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B-A Tech Club Students Rock the PA Computer Fair… Again!

March4

What: The Regional Pennsylvania High School Computer Fair, an annual event that highlights students’ application skills and computer knowledge. Where: Greater Johnstown Career and Technology Center When: March 1, 2017 Who: Six of my Tech Club students Why: To provide students with the opportunity to unleash their creativity via the development of various projects and then […]

A Few #Eddies2015 Live Here!

December21

The votes have been tallied, the results announced, and now here’s the shout out… A huge high five to anyone out there in the blogosphere that sent some love to Aubree and me during the 2015 Edublog Awards competition. Your vote(s) helped both of us snag some digital bling for wins in the following catergories: […]

Cast Your Vote for the 2015 Eddies!

December8

Hey, Edutech for Teachers fans! The nominations have been tallied and voting is now open for the 2015 Edublog Awards. But the good news doesn’t end there! And that’s because I’m beyond psyched to announce that Edutech for Teachers is a finalist in three categories: Best Teacher Blog, Best Ed Tech/Resource Sharing Blog and Best Individual […]

EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs

May13

Educational technology specialist Jamie Forshey brings some color to the world of classroom technology solutions. Her blog features innovative teaching methods powered by technology. Whether the news of the day is apps, pedagogy or digital media, Forshey has something to add to the conversation. These are the words written by D. Frank Smith, a social […]

Some Digital SWAG for Aubs & Me

December20

I’m not the type that puts too much emphasis on awards. Blogging is a passion, a labor of love; therefore, awards do not define me or my work. I mean, don’t get me wrong. It’s not that being recognized by others for a job well done is unappreciated, but what I know to be true […]

Trashy Tech Club Kids Win Recycling Video Competition

April28

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about “The Monster Trash”, a video my BAMS Tech Club students produced and then entered into the Intermunicipal Relations Committee’s Recycling Video Competition. Well, the results have been tabulated and the winner is… Yep, you got it! Those trashy kids of mine managed to win yet […]

Shout It Out with Flocabulary!

April26

One shout out deserves another, right? Well, I think so anyway. So, here’s the situation… For the last few months a few of my very amazing Tech Club students—namely seventh graders Aubree and Quintin—have been submitting entries to the Flocabulary Week in Rap contest to try to win a shout out on their weekly current events […]

10 Follow-worthy Education Blogs

April19

I’m typically not the self-promoting type, especially because I do not write this blog for any other reason than it has become one of my passions of life. However, when this girl gets mentioned in an article with the likes of edtech rock stars Richard Byrne (Free Technology for Teachers), Vicky Davis (Cool Cat Teacher) and […]

And the Clustrmap Says…

March27

You gotta just love it when you can cross an item off of the never-ending “bucket list”—right? Well, today marked one of those times for me. Those of you who visit Edutech for Teachers know that I am committed to providing as many “cool tools” as I possibly can to my fans and followers. However, […]

Cast Your Vote for Edutech for Teachers!

December6

Hey, Edutech for Teachers fans! The nominations have been tallied and voting is now open for 2013 Edublog Awards. But guess what? The good news doesn’t end there! I’m totally psyched to announce that Edutech for Teachers is a finalist in two categories: Best Teacher Blog and Lifetime Achievement! Woo hoo! Please help me win […]

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