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This is always a popular academy at CSD! If you are interested, now is the time to register.
Originally posted on Education Today:
Cooperating School Districts announces that registration for the 2013-14 Technology Leadership Academy is now open. This annual academy will assist educators in developing the knowledge and skills necessary to use technology as a tool for more effective and efficient leadership in their schools and districts.
The Technology Leadership Academy offered by the Learning Team focuses on:
• Learning leadership skills in technology
• Improving classroom use of technology
• Developing a vision of how to use technology to improve student performance
• Assessing strengths and needs of your staff/students in the area of technology
• Developing a practical and useful technology plan
• Expanding professional learning networks
All educators are invited to participate, including superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, librarians, media specialists, tech coordinators, and teachers. Participants receive and use, if they do not already own one, an iPad with 3G capability as part of the registration fee.…
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Come learn powerful ways to integrate digital media and Web 2.0 tools into your instruction as well as discover an abundance of resources to expand your own personal learning network on April 21, 2012 (that’s just two weeks from Saturday!) at the Spring Virtual Conference offered by Discovery Education.
We are pleased to welcome Jason Altman to St. Louis’ onsite event at Cooperating School Districts. Jason will bring his expertise and knowledge of DE Assessment. Besides Jason, we will also have the MO DEN Leadership Council share even more free knowledge & support. Members Margie Rogers and Melissa Robison will host an iPad learning session and Bill Bass and Stephanie Madlinger will share strategies for using digital resources within DE streaming.
Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be provided for all attendees. (The target audience for this event includes preK through 12 classroom teachers as well as educators interested in curriculum resources, data & assessment). Please feel free to bring your own laptops, iPads, cell phones or other mobile devices and their chargers.
Did we mention this a free professional development session?