Feed on
Posts
Comments

Category Archive for 'Professional Development'

Friday, March 14, 2014 SCASL kicked off the last day of conference with our 2nd General Session at 8:30AM. Senator Vincent Sheheen, representing Chesterfield, Kershaw, and Lancaster County, welcomed us to our last day of conference. The Election Results are IN! Next up we had a special announcement from Immediate Past President and Elections Committee Chair Heather […]

Read Full Post »

SCASL Concurrent Session 2, 9:00 AM, Thursday, March 13, 2014 This time slot was reserved for the SCASL Regional Network Meeting. Regional Network Members (coordinators and contacts) are invited to this meeting, though it really is open to any attendee in hopes of having others step up and take a leadership role in SCASL. I […]

Read Full Post »

Above in the slideshow you will find many SCASL14 pictures. There will be more added to the set in the coming days as attendees send in or add their own photos to our SCASL Flickr Set.  Some of the early ones are those that were from the conference app Guidebook. As always upon return, I am […]

Read Full Post »

In recent days I’ve been mulling over what is the best way to present professional development for educators. As I’m scheduled this week to give an after school PD, I am reflecting on recent conversations about what is most effective. I have come to the conclusion that PD cannot be standardized, and there will always […]

Read Full Post »

Our committee was selected for a pre-conference session for Wednesday, November 13, from 1:00-4:30PM. Presenters  from our committee included Committee Chair Heather Moorefield-Lang, Melissa Jacobs-Israel, Dr. Donna Barrata (immediate past chair), Lucy Green, and myself.  The plan was to have our introductions, followed by our participants introductions, a quick explanation of the SAMR model for […]

Read Full Post »

This is really part two of yesterday’s post, and I will now focus on Discovery Education’s Discovery Educator Network.  How fitting that Arne Duncan named October as “Connected Educator Month,” because connecting educators is what I think of when I think Discovery Educator Network (DEN).  Since South Carolinians have access to part of the most […]

Read Full Post »

Last week our state had our annual SC Edtech Conference in Greenville, SC, just up the road from me.  It’s a great conference that is timely, as it’s still close enough to the beginning of school to actually “try out” anything new you get from the conference. I had take-aways from every session and/or event, […]

Read Full Post »

I saw this early this morning from The Principal of Change and it really struck me as I reflect over my attendance yesterday of the Upstate Technology Conference sponsored by Greenville County School District (Grenville, SC).  I love this conference as much as some other ones I attend. It has a sense of community that I don’t […]

Read Full Post »

#TXLA13

@TXLA Another fabulous conference in the books! Wonderful speakers! Amazing authors! Incredible programs! Awesome librarians! #txla13 That was one of the tweets I read this morning. I arrived home late last night, weary and worn from my two day whirlwind at the Texas Library Association’s Annual Conference. The conference began earlier in the week, but I couldn’t snag […]

Read Full Post »

How will I manage all these Edmodo groups!? After SCASL13, I find my sidebar of groups (ones I’ve joined) to be quite full. SCASL asked presenters to create an Edmodo group for conference sessions this year, and now that I’ve opted to join those conference session groups, I have to click “show all” to find ones […]

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »