Millard Overdrive

August 4, 2018 Chris Haught 0

You find the link to the Regional eBook Library on the home page of your school website or click here (sedc.lib.overdrive.com). Students will use the […]

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Research 2 Write

July 3, 2018 Chris Haught 0

Research 2 Write is a project made possible with an LSTA Grant and provided to the rural school districts covered by the Southwest Educational Development […]

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Teacher Toolboxes

July 3, 2018 Chris Haught 0

Excite and educate your students about the natural sciences with NHMU’s Teaching Toolboxes. Each of these teaching resource kits—complete with touchable specimens, reproducible materials, and related […]

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Just Google It

July 3, 2018 Chris Haught 0

Everything you need to know you can find on Google right? It’s the go to for students for many reasons. How can we help them to understand that not everything you read on the internet is true? Or is yours for the taking? Join us for a discussion on Google vs Databases, Fake News, Authentic Sources and how these skills can help students to build transliteracy skills.

National History Day

February 5, 2018 Chris Haught 0

Every year National History Day® frames students’ research within a historical theme. The theme is chosen for the broad application to world, national, or state […]

Secretaries Conference 2018

February 4, 2018 Chris Haught 0

Thank you for joining us today at Iron County School District office for the Southwest Educational Development Center’s biannual Secretaries Technology Conference. Adobe Spark Are […]

Fake or Real?

November 20, 2017 Chris Haught 0

Can you believe everything you read online? How many times have you shared a story on Social Media without reading it? Source The ABC’s- Can […]

Do Levels Belong in Libraries?

October 13, 2017 Chris Haught 0

Libraries should engage readers and provide high-quality, high-interest, fascinating materials. A good library could be organized like a good bookstore—trying to sell books to readers. […]

Constitution Week

September 17, 2017 Chris Haught 0

  Constitution Week September 17 – 23rd Introduction Constitution Week is the commemoration of America’s most important document. It is celebrated annually during the week […]

Sterling Scholar 2018

September 5, 2017 Chris Haught 0

By definition, “sterling” is something pure and valuable, synonymous with adjectives like, “exceptional,” “outstanding,” and “commendable.” Certainly, all these words apply to the many students […]

Noodle Tools

August 10, 2017 Chris Haught 0

NoodleTools is an online research management platform that promotes critical thinking and authentic research. Students stay organized as they evaluate information, build accurate citations, archive […]

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Library PLC Training

August 6, 2017 Chris Haught 2

A funny thing seems to be happening to librarians on the way to extinction. The savviest districts and librarians are remaking the position, breaking media […]

SUU Summer Boot Camp 2017

July 19, 2017 Chris Haught 0

Virtual field trips enable students to visit places near and far without having to worry about weather, long bus rides, or packing a lunch. In this workshop, participants will learn how virtual field trips can enhance the curriculum and will become familiar with many excellent sources of virtual field trips