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Announcing – Science Safety Training for Elementary School Teachers Just Released

You are invited to enroll in the next free Project Share based course for Elementary level educators. This course is designed to increase awareness of the general areas of science safety in the elementary classroom. Teachers will better understand their duty to instruct, supervise, and maintain a safe science classroom. This course does not take […]

Required Professional Development for CTE Courses for Mathematics or Science Credit Notice

This post also appeared in the ESC Region XIII Curriculum Council Blog Required Professional Development for CTE Courses for Mathematics or Science Credit Notice On Monday, August 6th, TEA sent a “To The Administrator Addressed (TAA)” letter * informing districts of the release of two courses through Project Share for all teachers assigned to teach one […]

Technology TEKS Training for All Teachers Grades K-8 – You Are Invited to Learn!

Today we are very pleased and excited to announce the release and availability of professional development for the new Technology Applications Standards for grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8. These courses are facilitated overviews of the new standards that will also get you integrating tech in your classroom right away! To enroll, please use your Project Share […]

Latest Professional Development Opportunities in Project Share for You

Professional Development Opportunities in Project Share Opportunities continue to grow in Project Share and we wanted to make sure you know about the recentcourses available for you. As always, for the most up-to-date info on PD in Project Share, including course links, start and end dates, and CPE credits, check out the Instructional Technology website: http://www5.esc13.net/instructionaltech/online_pd.html […]

Free Chemistry EOC Trainings this Summer – Project Share Online and Face to Face

This course provides information and activities designed to improve overall science instruction, increase student achievement in Chemistry, and support student success on the STAAR Chemistry EOC assessment. Participants experience student-centered 5E lessons that make connections to the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS), the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS), and the Response to Intervention (RtI) […]

Case Study: How One School District Uses Project Share/OnTRACK with Students

Greetings readers, This post is most specifically for high school core area teachers, curriculum staff and Project Share administrators. With all the buzz and activity surrounding OnTRACK courses for students, I thought you would appreciate viewing how one school district , Tyler ISD, has organized this effort. They have a 7 minute YouTube video  that […]

Project Share UPDATE! – The New Gateway is Live Today

The wait is over – the gateway interface to ProjectShare is revised. This announcement was given at SXSW Edu. Take a few moments today to visit the new gateway and download the guide to getting started.

Changes to the Epsilen User Interface

  Changes to the Epsilen User Interface Hello everyone.  If you have not already noticed, there have been some significant changes to the interface (buttons, knobs and switches) in Project Share/Epsilen.  It appears at first that there are fewer options, but in fact, they simply nested the options into categories.  Other important changes are not […]

October Project Share updates for you…

Greetings readers! My apologies for the delay between posts recently.  Start of the year urgent work kept me away from this updates blog.  Some important Project Share news for you… There have been a few notable changes to the interface.  When you log in, you no longer see the scrolling list of visitors and faces […]

Project Share Groups – Quick and Helpful Tip for Sharing Links

I was asked today about the best way to share a link to a website in Groups in Epsilen/Project Share.  Try these strategies to make sharing links with your Groups. First, you have several options. When you want to share a link that is just a quick “hey, check out this link”, then just create a […]

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