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Spring and Summer Online Course Registrations Open          
Celebrate your teaching profession by registering for an eNet Online Professional course!  eNet's courses incorporate Colorado Teacher Effectiveness standards, support project based learning and provide outstanding resources and apps. eNetLearning can develop a customized professional development solution for your school or district. Contact Carolyn Gardner or Dan Morris for more information:   or
In celebration of TEACHERS, eNet Learning and the Colorado BOCES Association are offering 10% off course registration fees using this code: BOCES4555. (No discount for optional graduate credit fees through Adams State University.) Check out our catalog of 2015 course offerings, view the Course Catalog.

MAY  Courses:
Curate, Collaborate, Create: A Wealth of Resources
Designing Blended Learning Anytime and Anyplace
Project-Based Approaches
Introduction into Project Management

SUMMER  Courses:
Curate, Collaborate, Create: A Wealth of Resources
PMIEF- Toolkit for Teachers
Mobile Devices for Teaching and Learning
Designing Blended Learning Anytime and Anyplace
Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
Inquiry in the Science Classroom
Thinking Critically with Data

To read more about our summer course offerings, click here.
  •  Curate, Collaborate, Create: A Wealth of Resources is an asynchronous, Internet-based course that presents an overview of DigiEducate and provide instruction on locating Content Experts’ online educational resources and integrating them effectively into instructional activities to support student learning. Educators will learn how to create an Integration Plan and develop strategies for using technology in their own instructional settings. Begins May 1st. Read more and register.
  • Designing Blended Learning -Anytime and Anyplace  is an elearning  for teachers that explains and demonstrates blended learning with interactive activities and locally relevant classroom examples. The course helps teachers transition to blended learning experiences and provides the background rationale, planning strategies, and suggested technology tools. Begins May 6thRead more and register.
  • Project-Based Approaches  is an interactive e-learning experience that offers teachers  planning strategies for creating 21st century projects. Teachers explore the characteristics and benefits of Project-Based Learning (PBL)  The assessment module demonstrates strategies for assessing students’ 21st century skills throughout an open-ended project. The course offers opportunities to apply the PBL concepts with action-planning exercises.. Read more and register.
  • Introduction into Project Management   -In this course, you will use project management techniques and other project-based learning strategies to create engaging learning for your students. You will finish by creating a unit of instruction that integrates project management techniques in a learning project.  Begins May 27th. Read more and register.

     We are looking for educators who have a story to tell. That story might be to celebrate an award you or a colleague has won or to share a successful strategy you or your school has implemented.  We are bringing local to the next level at eNetLearning. Together we can bring innovative educators together, keep them connected, and create information of interest to teachers and administrators.

     Send story ideas and photos to Jane Brown at  

History Colorado Workshops
History Colorado offers  education programs and workshops  related to Colorado's rich western history as well as provide important resources and curriculum related to Colorado history.   To find out more about History Colorado, click here.  The following teacher workshop.
2015 Las Chicas de Matemáticas: UNC Math Camp for Young Women.
This is a FREE residential math camp where young women are introduced to college mathematics, college life, other young women who enjoy mathematics, and women with STEM related careers. I am hoping to secure funds for 32 girls who will be in grades 9-12 during the 2015-2016 academic year.
The camp takes place June 7-12, 2015. Applications are due March 10th.  For additional information click here.

GIS Educator Workshops - June 8th - 9th and July 30th-31st  
Calling all Colorado K-12 teachers and youth educators wanting to learn about integrating GIS technology into the classroom curriculum!  Two free summer GIS Educators workshops are being offered in Colorado, taught by Castle View High School Science Teachers.  
Dates are: June 8th - 9th  and July 30th -31st   Space is limited, and to find out more, click here.

Math Teachers' Circle 2015 Summer Workshop - June 22-26, 2015
at Snow Mountain Ranch, Winter Park, CO
The Northern Colorado Math Teachers' Circle and The Rocky Mountain Math Teachers' Circle jointly present a FREE week-long summer problem-solving workshop for teachers of grades 5 - 9. (but open to all teachers of mathematics)    For application information click here.
InnEdCO Conference - June 22nd- June 27th 
The InnEdCO (formally TIE) conference will be held at beautiful Keystone and Conference Center.  This year the conference will have two pre-conference sessions on Monday, June 22nd. -  "Google in Education Academy" and a "Leadership Academy".  Bring a team from your school, district, or organization.  Take what your learn to plan an amazing start to a school year full of learning, leading and inspiring.
 To learn more, click here.
2015 USA Nao Challenge – FIRST EVER! - June 27, 2015
This spring, Aldebaran will hold this competition in the United States for the first time. The Innovation Center for the St. Vrain Valley School District will be the local host and help coordinate the Nao Challenge USA.  Teams will work on the challenges throughout the spring, and the finals will be held in Longmont, Colorado on June 27th, 2015. High schools can register teams of 35 students. For additional information, click here.
Rocky Mountain PBS - StoryMakers - A short story contest for Young Authors - August 17th - October 9th  Calling all 6th, 7th, and 8th Colorado students. Put on your writers’ hats and enter an original short story in the 2015 Rocky Mountain PBS StoryMakers Contest. To learn more, click here.


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