Conference Links and Ways to Stay Connected

This time of year I’m always looking for new ideas to finish the year strong and begin planning for next year.  After attending the eMINTS Conference, I found exactly what I needed.  If you weren’t able to attend the conference this year, you can still enjoy many excellent resources.

eMINTS National Center Conference 2013 Presentation Links

At the conference website you can access presentations, websites, links, and more. This is a great way to follow up on presentations that you may have attended or wanted to attend.eMINT Discussion List

Feel free to share these wonderful resources with your personal learning network. If you want to see how other eMINTS educators may be using these resources, try adding a question to the eMINTS discussion list. The discussion list is a great way to connect with other educators and to stay current on news and events.  All discussions are archived by month for convenient access and viewing.

If you are looking Un bonus de bienvenue pouvant atteindre 200$ vous attend!Jouez a la Roulette sur Fr. for other ways to stay connected or are in need of some ideas for projects, here are some other ways to be online pokies apart of the educational community.

  • Twitter – check out our twitter account @emintsnc or the twitter hashtag #eMINTS — better yet, try adding it to your posts to share your ideas and resources!
  • Join the Linkedin eMINTS Community
  • Intel © Teach –  a great way to engage with other educators about practices and resources for the classroom.
  • eThemes – a great way for all educators and students to find great resources. If you have an upcoming project, request a new theme to be created and let us do the work for you.

What tools do you use to share resources with other educators?


[This post was provided by Amy Blades, an instructional specialist for the eMINTS National Center.]