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    We are doing that combination of F2F and while our remote learners are Zooming in from home. We are functioning fairly well. Our hurdle was creating stability with our internet and helping weed out sound and video issues. Here is my set up for the ...

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    As many of us are returning to virtual or hybrid environments for the 2020-2021 school year, we are faced with how to best give feedback on student writing. Students benefit greatly from this feedback, but how exactly do we re-create an individual conversation ...

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    Amazing! Thank you. ------------------------------ Tammy Moynihan Associate Director of Curr, Instr, & Assessment CESA 8 ------------------------------

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  • Funding opportunity: Rural Tech Project

    The Rural Tech Project is a $600,000 challenge to advance rural technology education and prepare students for the careers of today and tomorrow. The U.S. Department of Education invites high schools and local educational agencies to propose technology education programs that use competency-based distance learning.

    Quick facts:

    • A challenge for rural educators. The challenge is open to any publicly-funded school or local educational agency serving students in grades 9-12 in rural communities. “Rural” is broadly defined as a non-urban, non-suburban area. An area may be considered rural based on its population density and/or distance from suburban or urban hubs. See the eligibility criteria for further guidance.
    • $600,000 in cash prizes. Up to five finalists will be selected to receive an equal share of the $500,000 Phase 1 cash prize pool. At the conclusion of program implementation, one grand-prize winner will receive an additional $100,000.
    • Two years of ongoing support. From January 2021 through August 2023, finalists will have on-the-ground assistance, expert mentorship, and access to virtual resources as they plan, run, refine, and report on their programs.
    • Deadline. Program proposals are due October 8.
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  • Make Remote Learning Engaging by Focusing on Ed Tech

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