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Hi Lucie,

Do you know anyone that I can reach out to who has created green screen
videos with VeeScope app and Ipad?

Thanks,
Carole

On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 12:27 PM, Lucie deLaBruere <[log in to unmask]>
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> *I know *there are a lot of great things happening with STEM in Vermont
> Schools.  How about getting recognition for some of our stars nationally.
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> *FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*
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> November 19, 2015
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> Contact: Susan
> Burkhart
> Phone: (703) 645-7866
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> *Deadline is Thursday to Enter STEM Excellence Awards*
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> *Innovative STEM Programs to be Recognized at National Ed-Tech Conference*
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> *ORLANDO, Fla.** –* Educators implementing the growing field of STEM into
> their everyday school curriculum will have the opportunity to be honored
> for their efforts at FETC 2015, one of the largest conferences in the
> nation devoted entirely to education technology. New to the conference,
> the 2015 STEM Excellence Awards presentation is generating excitement as it
> shows appreciation for the hard-work and creativity of today’s teachers.
>
> STEM is the study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics
> integrated into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world
> applications. Teachers are increasingly instructing this interdisciplinary
> approach as it relates to students’ future success in college, careers and
> life. This engagement of the 4Cs (communication, collaboration, critical
> thinking and creativity) also provides students with the ability to compete
> in a new global economy with a workforce population rich in STEM skills and
> opportunities.
>
> FETC’s 35th annual conference will take place at the Orange County
> Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 20-23, where winners of the STEM
> Excellence Awards will present their exemplary programs. The event also
> will feature dynamic speakers, exhibitors and events designed to provide
> PK-12 educators and administrators with an unparalleled opportunity to
> explore different technologies while increasing their familiarity with the
> latest devices, hardware, software and successful strategies for student
> technology integration.
>
> “We are thrilled to showcase schools participating in the study of STEM at
> FETC 2015,” said Patrick Gallagher, Event Director, Education Events at
> 1105 Media. “We believe this kind of recognition will inspire educators to
> continue developing ways to innovate this invaluable program.”
>
> What separates STEM from the traditional science, technology, engineering
> and mathematics education is the interdisciplinary and applied approach.
> Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects,
> STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world
> applications.
>
> “It is becoming clearer that personalized learning is a necessity,” says
> Gallagher. “STEM addresses each student’s needs and abilities and guides
> them to their own, unique pathway to success. At FETC, we want to provide
> educators with resources to practice this promising approach.”
>
> Teachers who want to flaunt their school’s STEM success should apply
> online at the FETC website by Nov. 20. Nominees and winners will be
> selected from each of the elementary, middle and high school levels. Applicants
> will be evaluated based on the use of interdisciplinary curriculum,
> collaboration, design, problem solving and the STEM experiences offered by
> each school. The FETC STEM Advisory Board will evaluate all applications
> and notify the main contacts for each application.
>
> To register for FETC 2015 and get information on sessions, presenters,
> exhibitors, ticketed workshops and registration, please visit www.fetc.org.
> Join the conversation by following the conference on Twitter (@FETC
> <http://www.twitter.com/fetc>) and using and searching the hashtag (#FETC
> <https://twitter.com/search?f=realtime&q=%23fetc&src=savs>). For even
> more FETC updates, “like” FETC on Facebook
> <https://www.facebook.com/FETC1> and join the FETC LinkedIn group
> <https://www.linkedin.com/groups/FETC-4199675?gid=4199675&mostPopular=&trk=tyah&trkInfo=tarId%3A1412788276882%2Ctas%3Afetc%2Cidx%3A5-1-12>
> .
>
> *About 1105 Media*
>
> 1105 Media, Inc. provides integrated business-to-business information and
> media to qualified professionals in the public, academic and private
> sectors focusing on technology, products, policy, regulation and news
> delivered through an assortment of media, including print and online
> magazines, journals and newsletters; seminars, conferences, executive
> summits and trade shows; training and courseware; and Web-based services.
> The markets served by these offerings include Government, Education,
> Network & Enterprise Computing, Business Intelligence, Office Equipment,
> Industrial Health & Safety, Compliance, Security, Environmental Protection,
> Water & Wastewater and Home Medical Equipment. 1105 Media is based in
> Chatsworth, Calif., with primary offices throughout the U.S. and more than
> 350 employees.
>
> # # #
>
> *Note**:  Media representatives interested in attending and covering FETC
> 2015 can register online at www.fetcpress.org
> <http://www.fetcpress.org/> or on-site at the Orange County Convention
> Center in room S210E. FETC 2015 will feature an on-site Press Room where
> registered media representatives can schedule interviews, work stories or
> just relax. Media representatives are required to register and will not be
> admitted into any FETC venues without a badge issued by FETC press staff.
> There is no cost for media registration.*
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*Carole Renca, M.Ed.Teacher LibrarianEdmunds Middle School
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