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Statewide Evaluation of the New Hampshire ESEA Title II, Part D Grant Program (October 2011)

NH Technology Readiness Tool Baseline Data
(July 15, 2012 extraction date)

State Educational Technology Directors Association


Net Day Speak Up 2014 Survey is Coming
Students Speak Up! Teachers Speak up! Parents Speak Up!
Take the Survey on the NH Speak Up page

The Current Tech Planning Guidance and Review process are being updated.
Contact us if you want to help collaborate on this project.

NH e-Learning for Educators
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NH e-Learning for Educators
Online Professional Development Program
Visit the website for details on courses and tutorials.

NH Speak Up 2014
October 6 - December 19

2014 Data is Available!

NH speaks up

Smarter Balanced Assessment Information
Common Core! Online Testing! Coming in 2015!
The Smarter Balanced Assessment will be coming in 2015. Get your information on the upcoming assessments on our SBAC Information page.
The Consortium offers use of a technology readiness tool to schools and districts in the consortium for preparation for the onine testing in 2015.
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Visit the Smarter Balanced Assessment Page for assessment information.
Visit the NH Technology Readiness Page for more readiness information.

NH Digital Resources Consortium
Get Involved! Stay Involved!
NHDRC Free Resources @ NHDRC.org

President Obama's ConnectEd Initative offers over $2 billion in commitments from leading technology companies to support the aims of the ConnectED initiative and advance student learning through technology. Visit the White House ConnectED Hub for details on these commitments and eligibility.
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Online Learning

NH e-Learning for Educators
NH ElfEA project of the New Hampshire Department of Education offers online professional development courses, tutorials through OPEN NH along with training in facilitation and online and hybrid development.

Online Learning NH
Online Learning logoConnecting K12 students, parents, and teachers to online programs in and out of the state of New Hampshire. Resources and guidelines to make informed decisions about online learning.

Online Learning and You
View the presenttion Online Learning & You to get a perspective of how online learning may relate to you.

Connected Online Communities of Practice
The 2010 National Education Technology Plan demonstrates the importance of educators becoming more connected to resources, tools, colleagues, experts, and learning activities, both within and beyond schools. Participation in online communities of practice contributes both to individual excellence and to the vitality of the profession as a whole. Connected Educators is a scalable, sustainable ecology of online communities in education to improve teacher and leader effectiveness, enhance student learning and increase productivity.


Guidance and Toolkits

ICT Literacy Standards
toolkit iconTake a look at the ICT Literacy Toolkit and view resources created by NH educators.

District Technology Planning
Take a look at the Technology Planning Guide and view resources for developing an effective and meaningful technology plan for your district.

The Current Tech Planning Guidance and Reveiw process are being updated.

Contact us if you want to help collaborate on this project.

District Technology Readiness
Visit the Technology Readiness page and view resources, strategies, and minimum requirements necessary to prepare for online testing of the Common Core State Standards and NH's participation in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.

Resources from The State Educational Technology Directors Association
Visit these sites for useful tools and information on technology use and integration in education.

Technology Tips and Resources for Teachers
Visit these sites on the web for up to date information on technology rich resources for educators.

Free Technology for Teachers
This site is designed to share information about free resources that teachers can use in their classrooms. Richard Byrne, the site's author, is a Maine educator. The site has received multiple Edublog awards for best resource sharing, best ed tech support, and best ed tech site.

Android 4 Schools
Reviews of apps (mostly free ones) that are appropriate for use in K-12 settings. And some suggestions about how those apps could be used by students, teachers, and school administrators.

Emerging Technologyies & Mobilization
The latest and greatest information on emerging technology for digital and mobile learning is maintained by the Tennessee Board of Regents.


Information and News

Get Updates on ET News
Subscribe to the ETNews listserv for the latest on educational technology, online learning, new digital tools, research, and much more. Or, you can follow the ET News blog and get all the ET news postings along with other news and information relevant to teachng and learning with technology. Check out one or both!

NH Digital Resources Consortium
Learn about the Title IID Enhancing Education Through Technology project that is providing digital resoruces to schols and districts across the state.

50 Ed Tech Blogs

New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education / NHSTE
NHSTE NHSTE's mission is to inspire teaching and learning by making connections among people, programs, and resources that build and support the use of technology within the educational community. NHSTE offers professional development in a variety of areas.

Chris Nelson Memorial Grant Program
The Fall 2013 program is a pilot and will award one $4000 grant to fund a project that emphasizes the integration of technology to improve student learning. In March of 2014, the full grant program will be launched and two additional $4000 grants will be awarded.
Download the Flyer (pdf)

Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference

New England's largest technology in education conference includes nearly 200 concurrent sessions focusing on the use of technology in all aspects of education. Approximately 125 exhibitors from across the country will showcase their latest products and services. This three-day event is sponsored by the New Hampshire School Administrators Association and the New Hampshire Affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education. Visit the Christa MCAuliffe Technology Conference website for details.

Regional Professional Development Centers
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Center Network
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