Announcements

  • 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!

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  • 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!

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  • 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.
    http://it.lhric.org/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: mcollins@lhric.org or Bobbi Baker: bbaker@lhric.org.

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  • LHRIC announces a partnership with Lexia Learning!

    For more information regarding Lexia, please contact Bobbi Baker: bbaker@lhric.org & Mary Lynn Collins: mcollins@lhric.org.

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  • 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!

    Click here to register in MyLearningPlan

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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
    --feedback
    --creating creativity

    Nominate a Teacher Today!

     

    Leadership for Digital Learning (L4DL)

TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

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This is an exciting time for TLI.  Be sure to register for the upcoming events! Why not submit a presentation proposal for Tech Expo? Consider your teachers and district for the TELL Awards!  Simply click upon the event of your choice for MLP registration.

 

3/3/17 -   CTO Digital Convergence Seminar (Ad Hoc event for Directors of Technology and Curriculum Leaders) -

3/4/17 -   NYSCATE Hudson Valley Conference, Wappingers Falls, NY -

3/10/17 - LHCOSS Digital Convergence Conference -

4/7/17 -   LHRIC Tech Expo
                  Participant Registration
                  Presentation Proposal Submission - deadline Friday 3/3/17 (extended)
                  Vendor Registration Link

5/12/17 - TELL Award Celebration (formerly Pioneer Award) - 

6/6/17  - CTO Clinic (NYSCATE/COSN) - registration available soon.

LHRIC Contact

Sarah MartabanoSarah Martabano
Manager
smartabano@lhric.org
(914) 592-4203 x3411

2016/17 TLI Brochure

COSN/NYSCATE Membership

  • Membership discounts on events
  • Eligible for COSN CETL Certification

NOTE:  Membership and exam fees are additional.

Smart School Bond Act

The Smart Schools Bond Act (SSBA) was passed in the 2014-15 Enacted Budget and approved by the voters in a statewide referendum held during the 2014 General Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. The Smart Schools Bond Act authorized the issuance of $2 billion of general obligation bonds to finance educational technology and infrastructure to improve learning and opportunity for students throughout NY State. The SSBA requires that a Review Board review and approve districts’ Smart Schools Investment Plans before any funds may be made available for the program.

NYSED’s Business Portal will host the application that will collect districts’ Smart Schools Investment Plans (SSIPs). NYSED will review the SSIPs for completeness, then, when appropriate, share with the Review Board for consideration.

The Smart Schools Bond Act (SSBA) Allocations is available here.

Final Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) submission application is now available on the NYSED Business Portal.

For more information contact Carlos Ramirez at cramirez@lhric.org or (914) 592-4203.