T.H.E. SmartClassroom :: January 15, 2009


  • Ed Tech Associations Call for Classroom Tech Funding Through EETT

    Three major education technology advocacy groups and the Software & Information Industry Association issued a call Wednesday urging the United States Congress to invest in technology for the classroom and to use the existing Enhancing Education through Technology (EETT) program as the conduit for the funding. Under the Bush administration, EETT had come under budgetary assault on several occasions, and funding has declined consistently over the years, from $696 million in 2004 down to $267.5 million in FY 2008. More
  • FETC Presenter Profile: Jennifer Womble on Integrating Technology

    Like many educators, Jennifer Womble wears more than one hat. A high school AP psychology teacher at Lawton Chiles High School in Tallahassee, FL, Womble also serves as a technology integration specialist who trains teachers how to use equipment and software. Taking it a step further, she then shows them how to most effectively integrate those tools into today's classroom. More

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