Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Month – Job Well Done COLORADO TEACHERS!!

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Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Month

Congratulations and Job well done, COLORADO TEACHERS!
In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Month, we are announcing eNetColorado’s Teacher Spotlight page at http://www.enetcolorado.org/enetcolorado-teacher-spotlight/.

WORDLEThis month we are honored to highlight Holly Mena, 8th Grade Math Teacher, Goddard Middle School, Littleton, CO.

Our next session of courses will begin May 15th and you do not want to miss taking one of our courses.  You will also be able to register for our summer session courses as well.  To find out about our upcoming courses, please go to http://www.enetcolorado.org/course-catalog-and-descriptions/.  By taking one or more of our May, June, or July courses, you will automatically be placed in a drawing to receive free registration for an upcoming fall course.  We value the teachers of Colorado and we want to provide the best online professional development opportunities for you.  Keep your eyes open for even more new courses that we will be offering soon.

Valued endorsements from our teachers:

Moving Into Mobile Learning
“I have a better grasp on how to move my classroom towards mobile learning.  Thanks for opening eyes to what I can do and what mobile learning can do for my students!”
~Tricia McCumber, Colorado Springs School District

Intel® Elements: Collaboration in a Digital Classroom
“I enjoyed the Collaboration in a Digital Classroom course. I was introduced to numerous resources to start integrating online collaboration tools into my classroom instruction immediately. The facilitator was realistic, and offered advice about starting small and focusing on the content and not just the technology to enhance the learning environment. I learned a ton!”
~ Holly Mena, Goddard Middle School



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