NCCE Blog

This blog’s purpose is to share, collaborate, and engage with the NCCE and greater Ed Tech community. As the Tech-Savvy Teachers-in-residence, Mike, Richard and I will be your guides through this site. We will have weekly posts covering current Educational Technology trends, how-to’s, reviews of hardware/software/apps, and our interviews with Tech Savvy Teachers from around the country. Through NCCE’s vast network of educators we will be introducing a continuous stream of guest bloggers to share their experiences and add even more value to this blog. We are always looking for teachers that are teaching in a tech-savvy way. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and G+ and share your questions, thoughts, and experiences. We will be featuring tech-savvy teachers from around the country to learn their approaches, challenges, and innovations. This blog is really about the collective knowledge of many to move instruction forward.

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Posts by NCCE Blog

Join us for CloudCraft for Minecraft: Education Edition

The Microsoft Datacenter Community Development team has partnered with NCCE to provide live lessons and share CloudCraft for Minecraft: Education Edition with classes and students […]

Dr. Heidi Rogers Celebrates 20 years at NCCE!

Reprinted from the CDA Press/ Business Journal August 30 – Written by Devin Weeks  Geographically, the Northwest Council for Computer Education, NCCE, is helping integrate […]

Library of Congress Crossroads of History Project

Are you ready, teachers?   I will say the often-dreaded beginning of school years words – “Professional Development.” Yes, I know the purpose is to improve […]

NCCE 2023 Call For Proposal Now Open

The 2023 NCCE Conference is coming together! We will be at the beautiful Tacoma Convention Center March 21st through the 23rd! I know I am […]

NCCE Crossroads of History Project – Teaching with Primary Sources

   CROSSROADS OF HISTORY PROJECT  Using Primary Sources to Develop and Implement Informed Meaningful Activity Plans Based on Social Justice and Civil Rights Issues  Cohorts […]

NCCE and Bishop Larkin Catholic Schools partnership: Leveraging Digital Tools to Achieve Academic Success 

NCCE partnered with Bishop Larkin Catholic Schools to help teachers successfully plan and execute lessons that allow engagement and active learning. Major disruptions from the […]

Microsoft OneDrive and Teams adds deeper integration into Learning Management Systems

Does your district utilize Canvas or Moodle as  their Learning Management System? If so, you will be pleased to know that Microsoft has been working […]

Guest Post: Online Camps for a Summer of Learning Adventures

This guest post is provided by our friends at Common Sense Media: Online summer camps for kids aren’t necessarily a sad stand-in for the “real” […]

30-in-50 2022: 30 New Tools for Tech-Savvy Teachers

Thank you for attending this year’s 30-in-50!  Here is a Wakelet with all of our links! The post 30-in-50 2022: 30 New Tools for Tech-Savvy […]

Post Falls School District Google Digital Transformation Success Story

NCCE assisted Post Falls School District’s digital transformation over the summer of 2020, just after the COVID-19 pandemic shifted all public schools in Idaho from […]

Join NCCE this April for Minecraft Active Citizen Live Lessons

Every day, millions of young people in every country and territory worldwide use Minecraft as a platform to connect, solve problems together and explore their […]

Get ready for NCCE 2022 with Charity Nix at Live from NCCE tonight 7pm EST/4pm CST

Live from NCCE events occur the first Thursday of the month through the school year. This month we are joined by NCCE 2022 Featured Speaker […]

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