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Oooo.... between this and friends being generous with their collections, I've got a lot of things I need to be downloading over the weekend, lol.

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MS Office was finally made available for the iPad this past week. This is a long-awaited release, almost four years after the release of Apple's tablet. While the apps are all free to download...
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Just as Neil deGrasse Tyson said in Cosmos scientists are not afraid to be wrong or admit that they don’t know. As Isaac Asimov once said, "The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!', but 'That's funny ..." Many of us love NASA so much because they constantly work on the frontier of knowledge and ignorance. NASA constantly surprises us by discovering new worlds or landing on a moon of another planet whose distance is unfathomable, even though it’s still within our own Solar System.

Cosmos is an excellent example of how science is more than just data and facts, but often can be poetic. It’s a reason to fight hard and show your support for investments in science. NASA is one such investment. Tell Congress you want them to increase NASA's budget. Take action today: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/
 
Watch last week's episode of COSMOS for free on Hulu: http://bit.ly/COSMOS-Ep2

#COSMOS   #neildegrassetyson   #Penny4NASA   #Science   #Astronomy  
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Bonnie Laverne Bracey Sutton

230 G Street SW

Washington, DC 20024

National Work (on the Use of Technology)

Bonnie is an American teacher and technology consultant based in Washington, D.C.. One of the first teachers to promote the role of the Internet in the classroom using the resources of NASA, National Geographic, Earthwatch, NOAA, and NSTA to transform teaching and learning. She is a teacher agent of change.

 

Her initial mentors were Dr. Chris Dede and Seymour Papert. Jenelle Leonard , and Frank Withrow

 

She was first identified as an educational leader by the National Educational Association, NFIE, as a Christa McAuliffe Educator one of five educator selected from all across the USA. In 1992, Bracey was selected as a Christa McAuliffe Educator .She was also a PAEMST Winner from the state of Virginia in Science Education.

 

She has worked with NASA as a Challenger Fellow,one of four  educators selected from the US. From the NSTA she was selected later as a Newest Winner she subsequently worked with NASA on various education program, NASA Quest, and LREC.

She is currently being an activist in cyberlearning initiatives with Parry Aftab and Wired Moms.

Presidential Appointment to The NIIAC

 Bracey was the only K-12 teacher selected by the Clinton Administration for serving on the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council, whose work in the mid 1990s led to the creation of the E-rate program. She traveled the country doing demonstrations and taking the story of 21st Century technology to communities, business roundtables and education

 (teachers, administrators and school boards) The initiative was a White House Initiative entitled Cyber ED. Part of her work was with the IITA, Information Infrastructure Task Force and the office of science and technology policy. She established the first list-serv for teachers.

 Bonnie served as lead educator on President Bill Clinton's 21st Century Teacher Initiative for three years before she returned to the classroom.

Currently she also occasionally works as an international educational consultant; in this capacity she conducts outreach activities for the George Lucas Education Foundation and other groups.

She is a specialist in linking Informal Education to the Classroom.

Informal learning places like science centers, museums,zoos, aquariums and outreach from organizations is a way she has given STEM to learning communities when the schools and the organizations come together to discuss ideas, and to explore ways of working together. She has worked with more than 40 organizations to create after school initiatives. She has currently been involved in work with the National Research Council’s Research “Learning Science in Informal Environments-Practitioner Resource as well as the NSF ICT Fluency and High Schools workshop.

Linked In

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/bonnie.sutton?ref=name

 

Emaginos School Project

http://tracy.mhs.schoolfusion.us/

 

 

DIGITAL EQUITY and SOCIAL JUSTICE

Bracey is an active member of the Digital Divide Network, which was overcome by spam. ( the interest in Cyberbulllying comes from that project being over taken by spammers and hate mongers.

Her advocacy is in the area of gender equity, social justice and the digital divide is all over the Internet. She is the chair of the Digital Equity Chair of ISTE/NECC ( National Educational Computing Conference and is creating a digital equity symposium entitled " Against All Odds " to highlight case studies of those who have used technology in meaningful ways to make a difference. She has Nings, FaceBook groups, and several listserv groups to help others find the way to digital equity. She is all about participatory culture as well as emerging technologies.

 

She is the social justice chair of SITE is the society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, and is a winner of their digital equity prize. She has many blog entries on the SITE Blog.

She had extensive writings on the Digital Divide Network as well and some entries on the George Lucas Educational Foundation Blog sites

http://www.edutopia.org/without-geography-you-are-nowhere-so-where-world-geography-our-schools

 

GENDER EQUITY

 

Thinking about gender equity, she works with NCWIT for Gender Equity.

 

NCWIT is the National Center for Women & Information Technology. It is a coalition of more than 170 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women's participation in information technology (IT)..

She believes as the group does that inspiring more women to choose careers in IT isn't about parity; it's a compelling issue of innovation, competitiveness, and workforce sustainability. In a global economy, gender diversity in IT means a larger and more competitive workforce; in a world dependent on innovation, it means the ability to design technology that is as broad and creative as the people it serves.

 

Broadening Participation in Supercomputing

 

Bonnie has worked with NCSA in outreach for broadening participation and education since 2000. She has helped to frame outreach for this initiative since her participation in http://www.cilt.org.

 

She has helped to frame Bridge Day participations around the Supercomputing Conferences and is an active member of the Education committee of Teragrid and SuperComputing.

 

 

 

 

 


Bonnie was featured in the New York Times.

Bonnie Bracey and Educational Technology and the New York Times

Bonnie Bracey is found in some excellent company in this article in the

New York Times that discusses these pioneers in education technology and the vital work that each of them has done.

 

 

PIONEERS; These Teachers Teach Tech to Teachers

 

 

By BONNIE ROTHMAN MORRIS

Published: August 3, 2005

<http://tech2.nytimes.com/mem/technology/

techreview.html?res=9D06E5D71E3FF930A3575BC0A9639C8B63>

 

A shorter URL for the above link:

 

<http://snipurl.com/h4yn>

 

The Crusader: Bonnie Bracey

International lecturer on science and technology in education issues

Washington, D.C.

 

PERSONAL FUN FACT -- Briefly worked as a fashion model in Paris.

 

Bonnie Bracey stumbled onto technology when she was teaching elementary school almost 20 years ago. ''I was one of those people who said, 'I'm a good teacher, I don't need technology,''' she said. But she had a bright student who ''had a need,'' she said, so she got an Apple computer and tried to learn how to use it so that she could teach it to him. Instead, the child wound up teaching skills to her.

They both loved Shakespeare and soon Ms. Bracey found his plays online at the Folger Shakespeare Library. She used the Internet to locate a woman at the Smithsonian Institution who was a Shakespeare expert. Shortly thereafter, the expert visited the classroom dressed as Queen Elizabeth. Next, Ms. Bracey said, the students took to shouting at one another, ''You obfuscating oaf!''

''Technology gave me wings in a lot of ways,'' said Ms. Bracey, who ended up specializing in science teaching. As an elementary-school teacher in Virginia, Ms. Bracey took her students into new territory, hooking them up with NASA and using Internet resources to help them learn about the Columbus Quincentenary.

 

Today she travels the globe speaking at and attending conferences on subjects related to technology integration in education and science. A recent discovery of hers is a Web site,

http://www.bugscope.beckman.uiuc.edu, that gives science classes free remote access to an electron microscope. ''So many free ways to learn, so many resources, so little time to share them with others,'' she wrote in an e-mail message.

Communicating to the Public

Innovate E Journal

http://innovateonline.info/index.php?view=person&id=717


Book

International Work was with the United National Information Task Force and UN GAID, as well as the WSIS, and the role of Science in the Information Society and she continues that work.

UN ICT Task Force Series 9: Harnessing the Potential of ICT for Education <96> A Multistakeholder Approach

Edited by Bonnie Bracey and Terry Culver

http://www.unicttaskforce.org/

 

 

 

Video

 MIT Open Courseware on the digital divide

 

http://videolectures.net/mitcms930f01_bracey_lec04/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BLOG

 

Bonnie Bracey Sutton was one of the first advocates for STEM initiatives.

 

 

 

She has worked with the George Lucas Educational Foundation in a number of ways, ten years on the advisory board, now in outreach, sharing the message of the foundation nationally and internationally. She is often a speaker for the foundation.

 

She has a Digital Equity Blog on Facebook.

 

She has several groups on Supercomputing on Facebook.

 

She is active in 8 other blog which are linked.

She is also an accomplished cook, director of children’s theater and director of outdoor activities for children. She has worked at the Smithsonian summer camp initiatives.

Bonnie Laverne Bracey Sutton

230 G Street SW

Washington, DC 20024

 

 

National Work (on the Use of Technology)

 

Bonnie is an American teacher and technology consultant based in Washington, D.C.. One of the first teachers to promote the role of the Internet in the classroom using the resources of NASA, National Geographic, Earthwatch, NOAA, and NSTA to transform teaching and learning. She is a teacher agent of change.

 

Her initial mentors were Dr. Chris Dede and Seymour Papert. Jenelle Leonard , and Frank Withrow

 

She was first identified as an educational leader by the National Educational Association, NFIE, as a Christa McAuliffe Educator one of five educator selected from all across the USA. In 1992, Bracey was selected as a Christa McAuliffe Educator .She was also a PAEMST Winner from the state of Virginia in Science Education.

 

She has worked with NASA as a Challenger Fellow,one of four  educators selected from the US. From the NSTA she was selected later as a Newest Winner she subsequently worked with NASA on various education program, NASA Quest, and LREC.

 

 

She is currently being an activist in cyberlearning initiatives with Parry Aftab and Wired Moms.

 

 

 

 

Presidential Appointment to The NIIAC

 

 Bracey was the only K-12 teacher selected by the Clinton Administration for serving on the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council, whose work in the mid 1990s led to the creation of the E-rate program. She traveled the country doing demonstrations and taking the story of 21st Century technology to communities, business roundtables and education

 (teachers, administrators and school boards) The initiative was a White House Initiative entitled Cyber ED. Part of her work was with the IITA, Information Infrastructure Task Force and the office of science and technology policy. She established the first list-serv for teachers.

 

 Bonnie served as lead educator on President Bill Clinton's 21st Century Teacher Initiative for three years before she returned to the classroom.

 

Currently she also occasionally works as an international educational consultant; in this capacity she conducts outreach activities for the George Lucas Education Foundation and other groups.

 

She is a specialist in linking Informal Education to the Classroom.

Informal learning places like science centers, museums,zoos, aquariums and outreach from organizations is a way she has given STEM to learning communities when the schools and the organizations come together to discuss ideas, and to explore ways of working together. She has worked with more than 40 organizations to create after school initiatives. She has currently been involved in work with the National Research Council’s Research “Learning Science in Informal Environments-Practitioner Resource as well as the NSF ICT Fluency and High Schools workshop.

 

Linked In

 

 

Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/bonnie.sutton?ref=name

 

Emaginos School Project

http://tracy.mhs.schoolfusion.us/


DIGITAL EQUITY and SOCIAL JUSTICE

 

Bracey is an active member of the Digital Divide Network,

 

 

Her advocacy is in the area of gender equity, social justice and the digital divide is all over the Internet. She is the chair of the Digital Equity Chair of ISTE/NECC ( National Educational Computing Conference and is creating a digital equity symposium entitled " Against All Odds " to highlight case studies of those who have used technology in meaningful ways to make a difference. She has Nings, FaceBook groups, and several listserv groups to help others find the way to digital equity. She is all about participatory culture as well as emerging technologies.

 

 

 

 

She is the social justice chair of SITE is the society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, and is a winner of their digital equity prize. She has many blog entries on the SITE Blog.

 

She had extensive writings on the Digital Divide Network as well and some entries on the George Lucas Educational Foundation Blog sites

http://www.edutopia.org/without-geography-you-are-nowhere-so-where-world-geography-our-schools

 

 

GENDER EQUITY

 

Thinking about gender equity, she works with NCWIT for Gender Equity.

 

NCWIT is the National Center for Women & Information Technology. It is a coalition of more than 170 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women's participation in information technology (IT)..

 

She believes as the group does that inspiring more women to choose careers in IT isn't about parity; it's a compelling issue of innovation, competitiveness, and workforce sustainability. In a global economy, gender diversity in IT means a larger and more competitive workforce; in a world dependent on innovation, it means the ability to design technology that is as broad and creative as the people it serves.

 

Broadening Participation in Supercomputing

 

Bonnie has worked with NCSA in outreach for broadening participation and education since 2000. She has helped to frame outreach for this initiative since her participation in http://www.cilt.org.

 

She has helped to frame Bridge Day participations around the Supercomputing Conferences and is an active member of the Education committee of Teragrid and SuperComputing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonnie was featured in the New York Times.

 

Bonnie Bracey and Educational Technology and the New York Times

 

Bonnie Bracey is found in some excellent company in this article in the

New York Times that discusses these pioneers in education technology and the vital work that each of them has done.

 

 

PIONEERS; These Teachers Teach Tech to Teachers

 

 

By BONNIE ROTHMAN MORRIS

Published: August 3, 2005

<http://tech2.nytimes.com/mem/technology/

techreview.html?res=9D06E5D71E3FF930A3575BC0A9639C8B63>

 

A shorter URL for the above link:

 

<http://snipurl.com/h4yn>

 

The Crusader: Bonnie Bracey

International lecturer on science and technology in education issues

Washington, D.C.

 

PERSONAL FUN FACT -- Briefly worked as a fashion model in Paris.

 

Bonnie Bracey stumbled onto technology when she was teaching elementary school almost 20 years ago. ''I was one of those people who said, 'I'm a good teacher, I don't need technology,''' she said. But she had a bright student who ''had a need,'' she said, so she got an Apple computer and tried to learn how to use it so that she could teach it to him. Instead, the child wound up teaching skills to her.

 

They both loved Shakespeare and soon Ms. Bracey found his plays online at the Folger Shakespeare Library. She used the Internet to locate a woman at the Smithsonian Institution who was a Shakespeare expert. Shortly thereafter, the expert visited the classroom dressed as Queen Elizabeth. Next, Ms. Bracey said, the students took to shouting at one another, ''You obfuscating oaf!''

 

''Technology gave me wings in a lot of ways,'' said Ms. Bracey, who ended up specializing in science teaching. As an elementary-school teacher in Virginia, Ms. Bracey took her students into new territory, hooking them up with NASA and using Internet resources to help them learn about the Columbus Quincentenary.

 

Today she travels the globe speaking at and attending conferences on subjects related to technology integration in education and science. A recent discovery of hers is a Web site,

http://www.bugscope.beckman.uiuc.edu, that gives science classes free remote access to an electron microscope. ''So many free ways to learn, so many resources, so little time to share them with others,'' she wrote in an e-mail message.

 

Communicating to the Public

 

Innovate E Journal

http://innovateonline.info/index.php?view=person&id=717

 

 

Book

International Work was with the United National Information Task Force and UN GAID, as well as the WSIS, and the role of Science in the Information Society and she continues that work.

 

UN ICT Task Force Series 9: Harnessing the Potential of ICT for Education <96> A Multistakeholder Approach

Edited by Bonnie Bracey and Terry Culver

http://www.unicttaskforce.org/

 

 

 

Video

 MIT Open Courseware on the digital divide

 

http://videolectures.net/mitcms930f01_bracey_lec04/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BLOG

 

Bonnie Bracey Sutton was one of the first advocates for STEM initiatives.

 

 

 

She has worked with the George Lucas Educational Foundation in a number of ways, ten years on the advisory board, now in outreach, sharing the message of the foundation nationally and internationally. She is often a speaker for the foundation.

 

She has a Digital Equity Blog on Facebook.

 

She has several groups on Supercomputing on Facebook.

 

She is active in 8 other blog which are linked.

 

 

She is also an accomplished cook, director of children’s theater and director of outdoor activities for children. She has worked at the Smithsonian summer camp initiatives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education
  • George Mason, University of Va, Berkeley CA,
    Technology IT
  • George Washington University DC,
    Geography
  • Virginia State University,
    Education
  • Marymount University
    STEM
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Astrophysics
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    NSCI workshops
  • University of Oklahoma
    Many NASA courses
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