As our thoughts drift toward school supplies and lesson plans, #INeLearn kicks off a three part chat series to help you start the year on the right foot. #INeLearn moderators Tiffany Copple and Brittany Banister (Two Techie Teachers) will guide this week's discussion determined to help you kickstart a "something special" kind of year!
We hope you'll join the conversation on the #INeLearn network on Thursday, July 26th from 9-10 p.m. EDT
Monday, July 23, 2018
Friday, July 13, 2018
Prensky's most recent book http://bettertheirworld.org/ is the inspiration of the topic. This brief video gives you a glimpse of what will be discussed.
Join the #INeLearn network on Thursday, July 19th from 9-10 p.m. EDT for what promises to be a thought-provoking chat.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Tonight's chat was inspired by a Tweet that caught our attention:
We hope it peaks your interest too and that you join us and guest moderator, Sean Winningham, on the #INeLearn hashtag to discuss CS Education in Indiana!I fully support #CSforAll and glad to see that IN is making a push for CS curriculum. But do we have the resources and support for all schools to do this? What are everyone’s thoughts? #inelearn #inedchat - article via @StatehouseFile https://t.co/Z4iRnQV2Mh— Sean Winningham (@swinning_id) July 3, 2018
Monday, July 2, 2018
Music is the inspiration for the July 5th #INeLearn Chat. It's the first Thursday of the month, which means the edtech coach moderator team has designed the conversation. Diane Gill from East Porter has invited guest Seth Ponder to co-moderate. They've taken a creative approach to our hour together! The takeaways are sure to inspire your playlist for the rest of the summer and into the new school year! Rock on!
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Join us for the first in a series of seven chats on "A Vision for the Future". These discussions will take place every third Thursday on the #INeLearn Twitter hashtag. Watch for moderator, Amy Heavin, this week at 9 p.m. EDT. Our topic this Thursday is Connections.
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Sign up to receive a Remind 15 minutes before we gather on the hashtag. We only send a message on week's when we have an #INeLearn Chat planned.
In a recent edWeb webinar sponsored by Digital Promise, Bart Epstein, CEO, Jefferson Education Exchange and Research Associate Professor at the University of Virginia Curry School of Education and Katrina Stevens, Director of Learning Science, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative shared the three questions every teacher should ask anytime an edtech product comes up in conversation:
What does the product claim to do? for your classroom? for your school?
How will you know if the product is doing what it claims?
What evidence is there that the product produced results at other schools just like yours?
Tonight, we will take on each BIG question with a set of conversation generators. Join us on the hashtag at 9 p.m. EDT to be a part of tonight's #INeLearn discussion with national leaders!