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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.

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  • Teachable Moment Episode 4: Saving YouTube video to your computer
    Have you ever tried to show a YouTube video in the middle of your lesson and it won’t load correctly? Tammy has just the answer! In her latest Teachable Moment, she shows how to download a YouTube video to your desktop and insert it into a PowerPoint presentation. The post Teachable Moment Episode 4: Saving […]
  • Bridge the Gap: The NCCE ISTE Educator Certification
    By Miguel Guhlin (@tceamg, TCEA.org) – See Miguel’s bio online: tceamg.org “The geography of our organization now depends on where you’re standing,” says Dr. Heidi Rogers. Technology bridges the gap that geography makes wide. When teaching and learning span the world, how do you plan and assess success? That’s where the ISTE Educator Standards come […]
  • Great lineup of Featured Speakers at NCCE 2019!
    NCCE’s annual conference always brings a diverse lineup of outstanding featured speakers and NCCE 2019 is no different. The featured speakers for NCCE 2019 are a diverse group of educators from Librarian to a Chief Technology Officer. There is definitely something for everyone at this year’s conference. As you start to prepare your plan for […]
  • #firstyearteacherme: Build relationships and be connected with Dr. David Wicks!
    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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