ADW Ed Tech-er

February, 2019

Spring All Regions Technology Educators Meeting

When: Friday, March 29, 2019

Time: 9:30am - 2:30pm

Where: St. Columba School, Oxon Hill, MD

RSVP by 3/20

Join your fellow technology colleagues for a day of learning and collaboration. It is important to take time for your own professional learning. The tech topic survey completed by you the tech educator has driven the agenda for our day together.

* We will discuss the Annual Educational Technology Survey Results and how it aligns to the tech plan. Does your school have a tech plan?

* We will review the newly revised Student and Parent Internet Usage Agreement

* We will collaborate on resources for a parents page on our ed tech site

* We will explore STEM and Maker resources, strategies, and activities.

* We will address Google and Microsoft needs and wants by providing resource pages for both on our

There will be time to collaborate with your fellow tech teachers so bring your questions and experiences.

Feel free to bring your own device.

NOTE: Light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please RSVP NO LATER than 3/20/2019 - All attendees MUST be registered.

** If you have another technology teacher or an IT specialist that would like to join us, please send them the registration link so that they may sign up as well,

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Want Your Students to Collaborate Outside of the Classroom?

Why not reach out to other like-minded, innovative educators like yourself? Give your students the opportunity to be global collaborators. Connect with other Catholic/private Schools for curriculum collaboration. Sign up here and then contact other educators in Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kansas, and more! The possibilities are endless.

Find pen pals, mystery skype, Skype in the classroom, student blogging, cultural experiences, participate in Global Projects, and more. Have any questions, contact me

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To have innovation in our mission is a daily reminder that change begins with each of us. What will you do?

The Innovative Technology Education Fund is unique: we support real innovation which requires fresh, creative thinking. What challenge, possibility or opportunity will change your practice and inspire your students? That’s what we want to hear! We provide the funds to implement your proposed innovation and positively influence your students.

Submitting your idea begins below. We will ask you a few qualifying questions before continuing to the application. Your application can be started, saved, and revisited until it’s complete.

Acceptable applications will go through a multi-step review and selection process. The 2019 grant cycle opens November 1, 2019. We accept applications from November 1, 2019 – January 31, 2020.

Click here to view the 2019-2020 Grant Application Questions PDF. All applications must be submitted online.Apply Here;