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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

June/July “Need To Know” Staff Update One Page Handouts Ready

 June  and July Need to Know Staff Handouts (PDF) are ready.  The handouts are one page quick updates that can be duplicated and distributed to staff members.  Each contains important news and resources concerning Project Share from the State (TEA) and from ESC Region XIII.  There are four in all starting in May.  To access them, […]

Do You Use Rubrics? Find Them, Make Them, Share Them in Project Share

With Project Share, you may create as many Rubrics as you wish and use them in any Epsilen course Lessons or Epsilen Learning Matrix Templates that you create. You also control who has access to view and/or bookmark your Rubric by sharing it with no one, with specific certified faculty members, with members of your institution only, or with all Epsilen members

Student Accounts in Project Share: It’s Time!

As promised, this week TEA opened the Epsilen tools in the Project Share initiative for student enrollment. We received some supporting information at the Service Centers to help with question and answers, but the recent “To the Administrator Addressed” (TAA) letter that was sent directly to school district leaders has the best explanation of this important next step.

New Release: Fine Arts Teachers – This One’s For You. Project Share has Fine Arts Curriculum and Integration Resource

So to my great delight, I discovered that the Center for Educator Development in Fine Arts provided a brand new, thirteen part video based PD series in iTunes U Texas. This content is free and very good.

The series started on March 29th of this year and already has eight topics published. There are four sections on assessment, two on drama, two on music, one on art curriculum, one on dance, one on music, one on theatre and one on fine arts for all students.

Project Share Student Accounts: Steps Forward

Hello everyone. As you patiently wait on more information to come down concerning the addition of your students to Project Share/Epsilen, I wanted to give you this update.  I was recently informed that TEA is hosting a session for those of us at the Service Centers to learn what we need to know to get […]

Two New Handouts – Need to Know Information and High School Math Intervention Strategies in Project Share

Today I added two handouts to the Region XIII Project Share Corner* for you to access and distribute as needed.  The first is an April digest of the top things you Need-To-Know about Project Share this month.  The second is a very helpful summary, compiled by our secondary Math Specialist, Alyce Stiles http://www.epsilen.com/astiles2 that neatly […]

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