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Katrina and I ran a session on assessment for CS Education for #GoogleEduOnAir on Saturday. In case you missed it, you can find our recorded webinar on "Creating Assessment Activities for Digital Technologies (CS)" below. (Session handout: https://goo.gl/tZ4YFJ) #FreePD #Webinar #Assessment https://youtu.be/Li5zxiVRAck

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#GoogleEduOnAir is almost here! This Saturday, join a free online PD event filled with inspiring talks from educators and school leaders across Australia and NZ, covering topics from future skills, Technologies, inspiring creativity and tech tips. I'll be presenting with Katrina Falkner a session on Assessment for Digital Technologies. Would love to see you there! Register today! https://educationonair.withgoogle.com

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New rubric to evaluate the potential pedagogic value of apps: http://www.mobilelearningtoolkit.com/app-rubric1.html
App Rubric
App Rubric
mobilelearningtoolkit.com

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Try this link for tonight's hangout instead !

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Watch this space for details from Amanda about a Hangout on Monday August 22 with Karen Peterson from the National Girls Collaborative Project about girls and STEM. http://ngcproject.org/
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Join us on 22 August for a STEM and girls hangout.
Join +Roland Gesthuizen and +Amanda Rablin for an ACCELN hangout for 2016 on 22 August at 8:00pm. +Lindy Orwin  will join us for a conversation with Karen Peterson CEO of the National Girls Collaborative Project (USA) : Encouraging girls to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

"The National Girls Collaborative Project™ (NGCP) brings together organizations throughout the United States that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM. The girl-serving STEM programs involved with NGCP are often isolated from one another and have limited access to research and program models. NGCP strives to reduce this isolation by facilitating collaboration among programs and disseminating research-based strategies and resources in accessible formats. In doing this work, both in-person at a regional level and online, we have realized a tremendous need to bring together practitioners working with girls in STEM with each other and with experts in the field."

Viewers will be able to ask questions on the panel live during the event from the youtube page.


For more information
About Karen - http://ngcproject.org/karen-peterson-0
National Girls Collaborative Project - http://ngcproject.org/
The Connectory - http://theconnectory.org/

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+Roland Gesthuizen and I are hosting another ACCELN webinar next Monday night. This time as part of Connected Educator Month. Come join us for a #STEM  night at the movies #CE15 .
In this Google Hangout, the ACCE Learning Network team (+Amanda Rablin and +Roland Gesthuizen) is thrilled to be able to team up with BrainPOP to discuss STEM.  The #ACCELN google hangouts, are well known and highly regarded across Australia for their edtech leadership and are excited to support the dialogue around STEM learning as part of Connected Educator Month. POP some POPcorn, join us in the Hangout, and we’ll treat you to STEM movies and dialogue as well as fun BrainPOP Trivia. #CE15  

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We are about to have a chat with a couple keynotes from QSITE 2015. Come and watch.
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