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We’ve Moved!

Please visit kirstenhaugen.org and update your bookmark!

What You’ll Find

  • Resources and strategies for making the most effective use of technology in educational settings, for students with diverse learning styles and skills.
  • Topics relating to literacy, student publishing, digital photography, early childhood and intervention, mental health in children, and more.
  • A focus on project-based, inclusive learning activities, using readily available and affordable tools along with the best of universally designed tools and software.

About Me

I am Kirsten Haugen, MA, a parent, special education teacher, writer, and educational technology consultant with special interests in assistive technology, early intervention, student writing and publishing, and mental health issues for children and adolescents.

I have done work for Alliance for Technology Access, Child Care information Exchange, Center for Accessible Technology, Don Johnston, Inc., Eugene 4J School District, IntelliTools, Technology, Reading and Learning Diversity Conference, the World Forum on Early Care and Education, and other organizations, school districts and non-profits.



8 responses to “We’ve moved…”

    3 02 2007
      Kay (11:47:10) :     

    Hi Kirsten,

    Here’s my blog – http://rmtctechnotes.blogspot.com/
    I don’t keep it up. I created it as an example of something teachers can do.

    Kay

    5 07 2007
      Laney Briggs (16:23:20) :     

    Hello Kirsten,

    I cut and pasted a story of yours about Art2Heart and then realized later that I may have needed to get permission. I am new to blogging and am a little technology challenged. I hope that it was okay to have posted this on my blog. I later(today) edited the post and added your blog’s name onto the post to give you credit. I will take it down if I need to. Thank you so much for spreading the word. I had heard about Nance program and have exchanged several emails with her about a project I am sending her. She seems to be such a kind and gracious person.
    best wishes,
    Laney

    20 04 2008
      anne marie (19:26:25) :     

    Hi Kirsten-
    I sm a relative “newbie” to Blogs and since my spring vacation starts tomorrow I have time tonight to explore (no lessons to plan!)– and I am very glad I came across your very informative site! I’m off to check out your webiste and aast. tech ning. Thanks fro sharing and nice to meet you!
    anne marie

    10 09 2008
      Rick Oppenheim (10:18:51) :     

    Ready to blog at ILC 2008?

    As a blogger interested in education and technology, you are well aware that today’s educators face an incredible challenge every day to keep their tech-savvy (and easily distracted) students engaged. They are struggling to balance razor-thin budgets against the need to improve teaching strategies and must rely on constantly-changing technology to achieve success in the classroom.

    Next month, they’ll have an outstanding opportunity to ease their burden.

    The Innovative Learning Conference (ILC) 2008, will be held October 14-16, 2008, at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., and is devoted to sharing innovative educational strategies for advancing K-12 student achievement.

    The conference offers public and private K-12 educators the opportunity to learn and share best practices for the integration of technology into the 21st-century classroom. More than 150 concurrent sessions and over 60 workshops will provide outstanding professional development opportunities and demonstrate innovative strategies, applications and best practices.

    The conference will also feature an expansive exhibit hall where attendees can view the latest products and services from some of the nation’s leading technology companies. More than 100 leading solution providers will attend, including sponsors Discovery Education, Pearson, ByteSpeed and SMART Technologies.

    ILC 2008 will feature Danny Forster, host of Discovery Channel’s “Build it Bigger,” as the Opening Keynote Speaker.

    I hope you will consider sharing this information with your readers (and, of course, attending the conference yourself). ILC 2008 is a resource available to all educators, administrators and technology leaders to experience first-hand the future of educational technology. Registration is taking place NOW, with an early-bird discount available through September 19.

    For more information on the conference, including the complete list of exhibitors, the conference agenda, attendee registration and press information – as well as to request press credentials to attend and cover ILC 2008 yourself (at no charge) – please visit http://www.ilc2008.org. If you have any questions, please contact me at (850) 386-9100 or email [email protected].

    Thank you … and I hope to see you at ILC 2008.

    Rick Oppenheim

    ILC Media Relations Manager

    22 12 2009
      Lea (00:44:05) :     

    hi Kristen.. I have read your blogs and they are all great and informative.. Keep up the work…

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    15 11 2011
      unknown (15:55:46) :     

    hi my name is kaea and can you come on my blog and comment please http://kaeapws.edublogs.org/

    15 11 2011
      L.J (15:56:14) :     

    Hi my name is Lionel and I’m from New Zealand and your blog is so cool if you mined have a look at my blog ok bye http://lionelpws.edublogs.org/

    29 08 2012
      ffreading (12:07:45) :     

    Awesome, great to see someone who likes to do an educational blog.
    :)

    Andrew

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