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

New Live from NCCE tonight with our guest Dr. Natasha Rachell at 7pm Eastern!

Live from NCCE events occur the first Thursday of the month through the school year. This month’s speaker is Dr. Natasha Rachell and she will […]

Help us welcome Noreen Dooley as NCCE’s new Professional Learning Coordinator!

Noreen Dooley, a former Technology Coordinator at St. John Paul ll Catholic School in Houston, Texas, joined Northwest Council for Computer Education, NCCE, on January […]

Guest Post: Can You Spot a Great CSEd Week Activity?

A brisk chill has hit the air and everyone wriggles in their seats with excitement.  The most wonderful time of year has arrived…and I’m not […]

Join us at NCCE 2022!

NCCE 2022 is in-person and will be here before you know it! Join us in Seattle for three full days designed to inspire educators, empower […]

Digital Citizenship Week is Oct 18-22 – Start your planning with Common Sense Education resources!

Digital Citizenship week is here! Start your planning now with great lessons from Common Sense Education. http://blog.ncce.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/why_teach_digitalcitizenship_site.mp4 Common Sense Education has ready made lessons that […]

Live from NCCE is back and better than ever! Join us tonight with our guest Joe Sanfelippo at 7pm Eastern!

NCCE is excited to bring back our Live from NCCE web series for the 2021-2022 school year! We will have a Live event the first […]

NCCE Newsletter: Looking back over this past year

Heidi Rogers | CEO I am grateful to be able to share the highlights of 2020-21 for our leading not-for-profit organization, NCCE. NCCE prepares educators […]

Does your school have a Girls Who Code club? Start one today with free curriculum!

Looking to add a new club tailored to empowering girls while creating fun projects? NCCE partner, Girls Who Code, have created an excellent support system […]

Help us welcome Kiersten Kerr, NCCE Conference Director

We are so excited to have Kiersten Kerr join the NCCE as our Conference Director! Kiersten brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to team […]

NCCE welcomes three new educators to their board

NCCE recently welcome three newly elected educators to the NCCE Board of Directors. NCCE current board president, Brian Pahl, sat down with each new representative […]

New Google and Microsoft Online Facilitated Courses for Administrators!

NCCE is excited to announce new Google and Microsoft Courses for Administrators! Whether you are new or a veteran administrator, lead a large or small […]

Attention Administrators! New Professional Learning Opportunities from NCCE this September!

NCCE is excited to announce a wide variety of Google and Microsoft facilitated online courses for Administrators this fall. Below is the list of courses […]

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