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Welcome to the Francis Howell 2012 METC Resource Wiki


Please use this wiki to add information and resources that you learn about in the sessions you attend. Please be sure to add what sessions you attend and any information/resources to the grid below. Click here for a linked program grid of the sessions offered at the 2012 METC click here for the 2012 METC Moodle.


If you are not familiar with editing a wiki, then you may just want to add your notes to this collaborate Google Doc.


If you weren't able to attend the METC or would like to learn more, you can watch some of the recorded and archived sessions here.


Gina Hartman

Using Cell Phones as Powerful Learning Tools in the Classroom

Speed Geeking - Implementation Ideas for the NETS-S

Cool Tool Duel - FHSD won again with the tool Remind101

21st Century Libraries

Toilet Tech Talk - Great idea to share tech stuff with teachers in your building

Brandy Patterson

Dead Simple Blogs and Podcasts (Tony Vincent)

Web Tools that Rock (Adam Bellow

Project Based Learning (Tony Vincent)

Teaching Spelling/Vocabulary (Diana Dell)

Teach SMARTer:  Best Practices for utilizing your SMARTboard



Andrea Head

Joan Rigby

April Burton

Jenn Wyss

Sara Martens

Glogster with some great METC takeaways!
Andrea Blanco 

Google Tips and Tricks to Engage Learning


Blogging in the Elementary Classroom to Support Reading and Writing 




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