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February 4 through March 24
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Attention Middle and High School Science Teachers!
by Stan Freeda - Tuesday, December 23, 2014, 1:27 PM

Science Survey

Fellow Middle and High School Science Teachers,

We think it is time to get together to have a collegial discussion about the changes we are all facing in our science classrooms. How are schools responding to the Next Gen Standards? How has the scope and sequence between middle and high school science changed? Is everyone addressing and documenting ELA and Math Competencies? Who among us has gone to competency-based report cards? What does RTI look like in middle school and high school science classrooms? Are there upcoming professional development events that we do not want to miss?

To get the conversation started, you are invited to a January 2015 organizational meeting from 4:00 pm-5:30 pm at Exeter High School.Read the rest of this topic(186 words)...

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Winter 2014 Session Registration now open!
by Stan Freeda - Thursday, November 13, 2014, 12:33 PM


The Winter 2015 Session Online Courses will run from February 4 through March 24, 2015.

Register early for courses and save $10.00 with our Early Bird Special.  The offer ends on January 20, 2015.

Register now for Winter 2015!

The following courses are Scheduled to RUN in the OPEN NH Winter 2015 Session:

  • BP-07 Using an Online Professional Learning Community to Support Teacher Leadership Development
  • CE-02 Engaging K-12 Students with Digital Portfolios
  • CE-05 Developing Competencies for High School Courses
  • CE-10 Game-Based Learning
  • EC-01 Creating a Language Rich Environment
  • IE-01 Intel Elements: Project Based Approaches
  • IE-04 Intel Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms
  • IE-07 Intel Elements: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
  • LA-01 Best Practices for Vocabulary Instruction in the Elementary Classroom
  • SC-08 Understanding the Science of Life: Characteristics, Classification, and Cycles

For more information, visit OPEN NH.Read the rest of this topic(150 words)...

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Speak Up 2014 launches next Monday, October 6!
by Stan Freeda - Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 7:56 AM

Join the conversation about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a National Research Project.

The Speak Up National Research project annually polls K-12 students, parents and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school and represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder voice on digital learning.Read the rest of this topic(407 words)...


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