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  • Title: California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: .. About K12HSN.. The Network.. Content and Applications.. Conferencing.. EdTech Resources.. E-rate/CTF.. Brokers of Expertise.. Calaxy.. Login.. Register.. Siskiyou County.. CTAP Region 2.. Connected to K12HSN:.. COEs.. 100%.. 1 of 1 COEs.. Districts.. 88%.. 23 of 26 Districts.. Schools.. 86%.. 50 of 58 Schools.. Visit DataLINK.. Design a Travel Brochure.. In this activity from ReadWriteThink, children create a travel brochure to share information about a place they have visited or a place they would like to visit.. They can draw pictures, use photographs, add maps, and write details about what they see.. Headlines and K12HSN Updates.. E-rate and California Teleconnect Fund Training.. Thursday, September 12th, 2013.. CDE: The CDE and  ...   LEAs, libraries, and.. October: 5 education grants you don’t want to mi.. Friday, October 4th, 2013.. eSchool News: School funding difficulties show no sign of abating, and school budgets are stretched to the limit.. Many educators and administrators rely on school grants to fund im.. Upcoming Events.. K12HSN Advisory Board Meeting.. November 7, 2013.. 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.. February 6, 2014.. May 15, 2014.. Contact Us.. California K-12 High Speed Network.. 1398 Sperber Road.. El Centro, CA 92243.. Telephone: (760) 312-6512.. E-mail:.. info_request@lists.. k12hsn.. org.. Home.. /.. Copyright 2004 - 2013 California K-12 High Speed Network.. All rights reserved.. K12HSN is a program funded by the California Department of Education..

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  • Title: About K12HSN - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: Loading.. Please wait.. News.. Committees.. Toolbox.. Program Reports.. FAQs.. Calendar.. Terms of Service.. What is the K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN)?.. K12HSN is a state program funded by the California Department of Education.. The California Department of Education competitively selected the.. Imperial County Office of Education.. (ICOE) as the Lead Education Agency (LEA) and manager of the K-12 High Speed Network program.. K12HSN is operated by a consortium consisting of Imperial County Office of Education, Butte County Office of Education and Mendocino County Office of Education.. K12HSN provides the California K-12 community with:.. Network Connectivity, Internet Services.. ,.. Network Diagnostic Service.. Teaching and Learning Application Coordination.. and.. Videoconferencing Coordination and Support.. The mission of the California K-12 High Speed Network is to enable educators, students and staff across the state to have access to reliable high speed network which has the capacity to deliver high quality online resources to support teaching and learning and promote academic achievement.. Click here to view the.. FREE services and resources.. available to California schools.. K12HSN administers K-12 s participation in the California Research and Education Network (CalREN).. CalREN is the high-speed, high-bandwidth statewide network of 14 Hub  ...   ).. Network and Internet services to the 72 K-12 Node Sites are extended to 79% (7,946) of schools, 87% (861) of school districts, and 100% (58) of county offices of education in California, which provide direct service to nearly 4.. 8 million students.. Why does funding by the State of California make good sense?.. K-12 enjoys the advantage of leveraging resources in aggregate across K-12 and along with higher education in California.. Absent state funding, it would be difficult and cost-prohibitive to provide the level of service to every region of California.. Left to fund connectivity on their own, some California districts would be capable of obtaining service while many would not.. Advances toward equal opportunity and distance learning for teachers and students would be lost or made ineffective.. Critical business functions of schools would be jeopardized, along with a variety of professional development opportunities and student programs.. Schools and County Offices of Education cannot function without network services.. Without a coordinated, state-funded initiative ensuring equal-access to cost-effective network services, students, teachers, and administrators throughout California will have disparate access.. Providing better service for better value makes good fiscal sense for all of California..

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  • Title: The Network - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: Network Diagnostics.. DataLINK.. Technology Refresh.. Monitoring.. Connectivity Policies.. Node Site Agreement.. Other State Networks.. K-12 Connections to CalREN.. CalREN is the high-speed, high-bandwidth statewide network of 14 Hub Sites and circuits linking to 72 K-12 Node Sites, 11 UC Node Sites, 24 CSU Node Sites, 111 community college Node Sites, as well as 6 Node Sites serving the three participating private universities.. Click here to download a detailed Connectivity Map.. PDF.. Benefits of Connecting to the CalREN Infrastructure.. PDF,  ...   (CENIC).. Learn more about CENIC at.. www.. cenic.. CalREN is also linked to the national Internet2 network forming an.. advanced state and national Intranet for educational use.. Learn more about Internet2 at.. internet2.. edu.. Network and Internet services to the 72 K-12 Node Sites are extended to 81% (7,646) of schools, 87% (863) of school districts, and 100% (58) of county offices of education in California, which provide connectivity to over 5 million students.. Visit.. dataLINK.. for more connectivity data..

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  • Title: Content and Applications - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: CaliQity.. Thinkfinity.. Student Showcase.. Cybersafety.. UC College Prep.. DNA.. Advancing Network Uses.. Free Resources.. Learning management system and learning object repository, designed specifically for the K-12 environment, all in one place.. Free suite of tools for K-12 educators.. Statewide portal to get resources, access training and join a community of educators to share a wealth of expertise and best practices.. Verizon Thinkfinity.. Free, comprehensive Web site containing thousands of educational resources.. PORTS.. California State Parks PORTS program provides teachers and students with complete units of study and live videoconference.. CDE.. on.. iTunes U.. CDE on iTunes U.. A central clearinghouse of easily accessible high quality professional development for  ...   the California K-12 High Speed Network is to provide statewide coordination of network uses, videoconferencing and related distance learning capabilities to benefit teaching and learning.. K12HSN strives to increase awareness of appropriate high-quality educational resources and applications that teachers, students and administrators can access on the network.. While the development of applications and resources is outside the scope of this project, K12HSN works to enhance access to the high-quality educational resources available through other education technology programs, the 58 county offices of education, and other entities.. K12HSN.. Expands.. K-12 access to rich content resources to improve teaching and learning.. Enables.. those resources to be reliably available.. Promotes.. K-20 collaboration..

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  • Title: Conferencing - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: K20video Scheduler.. Resources.. LCFF Input Sessions.. Support.. The K12HSN currently provides a variety of videoconferencing services for K-12 schools and higher education institutions in California.. Videoconferencing is a tool which connects two or more locations with interactive voice and video and can be used in a variety of ways, such as:.. Administrative Uses.. Professional Development.. Virtual Field Trips.. Collaborations and Instructions.. The following services are available through  ...   - K12HSN has developed.. K20video.. , a scheduling system which allows for the scheduling of point to point and multipoint calls.. Multipoint Bridging.. - Service which allows 3 or more locations to be in a conference.. Recording.. - Any conference can be digitally recorded in real-time to provide content access at a later time.. Streaming.. - Any conference can be streamed live to participants viewing on their computer..

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  • Title: EdTech Resources - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: Other States.. Research Papers.. The K12HSN is a state program which works in conjunction with several other state initiatives to support technology for improved teaching and learning.. The administration of K-12 Education Technology in California is decentralized with several small programs administered by the state and most initiatives contracted to County Offices of Education.. The State Board of Education sets policy direction for the selection of online curricular resources and strongly encourages online professional development efforts to ensure programs focus on state's standards.. The California State Department of Education has established the Education Technology Office to administer programs and coordinate the contracted initiatives.. A primary focus of the unit is to guide the state department's education technology policies and initiatives and facilitate federally funded technology efforts in the state.. Focus On Statewide Education Technology Services Projects.. Focus On California Technology Assistance Project.. Focus On California Education Technology Initiatives.. The California Department of Education has partnered with Apple, Inc.. to launch CDE on iTunes U as a central clearinghouse of easily accessible high quality professional development for teachers and education administrators.. Now you can download lectures, discussions, audiobooks, podcasts, and many other forms of educational content from the CDE on iTunes U for free.. CLRN.. Under the Technology Services Unit of the California Department of Education, the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) identifies supplemental materials in electronic forms which meet California curriculum frameworks and standards.. The CLRN  ...   Service (SETS) project, provides educational administrators with tools that guide their decisions about how to integrate technology into classroom instruction and how to create and evaluate effective teacher technology training programs.. edtechprofile.. TechSETS.. TechSETS operates an online interactive help desk and works with counties and districts to establish professional development programs specifically addressing identified skill needs.. Technical support is contracted through the San Diego County Office of Education.. techsets.. TICAL.. TICAL provides professional development for district and site administrators that focuses on digital school leadership in the areas of data driven decision making and integrating technology into all facets of school administration.. The services are contracted through the Santa Cruz County Office of Education.. portical.. CETPA.. CETPA is an association of Educational Technology Professionals (technologists) within the State of.. California.. Founded in 1960, the major emphasis of the association's activities are directed towards improving Administrative Information Processing in public education within the State of California and to prepare its membership to better meet and support the technological needs of the Instructional Program.. cetpa-k12.. CUE.. Computer Using Educators - CUE's goal is to advance student achievement through technology in all disciplines from preschool through college.. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Special Interest Groups.. Affiliates provide CUE members with local year-round support through meetings, grants, events and mini-conferences.. CUE Conferences are.. s premier educational technology events.. cue..

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  • Title: E-rate/CTF - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: Trainings and Sign-up.. Training Materials.. Letter of Agency.. CTF Application.. E-rate NPRM.. E-RATE TRAINING SESSIONS -- FALL 2013.. The California Department of Education (CDE), in conjunction with the K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN), is pleased to announce the Fall 2013 E-rate training dates to all school districts/charter schools, county offices of education, libraries, and service providers throughout the state.. org/programs/erate/trainings.. php.. For any training questions, please contact:.. Cynde Landers  ...   to the FCC is September 16, 2013, with reply comments due October 16, 2013.. Please note that you must refer to.. WC Docket No.. 13-184.. in your response.. Comments can be filed by hand or using the.. FCC s Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS).. Web page.. Read more.. ---------------------------------------.. Join the CDE E-rate mailing list.. to be notified via e-mail when new or updated E-rate information is available.. page..

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  • Title: Brokers of Expertise - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: Many school reform projects have been performed on an individual school or district basis.. However, it is imperative that a state as large and complex as California learns to share sound educational solutions to common issues.. The fact that some low-achieving schools succeed while others with similar challenges continue to struggle is persuasive evidence of the need to disseminate successful practices in a more meaningful manner.. The California Department of Education (CDE) recognizes the urgent need to connect educators with one another to enable them to collaborate and think more critically about their practice and to provide them effective tools as they attempt to close the achievement gap and raise overall student  ...   as they strive to reach ambitious goals for student achievement.. The BoE project will accomplish this by offering online resources that:.. Provide classroom tools and resources that are aligned to California Content Standards.. Provide resources that are searchable by grade, content level and demographic information.. Provide opportunities for creating and publishing high-quality content that has proven effective for teachers.. Facilitate communication and dialogue with educators across the state who have similar questions.. Brokers of Expertise: Report on Phase I Pilot Implementation.. (PDF, 4 MB).. If you have questions or require additional information, please visit the Brokers of Expertise pilot website at.. myboe.. You may also contact Teri Sanders at: (760) 312-6512 or.. tsanders@icoe..

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  • Title: K12HSN Calaxy
    Descriptive info: My Calaxy.. Upload.. Search.. About.. Help.. Welcome to Calaxy.. The California K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN) is offering a comprehensive set of tools to support teaching and learning in California classrooms.. Calaxy, this free suite of tools, includes blogging, videoconference scheduling, wikis, an asset management module, as well as Moodle-an online course management system and a file sharing system where educators can upload videos, podcasts, images and documents.. Thousands of Thinkfinity resources are also available in Calaxy.. Calaxy is an excellent tool to share lesson ideas, upload student learning objects, disseminate best practices, and more! Messaging and social networking functionalities help you connect with other educators in the K12HSN Trusted Community.. Make sure you take advantage of these free resources provided by the K12HSN and the California Department of Education.. Calaxy Tools.. Blogs.. Personal online journal  ...   manage your videos online and browse instructional videos.. Courses and lessons designed and approved by faculty from the University of California for use in the K-12 classroom.. Podcasts.. Upload and manage your podcasts online and discover your peers' podcasts.. MyTechDesk.. Easy, web-based workorder management.. Images.. Upload and manage your photos and digital images online and find additional images.. K20Video.. Videoconference scheduling system for California schools.. Documents.. Browse, upload and manage documents online.. Assets.. Easy yet powerful web-based system for managing and tracking your inventory.. Moodle.. Online course management system.. Calaxy Login.. E-mail Address.. Password.. Search Calaxy.. Calaxy Channels.. Administration.. Adult Education.. Career and Technical.. Economics.. Elementary School.. English Language Learner.. English/Language Arts.. Foreign Language.. High School.. Higher Education.. Mathematics.. Middle School.. Physical Education.. Science.. Social Studies.. Special Education.. Visual/Performing Arts.. Copyright 2008-2013 California K-12 High Speed Network..

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  • Title: Login - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: K12HSN Login.. Please enter your e-mail address and password to login.. Bold labels denote required fields.. E.. -mail Address.. P.. assword.. R.. emember my e-mail address.. New Account Registration.. If you do not have a K12HSN account, you can register for one here.. Password Reset.. If you already a have an account, but cannot recall your K12HSN account password..

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  • Title: News - California K-12 High Speed Network
    Descriptive info: News Archive.. Subscribe to our RSS Feeds or Join our.. Electronic Distribution List.. F.. ind an article.. All types.. K12video.. Reports.. Technology.. View archive.. Many educators and administrators rely on school grants to fund important projects and opportunities for students.. A Blueprint for Bringing Digital Tools Into School.. Education Week: A professional association of district technology leaders is offering advice to school officials on how they can transform schools using digital tools—by sharpening their focus on everything from teachers' PD to community engagement.. Reinventing science class.. Thursday, October 3rd, 2013.. eSchool News: Walk into any science classroom at a middle or high school in Newport News, Va.. , and chances are you won’t see students sitting in chairs, facing the teacher at the front of the room.. Time to focus on the real education problem: Pover.. eSchool News: Closing achievement gaps is only possible by focusing on funding equity, early childhood education, and providing the wraparound programs that will allow high-poverty students to get a high-quality education.. Administrators share favorite apps, tools for the.. eSchool News: In an effort to empower busy school administrators and in celebration of Connected Educator Month, education leaders compiled a list of their favorite apps and social media  ...   to answer that call, some educators are looking beyond stand-alone lessons or separate programming classes and integrating coding into their.. $7.. 5 Million for Linked Learning Programs.. CDE: More than 600,000 high school students will see the benefits of a new partnership among the state, community colleges, and the James Irvine Foundation that will direct $7.. 5 million toward Linked Learning, which provides students with the real-world e.. Shutdown’s impact on ed programs uncertain.. Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013.. eSchool News: As Congress failed to reach a budget agreement on Sept.. 30, triggering a federal government shutdown, education leaders and ed-tech stakeholders wondered how long, and to what extent, education programs would be impacted.. How to support young learners with tablets.. eSchool News: Tablets and other mobile devices are not uncommon in today's classrooms and in the hands of students.. But companies targeting "typical" students sometimes forget an important subset that benefits greatly from access to mobile devices–young.. K-12 Leaders Shift From Status Quo to Change Agent.. Education Week: as a result of the shifting educational landscape—in large part because of technological changes—what it means to be a superintendent today is far different from what it was just a few years ago.. View additional articles..

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