Chester County Schools Instructional Technology
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
158 E Main St, Henderson, TN 38340, USA
Description: ATA (Administrator's Technology Academy) is scheduled for January 21, 2020 at Freed Hardeman University. We have secured Dr. Chris McGee, executive director of academic and student services for Afton School District as our keynote. He is high energy as demonstrated by his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZl1Rgkib7BnTGb5ETBBSAw He is also an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Innovator. On top of that--it is Free and you can receiveTASL or CEO credit for attending. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. It is a great day. I hope that you can attend.
Please register at this link. https://forms.gle/xdEq6x7XJgXFfQ8X9
Education Organizations Provide the Tennessee Digital Resources Library Free
Nashville, TN - The Tennessee School Boards Association, in partnership with the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS), the Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA), Tennessee Book Company, and Thrivist, has launched the Tennessee Digital Resources Library (TDRL) today, making digital educational content available free.
“We are very excited about the launch of the digital library and believe it will be a tremendous resource for our educators and students. The library was developed by Tennessee teachers curating digital learning resources for Tennessee high school courses that are aligned to Tennessee standards for Tennessee students,” TSBA Executive Director Dr. Tammy Grissom said.
The Tennessee Digital Resources Library was created because TSBA and its partners wanted to embrace the potential offered by digital technology for the sharing of content in the classrooms of Tennessee and engage students with a delivery method that inspires their natural curiosity and parallels the world in which they function outside the classroom. Boards of education spend a significant amount of money on textbooks that are often obsolete even before they reach our students. By utilizing these free, modifiable learning resources and making them available on iTunes U, Boards can use textbook money on devices and technology infrastructure. The Tennessee Digital Resources Library is designed to help school districts use and share open educational resources, which are aligned to Tennessee standards thus helping our teachers as they deliver content in the classrooms.
1. Register For Free
Benefits of Registering
- Create collections
- Upload learning objects
- Insert objects into a LMS
2. Search & Discover
Find Resources for your classroom
- Resources constantly being added
- Search by grade, type and more
- Benefit from other TN district’s collections
3. Share with Others
Then all TN districts benefit
- Upload your own content
- Download others LO’s
- Share a favorite collection