The Tech-Savvy Teachers

Meet NCCE’s Tech-Savvy Teachers!  Mike Agostinelli and Jason Neiffer have been working together since 2008 leading the way in classroom technology innovation, professional development, and just being incredibly nice guys! The Tech-Savvy Teachers connect and engage with NCCE members and fans through a variety of ways including presentations, speaking opportunities, interviews, equipment and software reviews, interviews and thier personal favorite, the NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher blog!

The purpose of the Tech-Savvy Teacher blog is to provide a platform to share, collaborate and increase engagement with NCCE members, educators and the greater Educational Technology community as we collectively work to progress instruction.

RSS Recent Blog Posts

  • Guest Post: Looking for cost-effective ways to support teachers? Teacher Advisor can help.
    We’ve all heard it from teachers: “There aren’t enough hours in the day…” Many of us who have been in the classroom can personally attest to the various items competing for a teacher’s time over the course of a given day, week, or month of instruction. Whether it’s figuring out what to teach the next […]
  • Guest Post by Heather Lister: The Gift of Mackin
    This holiday season I was able to gift my husband the PERFECT gift. I had been hiding it since August and was so excited to give it to him. It wasn’t expensive or a hard-to-find item, but it was unique and 100% him. The minute I saw it I knew he had to own it. […]
  • Unleashing STEM at NCCE 2018
    Join us at NCCE 2018 and learn how to Unleash STEM for all students at the STEM for All Movement Summit Wednesday, February 14th from 1:00 pm–5:00 pm. Traditionally, STEM, 21st century skills, & Maker-Spaces have been viewed as subjects areas & environments for only the Gifted &/or more advanced students. In this session, we […]
  • Making your documents more Accessible: Headings
    I have been spending a lot of time recently learning and implementing best practices when it comes to making digital resources more accessible for all learners. What I have learned is that adjusting a few steps in your workflow makes a world of difference to not only students that require a fully accessible digital resource, […]