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Come see us at TCEA!

January 13th, 2014 1:39PM

Come see us at TCEA!

Visit Booth #2031 at Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention next week to meet the faces behind Eduhero! We will be in the exhibit hall and would love to see as many educators as possible. We encourage you to come by and give us feedback on how Eduhero is working for you and discuss any recommendations or requests for next year's course catalog as district satisfaction is our number one priority.

We will be available to answer any questions and will be demonstrating all of our popular features. We created Eduhero to meet the specific needs of our Texas educators and watching the rapid growth of Eduhero has been an exciting journey. We can't wait to show you what else is in store this year.

For information on TCEA, go to

See you there!
Posted by Robyn C.

Now Available: Webinar Series

October 25th, 2013 2:58PM

We've got a big surprise... Eduhero is now offering a Webinar Series to all Heroic Subscribers! This gives our educators a chance to take their technology education even further from our talented professionals, Stormy Cullum and Emily Williamson, former and current Technology Integration Specialists at Region 6 Education Service Center. Each session will be close to an hour, crammed full of useful information, and give 1 CPE credit hour upon completion.

To kick start your learning this Webinar Series already has the following 5 courses:

This webisode series includes several courses in a webinar format. Subscribe now and learn many the tricks of the trade for educators needing to learn new technology!
Posted by Robyn C.

Spotlight - Alvin ISD & New Caney ISD

August 29th, 2013 6:39PM

NewCaney&AlvinBlog.jpgWe are excited to announce that New Caney ISD & Alvin ISD have completed over 4,000 hours of coursework in Eduhero! This is no small task, and we are encouraged by the amount of dedication our schools have shown, and the commitment they have given to improve themselves as educators. Often, teachers are tasked with the need to facilitate their student's growth so much so that they limit their ability to grow as professionals. It is teachers like those at New Caney ISD & Alvin ISD that show us there are educators that seek to continue to grow personally so they can continue to pour their passion into their students on a daily basis.

A big thanks to both of these districts for their constant participation and we applaud you for your effort in your work, which helps to support our mission of impacting teachers across Texas. It is and has always been our hope that Eduhero can serve as a resource for teachers who want to grow in their careers, and that we can provide an avenue to help accomplish these goals. The feedback you as educators have provided us has helped us to grow and develop to be able to better serve all of our districts. Keep up the great work!
Posted by Robyn C.