We are excited to announce two wonderful opportunities to participate in upcoming #ce16 Twitter chats. We hope that you will join us as well as help spread the word about these exciting conversations.
The Importance of Being a Connected Student: Bringing #StuVoice to #ce16 TONIGHT from 7-8pm ET: The organizers of #ce16 are excited to partner with Curran, Chief Kid Officer of DigCitKids, to co-host this important Twitter chat TONIGHT, October 18 from 7-8pm ET. Curran (@CurranCentral) will lead us through a virtual discussion about the importance of connected students and why student voice is so important. Follow the #ce16 stream to participate.
Cultivating Curiosity and Problem-Solving through #STEM: A #ce16 Conversation on October 25 from 8-9pm ET: We are also happy to partner with the Teachers Guild for an exciting Twitter chat on October 25 from 8-9pm ET. Together, we will explore how to cultivate curiosity and problem-solving in our students through active and authentic STEM. To learn more, check out the Teachers Guild site. Follow the #ce16 stream to participate.
Getting More Involved
Time is moving quickly during Connected Educator Month 2016 but there are plenty more opportunities to participate. Whether you are a novice or veteran connected educator, there is something for you to see and do. Supporters, we need your participation too!
#ce16 in Pictures
Don’t forget that we want to see how you’re celebrating #ce16! Take a quick photo (or video) to illustrate your participation and share on Twitter, using the #ce16 hashtag.
More event listings are uploaded to the calendar each day. If you haven’t had a chance to include yours, there is still time left! Get started by adding your events here.
This effort would not be possible without our generous #ce16 sponsors! If you would like to discuss ways in which you and your organization can support the cause, send us an email. We look forward to discussing partnership opportunities.
Featured CEM Supporter
The CS for All Teachers community is offering two webinars this week to support computer science education.
- Wednesday, October 19 at 7:30pm ET: Inquiry practices in the computer science classroom
- Thursday, October 20 at 7:30pm ET: Explore performance task for AP Computer Science Principles
Are you a newbie to #ce16 and feeling unsure about how to get involved? Check out this blog post, which offers ten strategies for getting started.