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Digital Learning Day is coming! This Wednesday, February 6, will be the second annual event. Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates teachers and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in classrooms across the country. The inaugural Digital Learning Day boasted tens of thousands of teachers representing […]

Here’s a brief look at the 2011 NCTIES Conference, March 2-4 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The CATCHsystem, developed by NC State PhD student T.J. Wolfe, groups technology and Web 2.0 tools into five distinct categories so as to seem less intimidating to technology newbies. The site includes video tutorials and a free ebook.

Being proactive in setting a social media policy for your school sets clear expectations, making it less likely that you or someone you work with will write something embarrassing or inflammatory online.

Mikogo is a free-to-use, downloadable application for sharing your screen between up to ten people.

Harry Wong, author of The First 100 Days of School, has set up a 20-question quiz for teachers about classroom management and daily routines. It’s a great opportunity to reflect on one’s practice and teaching effectiveness.

Bill Ferris and Jason Don Forsythe will be presenting a workshop with Jason in the morning, as well as a session on technology integration in the afternoon.

Digital Wish is a non-profit dedicated to solving classroom technology shortfalls. Teachers can create a wish list of technology items that they’d like to use. Donors fund the purchase of a specific piece of technology that will hopefully be used in several classroom projects.

NBC is hosting a series of live summits on the topic of education in the coming weeks, including a September 26 teacher online summit that features educators from around the country.

Instructify is looking for practicing teachers and media specialists to write feature-length (1,500 word) articles on technology integration.