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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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)

TLI Winter Event: We Have the Tools – Let’s Be Change Agents!

Technology Leadership Institute (TLI) LogoIn 2016, we find ourselves armed with a variety of rich digital tools and resources to support our instructional programs.  It is critical to ensure we have a strategic approach when identifying the needs and use of all of these tools to successfully implement systemic change in our classrooms. 

Date: Friday, Jan. 20, 2017

Site: Edith Macy Conference Center - Briarcliff Manor, New York

Agenda:

7:30 - 8:30 Breakfast

8:40 - 10:10 - Session I - Samantha Becker

10:10 - 10:25 - Networking/Snack Break

10:30 - 12:00 - Session II - Karen Goldstein

 

Featured Speakers:

Samantha BeckerSamantha Becker is the Director of the NMC Horizon Project and lead writer and researcher for the NMC Horizon Report series, which analyzes emerging technology uptake in various education sectors across the globe. She has an expertise in digital communications, with a special interest in e-publishing, social media, and online learning. In 2013, she taught the first online course ever to exclusively take place in Facebook, which was geared towards training education professionals to integrate social media into their teaching practices. Previous to the NMC, Samantha facilitated the digitization of books and periodicals for several of the world’s largest publishers and was the managing editor of a lifestyle magazine. 

 

Karen GoldsteinKaren Goldstein is a veteran educator, with more than 25 years of teaching and instructional coaching experience in public schools in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher and a Teacher Consultant for the National Writing Project. Karen is also a co-author with Judith Lysaker and other teacher researchers of the NCTE-published book Teacher Inquiry in Literacy Workshops: Forging Relationships Through Reggio-Inspired Practice. Most recently, she worked as an Account Manager and Assessment Specialist for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where she managed custom assessment projects, provided professional development on assessment and early childhood topics to customers and internally as well as developed training materials for existing HMH products.

  

Agenda

Registration: Register now in My Learning Plan.

For more information, please contact Sarah Martabano at smartabano@lhric.org or 914.592.4203 (ext 3411)