In anticipation of our May workshop with local teacher Neil Stephenson on the topic of Education and Technology, I thought you might like this video from the Harvard School of Graduate Education: “[Lecturer David Rose’s] talk touches on everything from how technology can help schools overcome their ‘print disability,’ to how technology can individualize learning […]
Archive for March, 2011
If you don’t follow the Educator’s blog for MOMA you probably should! Free ideas are everywhere! Also amazing is Nina Simon and Museums 2.0. I like to spend the last hour on my Friday catching up on what the rest of the world is doing in education. What are your favorite education blogs? Kate
Join us this Easter Sunday for springtime celebrations at Lougheed House. While tucking into a delicious brunch at The Restaurant (reservations essential – call 403-410-9288), kids can take part in a fun FREE activity – creating their own take home craft with a spring-time theme. And when finished, take time to browse through the museum […]
Hello members and interested members! Next SERG meeting is March 24 at Cantos Music Foundation at 4pm. We will begin with a professional development workshop (topic of cultural inclusion) and we will discuss our major PD session coming in May (on the topic of technology in education). Don’t miss out!
Attention visual arts educators! This conference is a great opportunity to network with your national colleagues right here in Calgary! The symposium is Aril 30-May 3 and registrations are on now at: http://www.cageart.ca/events.html They are accepting proposals on their symposium topic: Creative Partnerships: How Art Galleries Collaborate. Attend the conference for free by presneting on your experiences!