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Presidential Primary – Free Opportunity

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Announcements, Learning Opportunities, Primary Sources | 0 comments

The Presidential Primary Sources Project An Interactive Videoconferencing Program Series National Mall and Memorial Parks - March 4, 2015: 10:00-10:50am and 2:00-2:50pm CST Jimmy Carter National Historic Site -...

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Presentation – Intro to Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in 21st Century, Activities, Arduino, Coding, How_To, Physical Computing, Presentations, Professional Learning, Raspberry Pi | 0 comments

  Introduction to Arduino and Raspberry Pi YouTube video Comparing the Arduino (micro-controller) and Raspberry Pi (credit card sized single-board computer) from AddOhms. Thanks to the “Bald...

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Kat Perkins & Tabitha Lang on Mainstreet radio program

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Announcements, Digital Citizenship, Social Media | 0 comments

EduTech’s Positive Social Media ND Tour – Featuring Kat Perkins and EduTech’s Manager for Professional Learning and Outreach on Prairie Public Radio’s Main Street – September 30th,...

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NDETC – Data Steward Blog

Posted by on Sep 5, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Welcome Amy Engelhard, NDETC’s Data Steward, her latest post helps us...

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Tools and Ideas for a New School Year

Posted by on Aug 9, 2014 in 21st Century Skills, Activities, Android, Apps, Arduino, Augmented Reality, Coding, Creativity, How_To, Interactive White Boards, Internet of Things, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Opinion, Physical Computing, Programming, Raspberry Pi, Scratch, Virtual Reality, Visualization, Wearable Computing, Workshops | 1 comment

Greetings Recently, I had the privilege of working with teachers and...

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ScratchJR from MIT Media Lab

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Programming, Scratch | 1 comment

Bring graphical programming to children (ages 5-7) with ScratchJr, from MIT...

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