Technology in education, technology-related educational groups
GSIS is a group who brings together educators from different counties in GA to a conference. The conference is related to the different student information systems (Infinite Campus, PowerSchool, Tyler, Aspen and others) along with vendors. People learn about things that they can do with their system and GaDOE updates regarding student records that must be submitted electronically from their SIS to the department of education of GA.
A group of people experimenting with communication. The use of PowerPoint, microphones, and various presentation techniques is encouraged.
A place for former students and staff to discuss life at Michigan School for the Bling and blindness issues.
A discussion list by and for Teachers of English as a Foreign/Second language working towards integrating ICT (Information Communication Technologies) into the classroom.
Technical support for visually impaired students
Members of the PAStimes Star Tours Group, announcement only list. These members of PAS are on a special list that announces upcoming events that are private events.
discussion of adaptive technology for people with vision impairments and vision rehabilitation
This list will consist of a group of visually impaired people that will interact with each other, give advice, pose questions, and air any issues relevant to Information Technology.
Educators in New York City public schools and the City University will exchange experiences and discuss upcoming changes in curriculum. The particular focus is on issues of diversity and the economy.
The Carbon Valley Toastmasters Club is a community service that seeks to teach military veterans and young adults how to effectively communicate in order to be a leader and find employment. Current technology is taught including the forming of the message and effective use of PowerPoint. Additionally,techniques for creating presentations that are controlled by computers is also discussed and practiced.
List for assisting the use of telecommunications and computer technology in education particularly Windows & Office applications and internet resources.
We wish to encourage appropriate use of technology in our students' homes. Providing an email newsletter to parents will further enhance our school technology plan's objective of making a school-to-home connection via email.
This list is designed to allow parents, educators, and neighbors of the St. Andrews Middle School Community to create continuous dialogue and promote parental and community involvement in educational issues. Participants will receive knowledge of technology and curriculum integration. It will serve as a basis to incorporate technology in the home, as well as at school. The SAMS Community list may also be used to inform parents of school events through the use of technology.
Janglit - Jerusalem Coordinators is a user group and an announcement list for Jerusalem English coordinators at Junior High and High schools, who are interested in holding online discussions about teaching and coordinating staffs of teachers of English as a Foreign/Second language working towards integrating Information Communication Technologies into their teaching
Computing service area, ETB 2 Berisso For discuss topics about computing, technology, technological projects