Our first Digital Learning Showcase is now available. Congratulations to Kristin Jarrell for being selected to represent MSET this month in our Showcase for her work with personalized learning. For details visit the Digital Learning Showcase section on our website.
MSET is highlighting examples of great teaching, leading, and learning happening around the state of Maryland. Each month a different theme is highlighted on Facebook and Twitter. We are asking our members to spotlight great things happening in their districts.
If your submission is selected, you will be featured on our website, Facebook page/group, and on Twitter. This month we are featuring our connected educators. Share with us how you use social media tools to help you grow as a professional or how you use them with students to break down traditional classroom walls.
Teacher of the Year Gala
MSET was proud to sponsor the Washington County Teacher of the Year, Ayako Shiga of Boonsboro High School, and her guests for this year's Teacher of the Year Gala. MSET is committed to continuing to support the sitting President's county winner in future years.
Officers Begin a New Term
MSET’s new officers officially began their term at the close
of the Spring Business meeting on May 29th, Catherine Poling, President; James
Corns, Treasurer; Chris Cuppett, Secretary. In addition, election results were announced for two
positions, President-elect and Secretary. Thank you to those that voted. MSET
is pleased to announce President-elect for 2013-14 will be Selena Ward who
currently serves as MSET Professional Development Chair. Secretary for a second term is Chris
Cuppett. Congratulations to all! All MSET members are encouraged to support the organization in a volunteer capacity. Please share your interest with an executive board member to get involved! (pictured L-R, James Corns, Treasurer; Catherine Poling, President; Selena Ward, President-elect; Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Immediate Past President; Chris Cuppett, Secretary)
Vision - 2013-2014 MSET provides leadership and advocacy to support ideas and initiatives in advancing innovation in education.
Mission - 2013-2014 MSET advances excellence in learning, teaching, and leading through innovative and effective uses of technology.
Conference App Launched!
If you have already registered for Common Ground, please check the email account with which you registered for an email with your personal invitation for our app. There will not be a hard copy program this year and the app will be your primary source of information. Check your spam folder for an email dated (March 29).
Join us in Ocean City on May 1-2
Common Ground 2014
Mark your calendar for Common Ground 2014 being held May 1-May 2, 2014, at the Ocean City Convention Center. We hope to see you there! _________________________________________________________
Join your fellow MSET members in Atlanta this summer for ISTE 2014!
In early July, a dedicated MSET team gathered in Hagerstown for the organization's annual summer retreat. The agenda included building a vision and strategic plan for enhanced collaboration/ networking among peers, professional development activities, advocacy initiatives and fostering organizational strength. MSET President Catherine Poling was pleased with the "tremendous work accomplished," further adding, "we are looking forward to the rewarding year ahead as we power forward". (pictured l-r: back row: Mike Maszinski, Tony Bollini, Jennifer Pleszkoch, Mary Del Bianco, Betsy Peisach, Angela Batten, (L)Thea Jones, Judy Flood, (front row) Nicole Paylor, Catherine Poling, Selena Ward, James Corns, Jr. ) _______________________________________________________
MSET Advocates on Capitol Hill
In April, eleven MSET members attended the 2013 Washington Ed Tech Policy Summit. Two days were spent learning about effectively advocating for educational technology funding. Read the entire account by Advocacy Chair Thea Jones and see how you can get involved. More
MSET Honors Catherine Poling, Making it Happen Award Recipient.
Congratulations Catherine Poling, 2013 recipient of the prestigious Making it Happen Award. Catherine received her honor at the Common Ground spring conference.
At the award presentation, Catherine was lauded as a person “passionate
beyond words” and “dedicated to meeting
the needs of students and helping them learn in a 21st century
classroom”. Read more (picture: Catherine Poling (L) receives award from Hilary Goldman (R) from (ISTE) ________________________________________________________
Career Postings See what jobs are currently available and how MSET can help get the word out about other openings. More