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Upcoming events

    • 13 Jun 2021
    • 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • 15 Jun 2021
    • 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual ~ Central Time Zone

    There is still time to register for the TCEA Elementary Technology Conference . . .

    Link to the website: https://elementary.tcea.org

    Direct link to registration: https://elementary.tcea.org/register/

    Conference Content Available Until July 12

    Find fresh insights for your classroom, juicy tech tips, and plenty of lively ways to connect at the 2021 TCEA Elementary Technology Conference. This is the event of the year for those working in primary education.

    You’ll get powerful, specific resources for your grade level and specialization along with earning required credit hours. Here’s your opportunity to recharge and renew your commitment to young learners.

    • 30 Jun 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual via Zoom

    NHSTE Members are invited to join our past CMTC19 Keynote speaker, Olivia Van Ledtje, and Cynthia Merrill, for a FREE 3-part "Spark Change" webinar series in partnership with the University of New Hampshire. 


    This three-part webinar series focuses on five key ideas for using tech as a tool for empathy, equity, and activism to spark change in the world. This webinar series is geared towards teachers, parents, and students ages 8+.

     

    Session One | June 30, 2021:

    Spark Change - Make Your Mark on the Digital World

    Hear how student presenter, Olivia Van Ledtje’s work as a “book activist” has gone global, and be inspired by how she has come to know her place in the world through technology creation and connected learning opportunities. Ideas for remote teaching and learning, as well as favorite technology tools and apps, will be shared. Pedagogical considerations for this kind of work will be discussed.


    Session Two | July 21, 2021:
    Digital Activism and Using Tech for Social Good

    Meet some changemakers building on the five key ideas presented in the first part of this webinar series, this session will introduce attendees to students who have created powerful, digital identities through vlogging, blogging, and podcasting. You’ll be inspired by these students and their creations, and learn first-hand how using technology for good can create a movement others will want to join. 


    Session Three | August 11, 2021: 
    Let’s Do This: Sparking Change in Your Community 
    This final session will deepen parent and/or teacher understanding of digital identity, use of social media as a tool for learning, and contextualize guided practice as a construct when supporting students digital lives. Attendees will consider how personal passions can become tools for community change when paired with digital platforms and tools, and will get advice about how to encourage students to spark change in their communities. 


    Please check out the UNH website for all the details and registration for the June 30th webinar:  unhconnect.unh.edu/spark21


    Registration for the July and August webinars will be available soon at the link above.

    • 15 Sep 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual


            

    NHSTE is excited to announce our professional learning partnership with
    Digital Respons-Ability, one of our CMTC solution partners!

    This is the first webinar in a series of three FREE webinars being offered in the fall of 2021!

    Engaging your parents around technology: How to create a digital parenting event

    Parents can be collaborators or obstacles on the topic of technology. With hybrid learning and more tech than ever in classrooms, schools need more communication with parents. This webinar will draw from dozens of in-person and virtual digital parenting events to give practical advice for educators and schools who want to host their own.

    Date:   Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

    Time:  4:00 to 5:00pm ET

    Registration Link:  https://respons-ability.easywebinar.live/engaging-your-parents-around-technology-registration

    Certificates of participation will be provided to all attending live or viewing the archived version of the webinar. 


    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual


            

    NHSTE is excited to announce our professional learning partnership with
    Digital Respons-Ability, one of our CMTC solution partners!

    This is the second webinar in a series of three FREE webinars being offered in the fall of 2021!

    Know Thyself: Evaluating our biases & online communications

    Sociologist Zeynep Tufekci wrote in an MIT Technology Review article, “belonging is stronger than facts.” We show that belonging online, on social media posts, retweets, what we share and who we follow. This webinar will speak to the educational need to talk about media beyond fact vs. fiction to in-group vs. out-group. It will discuss our cognitive biases and cognitive blind spots and research-based strategies evaluate information.

    Date:   Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

    Time:  4:00 to 5:00pm ET

    Registration Link:  https://respons-ability.easywebinar.live/know-thyself-registration

     Certificates of participation will be provided to all attending live or viewing the archived version of the webinar. 


    • 17 Nov 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EST)
    • Virtual


            

    NHSTE is excited to announce our professional learning partnership with
    Digital Respons-Ability, one of our CMTC solution partners!

    This is the final webinar in a series of three FREE webinars being offered in the fall of 2021!

    The Impact of AI on Media Literacy

    Chances are, you’ve read an article or watched a video online that wasn’t created by a person, but a bot. How do you spot these bots? What are the trends in AI used in our media? And more importantly, how can we prepare students for a world where they can’t only not trust what they read, but what they see and hear?

    Date:   Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 

    Time:  4:00 to 5:00pm ET

    Registration Link:  https://respons-ability.easywebinar.live/impact-ai-media-literacy-registration

    This webinar is the perfect introduction to our CMTC21 Tuesday keynote speaker, Kate Darling, a Leading Expert in Social Robotics & MIT Media Lab Research Specialist.  

    Certificates of participation will be provided to all attending live or viewing the archived version of the webinar. 

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