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Did You Miss "Data Collection to Support Technology Plan Evaluation?" 
This seminar was designed specifically for New York districts that identified "surveys” as their main data collection method related to the NYSED-mandated evaluation component of each of their 2022 - 2025 district technology plans. Whether a district had a particular survey instrument in mind, or perhaps hoped to develop a survey "at some point” before it was required, this webinar will help focus a district's time and effort on implementing surveys that generate meaningful evaluation data in the most time-effective manner. Co-hosted by LHRIC and Jeff Sun from Sun Associates who brings over two decades of program evaluation experience to instructional technology. Watch the Live Seminar Recording

 

SPOTLIGHT: Programs and Services

Discover Our New Learning Pathways

We've tailored our sessions to your specific goals, interests, and career aspirations. Start your JOURNEY Today!

>> Learning in the Age of AI

>> NEWLY Released Pathway: Lifelong Practices for Digital Literacy & Fluency>>

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Learn About Our MTSS & Data Dashboard Program

We have the team to support the important work your district is doing with MTSS and Data Dashboards.

>> LHRIC MTSS Data Dashboard

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  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, Harrison, NY 10528

    AI in the Classroom: Differentiating to Support All Learners

    This workshop is to provide educators with innovative strategies to personalize instruction and cater to diverse learning needs using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. We will explore how AI tools can facilitate differentiated instruction, ensuring that students receive support and challenge to promote academic success. Participants will gain insights into leveraging AI for adaptive learning, personalized feedback, scaffolds and extensions, empowering them to create inclusive and engaging learning environments where all learners thrive.

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    LHRIC Instructional Technology
  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, Harrison, NY 10528

    AI in the Classroom: Maintaining and Supporting Academic Integrity

    AI technology has brought forth transformative possibilities for teaching and learning. However, along with its benefits, AI also presents new challenges in maintaining academic integrity. The workshop aims to equip teachers with the knowledge and resources needed to foster a culture of academic integrity in their classrooms while leveraging AI technologies effectively.

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    LHRIC Instructional Technology
  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, Harrison, NY 10528

    Culturally Responsive Project Based Learning(PBL), Social-Emotional Learning(SEL) and STEAM using the required curriculum in your district

    Culturally Responsive Project-Based Learning (PBL) ,Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and STEAM are essential components of a well-rounded education system that values diversity and equity. By integrating culturally sensitive content and perspectives into project-based learning experiences, students can develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for different cultures and backgrounds. Additionally, emphasizing social-emotional skills such as self-awareness, empathy, and relationship-building in the educational curriculum nurtures student well-being and promotes positive social behaviors.This workshop will demonstrate how to integrate these teaching methods using many different forms of technology to enhance your existing curriculum. At the end of this workshop participants will have a well defined PBL/SEL/STEAM unit of study for implementation. Participants will be asked to bring a unit of study in a core subject area that you would like to develop into a Culturally Responsive PBL/SEL/STEAM unit.

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    LHRIC Instructional Technology
  • 450 Mamaroneck Ave, Harrison, NY 10528

    Lifelong Practices for Digital Fluency/Literacy: Reflect and Collaborate] Nurturing the Future Coders

    Join us for a collaborative workshop designed specifically for elementary educators seeking to enhance their instructional practices. This course aims to empower teachers with practical strategies for seamlessly integrating computational thinking into their daily lessons. Emphasizing simplicity, participants will be introduced to straightforward solutions that require no prior coding experience. Through engaging demonstrations, both plugged (using technology) and unplugged (offline) exercises will be showcased and shared, providing educators with valuable tools to enrich their teaching methods. Don't miss this opportunity to explore innovative ways to incorporate computational thinking into your K-12 classroom!

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    LHRIC Instructional Technology
  • Virtual/ Online event

    A Beginner's Look at Using Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

    AI is all the rage but I'm not sure how to apply it in my classroom or even if I should! Classroom teachers will get a beginner's glimpse at using AI in the classroom.

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    LHRIC Instructional Technology
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