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Guest Post: Digital Leadership Day 2015 by Zach Snow

Below is a guest post from Zach Snow, Instructional Technology Coordinator in Royse City ISD. This post was originally published on Zach Snow’s blog: Digital High Five. Like most people, I learn at a deeper level when I can tie my learning directly to an experience. Today I had the opportunity to learn from, EdCamp […]

2014 Digital Fluency Conference #R10Tech

The Region 10 Technology Conference on May 6th was a great day of learning, sharing, and networking. I am always up for a day of learning, and it is even more worthwhile when it is in my backyard! Keynote: Leslie Fisher I was super excited to hear the Keynote speaker Leslie Fisher.  I follow her […]

Students Explore their Passions with #GeniusHour – by Guest Blogger, Stuart Burt

Recently, a colleague (@getheather) and I have embarked on an amazing journey with a group of 3-5 grade students. This journey is called Genius Hour. Below is a short video created by Chris Kesler (@iamkesler) that does a great job of explaining the process and reasoning behind Genius Hour. Heather started this process two months ago […]

A Recipe for Awesome – by Guest Blogger, Aimee Bartis

EdCampAwesome was Saturday, February 22nd at Royse City High School.  EdCampAwesome certainly lived up to it’s name.  I had the pleasure of working as an organizer for EdCampAwesome.  After everything wrapped up, several people asked about putting on their own EdCamp. Here’s a recipe for an Awesome EdCamp. Start with 2 guys (or gals) with […]

7th Annual Doodle 4 Google!

This year’s theme: If I Could Invent One Thing To Make the World a Better Place… One talented young artist will see his or her artwork appear on the Google homepage, receive a $30,000 college scholarship, and win a $50,000 Google for Education technology grant for his or her school! Discovery Education created three videos and […]

Skype With An Author On World Read Aloud Day March 5th!

LitWorld‘s advocacy campaign for the human right of literacy, World Read Aloud Day, calls worldwide attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories. Kate Messner has published a list of authors who have volunteered their time to read aloud to classrooms and libraries all over the world on March 5th. Join the global […]

18 Days Until Digital Learning Day!

February 5th is Digital Learning Day. Digital Learning Day is about giving every child the opportunity to learn in a digital environment. Take the pledge to support the effective use of digital learning and make sure to add your DLDay event to the calendar!   Ashley GilliamEducational consultant and tech facilitator supporting innovations in learning, education […]

Google Week @10

Region 10 is proud to present training from The EdTechTeam, Lead by Google Certified Teachers and Google Apps for Education Certified Trainers. Google Apps for Education Certification Boot Camp (2 day) January 27-28, 2014 Google Apps for Education Certification Boot Camp serves two purposes: to raise awareness about how Google Apps can be used in […]

What is Edcamp?

  What is Edcamp? EdCamp is a very unique professional learning opportunity for educators. Also know as the “unconference,” Edcamp presents a new way for educators to convene, connect, and share with each other. “What makes Edcamp an unconference? Unlike traditional conferences which have schedules set months in advance by the people running the conference, […]

20th Annual Region 10 Tech Conference is May 6!

Come celebrate technology and learning with educators from around the Region 10 area. There will be break-out sessions from teachers and educators from the Region 10 area, an informative exhibit hall from our best vendors, a digital playground, demo slams, TONS of door prizes, AND our Lunch-and-Learn sessions will be led by STUDENTS! Check out […]