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Educational Technology and the Law: Stump the Lawyers!

Who:
Jonathan D. Becker
When:
Session Three
Where:
Room 309

In this "stump the lawyers" session, attendees will have an opportunity to discuss issues at the intersection of educational technology and the law with four uniquely qualified "expert" panelists. Limited only by being specific to educational technology, the topics of discussion will be generated by questions from the audience.

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Field Guide for Change Agents

Who:
Rodd Lucier and Ben Hazzard
When:
Session Two
Where:
Room 309

The fourth 'R', Relationship, is one of the most important important tools to build upon if we are to succeed in generating lasting change in our schools. This session will ask participants to consider which strategies are most effective in building relationships with school, district, regional, national, and international colleagues.

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It Takes a Village to Raise a Program

Who:
Jeremy Spry and Rachel Hallowell
When:
Session Five
Where:
Room 309

Community partnerships enable schools to give students experiences outside the classroom. Students can apply their education and learn from nontraditional teachers.

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Subversive PD: Creating a culture of collaboration to bring educators into the 21st Century

Who:
Danja Mahoney, Michael Springer, Beth Knittle
When:
Session One
Where:
Room 309

Why are there still so many educators sitting in the back of the faculty meeting rolling their eyes whenever 21st Century Skills are on the agenda? How can Professional Development be meaningful, effective and important for the uninterested. This will be a conversation about getting ALL educators...
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Teaching the At-Risk Brain

Who:
Rodd Lucier
When:
Session Four
Where:
Room 309

Those at risk are often under-represented in discussions about educational change. How can the needs and voices of at risk students and at risk teachers, be brought to the forefront when considering the transformation of our schools?