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Your Technology Plan Needs Help (so I've scheduled a workshop)

Your Technology Plan Needs Help (so I've scheduled a workshop)

ADMINISTRATOR TECHNOLOGY PLANNING WORKSHOP: What is constantly at or near the top of parent surveys?  Technology!  BTE has been planning and implementing quality technology plans that parents love, teachers adore and students find “awesome”!  You cannot afford not to learn this information.  The plan is simple but requires time to plan and prepare for.  Now is the optimum time to start evaluating your education technology strategy for 2017-2018 school year.

Top 10 Technology Blogs Every Teacher Needs To Follow

Top 10 Technology Blogs Every Teacher Needs To Follow

Blogs are a quick and easy way to learn something new on the fly. Through blogs, you can get inspired, personalize your learning, and connect with other experts.  Here is a list of my top 10 blogs, not only for new teachers but all teachers plus one bonus blog!.

14th Annual Computer Teacher Summer Training Workshop

14th Annual Computer Teacher Summer Training Workshop

Computer Teacher Training and Curriculum Overview in Palm Springs, CA August 1-4, 2016 at the Palm Springs Hilton Resort

I have been teaching for over 20 years and the BTE Summer Training is the best training I have ever received as a Computer Teacher!

— Computer Teacher, San Diego, CA

Motortrend Is Off the Mark With Apple Car Prediction

Motortrend Is Off the Mark With Apple Car Prediction

If you step back and complete the loop, the Apple Car is never done.  It can be constantly working and generating revenue for the owner.  Moving people, supplies, or temperature controlled items.  The future for the Apple Car is bright.

Education Technology Research Asks Laptops or Tablets?

Education Technology Research Asks Laptops or Tablets?

I came across this Pearson’s research study stating that college students across America still prefer laptops over mobile devices. Eighty-seven percent of the 1,211 in this Pearson study preferred laptops, Chromebooks, or Netbooks, etc. (Poll, 2015). This was no surprise to me since my research last year was looking at how mobile devices were used for learning amongst undergraduate students.