NCTIES 2010 Luncheon


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NCTIES 2010 Luncheon

  1. 1. 3/4/10 W elcome! E llen Minter Preside nt, NCTIES
  2. 2. 3/4/10 Scholarship Awards Sonya Terry
  3. 3. Maiden High School Catawba County Schools “Lee Ann is the consummate professional and works diligently to improve her craft and is most attentive to the needs of her students. She is constantly looking to incorporate both technology and “best practices” within the scope of her teaching.” - Kim Kaylor
  4. 4. Gaston County Schools “Chris is a team player. He has the respect of his colleagues both in our district and across the state and continually exhibits moral fortitude, integrity, and devotion. Chris has demonstrated talents and abilities that I know will serve him well in the future.” - Cathy Maynard
  5. 5. March 4, 2010 Media Educator Award Donna Edringer 2009 Media Educator Award Recipient
  6. 6. Ranger Elementary School Cherokee County Schools “Ms. Vivian Johnson as the media coordinator of the year.  Ms. Johnson is an exceptional media specialist.  She not only dedicates herself to the learning of her students, but views it as a core responsibility to lead the integration of technology into their learning processes and into the teaching strategies of the teachers she serves.” - Jeana C. Hardin
  7. 7. March 4, 2010 Technology Educator Award Julie LaChance 2009 Technology Educator Award Recipient
  8. 8. Kimmel Farm Elementary Winston-Salem Forsyth Schools "Sam is a great candidate for the title of Technology Educator of the Year. His strong knowledge of social networking, ability to work with others and intense passion for his work are what set him at a high level in this field. He is constantly striving to find new and innovative ways of reaching kids and helping them learn." - Julie LaChance
  9. 9. March 4, 2010 G rant A wards Scott Smith
  10. 10. Pine Valley Elementary New Hanover County Schools an Students complete ject to online literacy pro tify the analyze and iden n stories elements of fictio ents and novels. Stud line, access several on idely interactive tools w available online to racy complete the lite udents project. For this, st computers need one-to-one ess. The with Internet acc buy 4 grant money will that will laptop computers f a mobile become a part o computer lab.
  11. 11. Haw River Elementary Alaman ce Burlington Schools The goal of this project is to provide music education through technology-based learning. The program would include purchasing 25 midi keyboards for the computers in the lab that include software for composition and computer based music. With this and the Groovy Music Software, I plan to teach each class basic music concepts, notes and notation, musical terms theory and basic keyboarding. Involving the "whole child" in the arts gradually teaches many types of literacy, while developing intuition, sensitivity, reasoning, imagination, and dexterity. Music technology will help enhance the curriculum and differentiate instruction. I will be bringing harmony into the technology lab through music education and technology. This will surely “strike a chord “with our students.
  12. 12. Carrboro Elementary Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools r funds, this In conjunction with othe ed to purchase a grant money will be us d an I-Touch class set of I-Touches an s set will be split syncing case. The clas sets and will be into 4 classroom center nts with content utilized to engage stude and periodically across the curriculum for full class brought back together gy will allow projects. The technolo her selected students to access teac corded lessons informational videos, re ctive stories and and read alouds, intera mes and various skill-building ga also publish activities. Students will ading and writing and share their own re n of other forms through the integratio ction with of technology in conjun the I-Touches.
  13. 13. 3/4/10 Service Aw ard Debbie Core
  15. 15.   Peter Asmar Joe Freddoso George Bekolia Beverly Purdue Phil Emer
  16. 16. 3/4/10 Keynote Introduction Barbara Moose Vice-President, NCTIE S Ron Clark