A Day in the Life of a Connected Educator

Posted: Mon, 09/30/2013 - 3:59pm Updated: Fri, 11/21/2014 - 10:08am

Challenge!
What does a day in the life a Connected Educator look like? We invite you to show us!
There are many possibilities for creating a Day in the Life of a Connected Educator project. It could be as simple as a blog post, a graphic organizer or something along the lines of a podcast or video. We have not created guidelines because we want to allow for creative choice. The only requirement is that your project needs to be accessible online.

Share the link to your "project" anytime during October on our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/IndianaELearning or by Tweeting it to @INeLearn with the hashtag #CE13. You can also email it to elearning@doe.in.gov. We will feature Indiana Connected Educators all month long at http://www.doe.in.gov/elearning

The purpose for sharing:
1. Inspire unconnected educators and educational leaders to get connected.
2. Expand your connections and collaborations.
3. Motivate other connected educators to create their own project to share as part of the National Connected Educator Month.

Here are some examples we've already received:

Tim Wilhelmus is an Innovation, Curriculum and Technology Specialist (ICATS) for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. Visit Tim's Blog.

Stacey Schmidt, Ph.D. is the Superintendent of Porter Township School Corporation.

Sara Hunter is a STEM Coach for Zionsville Community Schools.

Sherry Gick is a Media Specialist for Rossville Consolidated Schools.

Eric Johnson teaches 6th grade at LaSalle Elementary in School City of Mischawaka. Visit Eric's Blog

Chad Smith is Principal of Pleasant View Elementary School of Zionsville Community Schools.