On August 10, teachers, school administrators, or anyone interested in educational technology will have an opportunity to attend a free educational symposium on the latest relevant and effective educational technologies. Take a look at the event here on the Granite State College website:
Granite State College, GovConnection, and MC Squared have partnered to offer a free, day-long event where educators will be presented with the learning technologies that interest them (as identified in a preconference survey). In addition, the most relevant and research-supported assistive technologies that meet the full range of special needs experienced by students (K-12) will be reviewed. What a great opportunity to learn about the latest educational technology (as well as learn about what other educators feel is important technology in improving your teaching and your students' learning)!
I was recently talking with someone who is both an educator and serves on a local school board. She was very excited to attend this symposium to research educational technology resources that her school district is interested in purchasing, as well as for the professional development opportunity (8 CEUs are available for attending).
The FREE symposium: Identify Technology that Improves YOUR Teaching and THEIR Learning, will be held August 10, 2012 from 8:30AM-4:30 PM (breakfast and lunch included) at Granite State College, 25 Hall St. Gateway Center, Concord, NH. If you cannot make it to Concord, you can participate online via live web conferencing at http://nhsymposium.org/.
To find out more or to register for the event, go to the website http://nhsymposium.org/. I look forward to seeing you there!