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Curriculum, Library & Educational Technology TETN

Please join the Texas Education Agency next Tuesday, May 20th for the Curriculum, Library, and Educational Technology TETN from 1:30-4:00 p.m. Teachers, librarians, educational technology specialists, administrators, and coordinators are welcome to join us! Title: Top 20 Summer Digital Learning Ideas When: Tuesday, May 20th, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Where: TETN videoconferencing (Contact […]

Teaching with Aurasma

For our last post before the May ICN, we wanted to give you a view of real folks using this in teaching.  Check out this video of practical applications of Aurasma in your classroom from YouTube users TexanTutorialsGov. They offer augmented reality applications for economics, history, math, showcasing exemplary student work, and more.

Aurasma: Augmented Reality

We are super-psyched about using Aurasma at the upcoming May instructional coach network here at Region 13.  If you haven’t heard, Aurasma is a free app that helps you integrate videos, links, pics, or other media that come alive when a person hovers their smartphone or tablet camera over an image in the real world. […]

SXSW 2013 (Yes, I meant “2013”)

Greetings readers, I just added this information to my own calendar and thought perhaps you might want to do the same.  At the close of SXSWedu 2012,  the dates and panel picker information came out for next year’s event. You should add SXSWedu 2013, March 4-7 to your calendar. Additionally, bookmark this link – http://panelpicker.sxswedu.com.  It is […]

SXSW Edu Is Just Around The Corner!

Just a reminder – SXSW Edu http://sxswedu.com/about is coming up in March.  We hope to see you there! Region XIII will be participating as Trainer of Trainers in the March 5th Project Share pre-conference (along with others). We will also be co-presenting with school districts and organizations on topics like YouTube for Education, PBL, Bring-Your-Own-Device, and […]

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