• A Lesson in Global Citizenship

    Building respect, empathy and tolerance among today's students is just one part of the global citizenship curriculum.  Click here to learn more about this workshop held in LHRIC's Active Learning Center (ALC) & check the Model Schools Catalog for future course offerings.

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  • Have you seen our LHRIC/eChalk Help page?

    Click here to find valuable resources that our team has created as a result of work within the region!

    LHRIC IT News & Announcements
  • TLI Winter Event

    On January 20th, attending TLI members analyzed strategic approaches to support trending & emerging tools in today's classroom.  Click here to read more!

    LHRIC IT News & Announcements
  • LHRIC announces a partnership with Tech 4 Learning in support of Wixie!

    For more information regarding Tech 4 Learning, please see our *new* product page for Wixie. 


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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with McGraw Hill for Redbird Mathematics!

    For more information regarding Redbird Mathematics, please contact Mary Lynn Collins: or Bobbi Baker:

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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with Lexia Learning!

    For more information regarding Lexia, please contact Bobbi Baker: & Mary Lynn Collins:

    LHRIC IT News & Announcements
  • Active Learning Center @ LHRIC

    What does the "classroom of the future" look like?  How can space and environment enable learning? Click Here to learn more and see how you can visit our Active Learning Center (ALC).

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  • Model Schools 2016-2017 Catalog Released!

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  • Nominate Teachers NOW!

    Do you know an innovative teacher passionate about leveraging technology to promote authentic problem solving, online collaboration, feedback, or student creativity?  The LHRIC is seeking innovative and passionate teachers with stories, experience, and classroom practices to share with other teachers focused on the following technology themes:

    --authentic problem solving
    --online collaboration
    --creating creativity

    Nominate a Teacher Today!


    Leadership for Digital Learning (L4DL)


EdTechChat- LHRICIn October, 2014, #suptchat, the international chat on Twitter for superintendents and school leaders, launched with overwhelming success. A Twitter chat is an opportunity and an invitation to spend an hour with other thought leaders and colleagues - much like a one hour conference call, meeting, or symposium.

Drawing upon the success and popularity of #supchat, LHRIC Model Schools, with inspiration and leadership from Joe Mosey, Ed.D (Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services for Peekskill City School District) is pleased to announce regularly scheduled online chat sessions specifically for local district administrators. If you have a device, one hour, and a curiosity about instructional technology trends and topics, you’re ready to participate.


  • Regularly scheduled Twitter chats
  • Hosted by LHRIC and local district administrators using guiding questions to provoke discussion and sharing
  • 60 minutes, 1 topic, multiple perspectives
  • Suggested Topics for 2016-2017:Privacy and security
    • 1-1 devices in the classroom
    • Selected topics from Horizon Report 2016
    • New models of professional development empowered by technology
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Good Pedagogy for the Flipped Classroom
    • And, whatever you’d like to chat about.
  • Can’t join in person? Each month, chat content will be archived and available for review using  Storify.
  • Use hashtag  #LHRIC21CentChat to contribute to the conversation.


Never participated in a Twitter chat? As long as you have a Twitter account, you're ready. Check out this Tips for Successfully Participating in a Twitter Chat.pdf to prepare.


  • Monthly, Tuesday evenings, 7 pm - 8 pm


  • Building and district instructional leaders

For your convenience, you may sign up for text reminders using Our discussion questions will be provided in advance - all you need do is simply RSVP, and review the resources below to ensure a satisfying experience.

We sincerely hope you join for lively discussion, sharing, camaraderie, and at-home quality professional learning and growth.


Leslie Accardo (LHRIC)  and Joe Mosey, Ed. D (Peekskill CSD)
Co-Moderators and Facilitators

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