Friday, September 2, 2011

Let There Be Spaces - Contemplating TEC-SIG Renewal

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Some time ago (08/02/2011), I received the following note from the Texas Technology Education Coordinators Special Interest Group (TEC-SIG):

Dear Mr. Miguel Guhlin,As a member of TEC-SIG, you have benefited by:Information Sharing on:
Legislation developments
News from the Texas Education Agency
Upcoming grants
Technical support
Emerging trends in educational technology
Collaboration with technology coordinators from across the state via the TEC-SIG listserv.
Professional Development at three yearly meetings on leadership and emerging technologies.
Leadership opportunities that influence the use of technology in schools across Texas.
 Your membership in TEC-SIG has or will expire on 08/23/2011  We don’t want you to miss any of these benefits, so renew for only $20!
Since then, I've had the opportunity to reflect on the value of TCEA TEC-SIG membership and how fun it's been to connect with friends and colleagues on that list. Although it's Friday, September 2, 2011 and my membership--as of today--has yet to be cut off even though I haven't renewed, I've decided to drop off the list for now.


In the meantime, I hope you'll join the TexasTEE - Technology Enhanced Education--group on Facebook and share your questions, ideas, and comments on tech in Texas Education!

Welcome to TexasTEE! The idea for this group is a state-wide group of folks committed to enhancing education through the strategic application of technology to teaching, learning and leading. It's a venue where we can share what we need to know, what we know, and what we're learning.
I hope you'll share your questions and ideas here, as well as invite others to join the group.

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