NCCE18 Trainers Summit Reflection

NCCE Training Gets Hot NCCE Trainer Dinner with NearPod What did I do this weekend?  I spent three-days in 105-degree temperatures learning, collaborating, and planning […]

Guest Post: Leading Innovative Schools: Some Views From 30k Feet

What does the future of school and student learning look like? Do you ever wonder how leading superintendents from around the U.S. might answer that […]

30 in 50 – 2017: The latest tech-savvy apps for tech-savvy teachers!

A big thank you to everyone who attended the session live! Here is the list this year, enjoy! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a26CVG0UY2YbgmSIpAXhBTfrPy5NtuUkN5koMT18q98/edit?usp=sharing The post 30 in 50 – […]

Great opportunity for Seattle educators attending NCCE 2017!

ATTENTION SEATTLE AREA EDUCATORS – We have a NEW opportunity for you to start your NCCE 2017 adventure on Wednesday, March 22 while you travel […]

NCCE Professional Learning – A Global Training Partner for Microsoft

NCCE Professional Learning – Global Training Partner for Microsoft Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – In 2016, NCCE (Northwest Council for Computer Education) partnered with Microsoft to […]

Spring Resources from PBS Learning Media

Use Sports to Teach Math, Science, and More! Football and the Pythagorean Theorem: There’s Math in Sports? Explore how the Pythagorean theorem can be used […]

Prep your #GAFE students now for the fall with Google Sync for Chrome

As the school year rapidly comes to a close, now is an excellent time to take some small steps to prep your students to hit […]

Flag Day Libary of Congress resources for June

Flag Day On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing a national Flag Day on June 14. Many Americans celebrate Flag […]

#NCCEchat Archive May 28, 2015

We had a small group this month, but a great focused discussion! We have settled in to NCCEchat the 4th Thursday of every month at […]

Using TweetChat as another option for tonight’s #nccechat

Richard, Jason, and myself hope you can join us tonight at 7 pm PST for the first ever #NCCEchat We will be focusing on successes […]

How can time-strapped teachers find and use free resources from the Library of Congress?

How can time-strapped teachers find and use free resources from the online collections of the Library of Congress to support the needs of diverse learners? […]

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