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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No Boundaries on NCCE Quality Professional Learning

Please enjoy part three of this three-part series from guest blogger Melissa Hortman, NCCE Professional Learning Specialist!  Be sure to check out parts one and […]

Submit your proposal to present at NCCE 2022!

NCCE 2022 is the largest edtech event in the Northwest, and planning is underway for an in-person event February 2-4, 2022! We are working closely […]

Supporting the Future of Higher Education through Professional Learning

Preparing for the Unknown Faculty are stressed, overwhelmed, and burnt out. If we go by Steven R. Covey’s Habits of Highly Effective People, which says […]

Professional Learning to Support the Future of Higher Education

Let’s Talk about Professional Learning Professional learning is a topic higher education wrestles with every year, especially after the last year we just went through. […]

Relive all the great Microsoft sessions from NCCE 2021 from your home!

Did you attend NCCE’s 2021 virtual conference? Now is a great time to go back and revisit all of the great sessions including all of […]

Amazing implementation of Minecraft: Good Trouble Lessons

In last weeks Live from NCCE we were so fortunate to be joined by Felisa Ford and Natasha Rachell as they shared some amazing lessons […]

How to use Microsoft OneNote and Teams together!

In last weeks Live from NCCE Professional Learning Specialist, Victoria Thompson, shared how well Microsoft OneNote and Teams work together in your classroom. In the […]

IASA and NCCE Professional Learning Partnership

Two of Idaho’s most prominent names in education, the Idaho Association of School Administrators, IASA, and Northwest Council for Computer Education, NCCE, are partnering together […]

End your school year with Makecode!

In last weeks Live from NCCE Professional Learning Specialist, Merry Hoffmeister, shared a variety of activities and resources from Microsoft MakeCode. Microsoft MakeCode is a […]

Math Whiteboard: Amazing free tool worth a look!

We were fortunate to have Donald Carney join us during last weeks, Live from NCCE to share the amazing Math Whiteboard. Math Whiteboard is the […]

Meet NCCE 2021 Featured Speaker: Joe Dockery

NCCE 2021 Conference is here and our final featured speaker to highlight is Joe Dockery!  Registration remains open through out the conference. If you haven’t […]

30-in-50, 2021 Edition

Here is our collection of 30 interesting’ish things we have discovered over the last year! A special shout-out to educators… you make it happen each […]

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