow High School students

    For more information, please see:  http://www.nhedgis.org/geoprism-community-atlas-projects.html.  Remember, thanks to the GeoPriSM Math-Science Partnership grant from the NH Department of Education we can provide a stipend of $400 for each GeoPriSM teacher who has students successfully complete a project.

    For those of you planning (or hoping) to submit a project, it would be helpful if you could register so we could better plan the funds available for our summer workshops.  Please do this as soon as possible.  The links for the both registration and submission of the final project (due June 8th--but contact us if that is an issue) are on the page linked above.  Any questions?  Don't hesitate to contact Bob [rwoolner (at) sau66.org] or Ina [i_ahern (at) nhedgis.org]

    Reminder:  Submission deadline for the NH Online Map Competition (https://sites.google.com/site/nhonlinemapcompetition/) is this Thursday, May 10th.

    Also, don't forget to register for this final summer of funded workshops.  See http://www.nhedgis.org/summer2018.html for more info and links!

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