From yetserday’s inbox… Note I think I’m finally getting caught up on the postings after three weeks of being on the road. So the number of daily entries may slow down for the next week or two.
The Smart Boards CEET MEET is underway with over 100 registrants from locations world wide. If you haven’t register or logged in yet for this free pro-d event, you can login now @ http://bit.ly/o4xJmw Sue Hellman has developed a unique and engaging course to explore at your convenience. Check out Sue’s Smart Boards compilation of resources on Scoop-it: http://bit.ly/IhK9ooCEET FEATURE
Verena asks, “What can I do as a parent to offer EdTech support at home?” She proposes an online MiniMOOC. We want your feedback.
OUR WEBINAR CALENDAR is FULL of FREE AND OPEN EVENTS
Monday, April 23 at 5pm PDT: Using Smart Boards with Special Needs Students
>click on the event calendar in CEET to login
Angie Scarano-Iuorio and Valia Reinsalu will show us how to use a SB as an assistive technology for special needs students including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Both women are on the assistive Technology Team in the Special Education Department for the Toronto District School Board.
On Friday Stephan Doyle (Manager, Education Product Marketing for Software, Content and Services at SMART Technology) walked us through Notebook11 and demonstrated the new features and showed newcomers enough of the basics to create and share great learning activities. Here is a link to a recording of the webinar: http://bit.ly/I6iN5O
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