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The 2010 CRSTE Global Symposium
will be held evenings and weekends for nine days, from October 16 - 24,
2010, to pursue and explore this notion of worldwide collaboration
among professional educators. Online and free.
The 2010 Global Education Conference
will be held November 15 - 19, 2010, online and free. Sessions will be
held in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days.
They are now accepting proposals for presentations.
One Day Earth On October 10, 2010 (10.10.10), across the planet, documentary
filmmakers, students, and inspired citizens will record the human
experience over a 24-hour ... more...
Webinars are a convenient way to participate and gain professional development without the hassle of flights and travel details. Here are a handful of upcoming FREE webinars for educators:
If I Could Only Get This Kid to Behave, I Could Teach! Join Jeffrey Sprague, Ph.D. and Ashley Faulk, M.S. as they analyze examples of adult-child interactions. See how adults can use Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at school and home to build positive relationships with children. Oct 8th, 10am PST, 1 hour.
Educators have been taught to create worksheets and print everything.
Look at all the paper in the trash or recycling bin at your school by
the end of the day. The first thing you can do is rethink how you use
paper and why. Before you print out your email or type up your lesson
plan to print, consider the following facts about paper. [Source]
United States wastes approximately 749 pounds of paper a year... per
person. That would be one tree per person... if all trees were 18
inches around and 100 feet tall.
Each ton of recycled paper
saves 17 trees, 7,000 ... more...