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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

  • MIE Expert Applications Due July 15th
    Many of NCCE’s Professional Learning Specialists already carry the badge of MIE Expert. MIE Experts are leaders of innovation in education, advocate the effective use of technology, and share their experiences with peers and policymakers. MIE Experts provide insight for Microsoft on new products and tools for education, and they exchange best practices as they work together to […]
  • Washington Teachers: Need STEM clock hours?
    Northwest Educational Service District 189 Physical Computing and It’s Role in Education Tuesday 8/7/2018 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM This six-hour academy is designed to give educators an understanding of what physical computing is and how they can integrate it into their curriculum to deepen learning. Educators will learn why physical computing is a powerful […]
  • Hands on Review: Sam Labs STEAM Kit
    Thanks to MicroK12, I was able to spend some hands-on time with the STEAM Kit from Sam Labs. In this review, I put the STEAM kit through a variety of tests and scenarios. Overall, this product is a winner and a great learning material to integrate into your school. Before we get into the specifics, […]
  • #firstyearteacherme: Lean on your peers to build success with Kyle Calderwood!
    Welcome to this edition of #firstyearteacherme! We are collecting words of wisdom from NCCE friends, trainers, and staff to share with early career teachers and other educational professionals through our blog. Experience brings understanding, and we know that if we could do it all over again, we would all approach things in a bit of […]

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