activ-con 2017 was a great success!
Click here to learn more about our July 25th activ-con event that attracted over 100 leaders and innovators in K-12 active learning spaces from across the region!
Get your copy of this crosswalk guide for districts and schools using the BrightBytes Clarity Platform and working to complete their NYSED 100.12 Instructional Technology Plan. Includes recommendations for six (6) sections of the NYSED Instructional Technology Plan online survey and where to locate analysis and insights from your Clarity data related to each.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
This year's Leadership for Digital Learning (L4DL) program will include a series of webinars for school/district leaders, a user group event, and "+1 Site Visits" available throughout the year for teachers to "see digital learning in action" with host teachers in our region. Schedule of activities will be released by SEPTEMBER 15, 2016.
As you update your NYSED 100.12 Tech Plan, remember to maximize the insights, findings, data and reports available to you in your BrightBytes Clarity platform.
Many thanks to Jasper Fox, Jr., Shawna Strenfel, Heidi Bernasconi, and Jessica Minick for serving as host teachers for our 2015-2016 L4DL +1 Site Visits!