Many of our schools are about to begin with the SBAC Field Test in just a few short days. Something we have learned along the way is that Teachers need to make sure that they are allowing Pop-Ups in whatever browser they will be administering the Field Test.
Here are directions on how to make sure you are allowing Pop-Ups:
This is a great opportunity to show off some of the innovative work you’ve been doing in the classroom!
Microsoft – KCI 2014 Innovation Award: Call for Entries
Microsoft and the Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College (KCI) are pleased to announce the call for entries for the Microsoft – KCI 2014 Innovation Award. You have until January 10, 2014 to apply.
The Microsoft/KCI Innovation Award honors three exemplary, innovative teacher-student collaborative projects that fully integrate technology and benefit the Silicon Valley educational community. The first place award is $5,000. The second place entry receives $3,000, and the third place award is $1,000. All three winners will be honored at the award recognition event on February 27, 2014.
The call for entries seeks nominations for current or recently past exemplary, innovative, teacher-student technology projects and programs. Who can apply: any K-12 educator, team of educators, or school with a commitment to technology infused education in Silicon Valley is eligible to apply. Winners agree to allow their name, affiliation, project or program information to be published for promotional purposes.
Call for entries opens: 11/1/13
Applications due: 1/10/14
Award announcement: 2/7/2014
Award Recognition Event: 2/27/14
Applicants must be able to attend evening awards ceremony on 2/27/14