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Help ISTE Develop the Next Generation of NETS for Students

Just a forward that I thought the EdTech Community would appreciate:

Help ISTE Develop the Next Generation of NETS for Students

ISTE's National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) were introduced
in 1998. Since then, the NETS have served as a common denominator for
effective technology integration in education throughout the country and
around the world. To keep the NETS relevant in today's increasingly
digital world, ISTE is developing the next generation of the NETS for
Students (NETS*S) and needs your feedback. There are two easy ways for
you to get involved:

* Take the NETS Refresh survey

* Register to attend one of these free NETS Refresh Town Hall being held at regional conferences: FETC, January 25, Orlando, FL and TCEA, February 6, Austin, TX

21st Century Learning #27: Past, Present, and Future

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #27
Past, Present and Future
January 9, 2007
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A conversation about the past, present, and future of our webcast.


Women of Web 2.0.11

Women of Web 2.0.11
January 9, 2007
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EdTechWeekly#13

EdTechWeekly#13
January 7, 2007
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Ed Tech Brainstorm January 4, 2007

EdTechBrainstorm
January 04, 2007
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Thanks to Derek K Miller of penmachine.com for the interview. Derek is an "Editor, Web Guy, Drummer and Dad -- 'and that doesn't really include the day job stuff'..." from Vancouver, B.C. He's also the artist behind the theme song for EdTechBrainstorms -- Camp Walk.

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