Every year, Technology Applications Teachers meet on the Tuesday PreConference at TCEA to share great ideas and lessons! And, except for one year, I’ve missed it. That’s why it was such a delight for colleague Diana Benner to forward this message to me:
The Technology Applications Teacher Network (TATN) website is currently showcasing the 2010 TATN Event Lessons. These are exemplary technology-integrated lessons created by K-12 Texas teachers who showcased their lessons at the recent TATN event, part of the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) 2010 conference in Austin.
The lessons are categorized as follows: K-2, 3-5, 6-8 Core Instruction, 6-8 Tech Apps, 9-12 Core Instruction, Computer Science, Desktop Publishing, Digital Graphics, Multimedia, Video Technology, and Webmastering. The lessons are aligned with TEKS and most include corresponding graphic organizers, assessment rubrics, and multimedia resources.
These are the best of the best, such as Technology Related Alternative Book Reports, Using Glogster in the Classroom, Interactive Websites for Math, and Stuck in the Moodle with You. I encourage you to peruse them and share them!
https://www.techappsnetwork.org/ Click on 2010 TATN Event Lessons.
The 2010 TATN is now history. This year’s event was a huge success, attended by 1,350 eager educators. The nearly 80 break-out sessions allowed teachers great opportunities to share best practices with others. You can access these lessons by selecting “2010 TATN Event Lessons” from the menu on the left.
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