TLI: Technology Leadership Institute
1/29/21: TLI Virtual Keynote Series: January
2/26/21: TLI Active=Con
3/16/21: TLI TELL Awards
4/21/21: TLI Virtual Keynote Series: April
5/21/21: Tech Expo (Virtual Conference)
7/22/20 - 12/31/20: TLI SPECIAL EVENT NYSCATE Creating a Culture of Privacy in the Age of EdLaw 2d (6 session series)
10/23/20: TLI Virtual Keynote Series: October
11/13/20: TLI Virtual Keynote Series: November
12/9/20: TLI Virtual Keynote Series: December
Special Event - NYSCATE Creating a Culture of Privacy in the Age of EdLaw 2d (6 session series)
Since 2013, over 130 new student privacy laws have passed in 41 states, with more bills and regulations being rolled out each year that include many new requirements for educators and administrators to implement. Some state laws include the threat of jail or large fines when school staff even unintentionally violate student privacy.
This massive shift in the legal landscape, including the introduction of New York’s Education Law 2-d and Part 121 regulations, makes it hard for schools and districts to keep up. This isn’t only a legal problem. As technology changes and the amount of information schools collect and maintain increases, ensuring that new educators and administrators come into their schools with the skills needed to adequately protect student privacy in their day-to-day work is extremely challenging. Districts, edtech service providers, and other stakeholders still have many unanswered questions around student privacy rules. We will cover the history of student privacy laws and regulations, requirements for schools and companies.
Participants will learn the essentials for creating a culture of privacy, review the policies, training and communications around privacy that already exist in your learning environment, and plan next steps to educate all stakeholders on their role in protecting student privacy. This is part of a program initiated by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), a Washington, DC-based think tank that seeks to advance responsible data practices. The forum is led by Internet privacy experts and includes an advisory board comprised of leading figures from industry, academia, law, and advocacy groups. For more information, visit www.fpf.org. This Future of Privacy Forum initiative aims to multiply on-the-ground student privacy support in the rapidly-evolving regulatory landscape
1. Knowledge: Expand and deepen your privacy and security knowledge.
2. Network: Establish ongoing relationships with a close cohort of privacy invested professionals.
3. Training: Acquire resources and information to support the development of a culture of privacy
Virtual Keynote: Thursday 10/23/20
Virtual Keynote Series Kickoff
We recognize that time away from your district may be impossible right now, and we've responded! The Technology Leadership Institute has been virtualized for 2020, providing the same quality programming in a more accessible format.
We are excited to present our keynote speaker, author and specialist in artificial intelligence: Janelle Shane.
Note: Due to the virtualization of these events, we've lifted the member district 8-seat limit. Please encourage your colleagues to attend.
Virtual Keynote: Friday 11/13/20
Join us for Keynote Speaker; writer, researcher, educator and published author: Dr. Beth Holland:
NYSCATE Annual Conference: 11/21 – 24/20
The NYSCATE Annual Conference brings over 1,500 educators together with the knowledge and resources they need to transform the future of teaching and learning. BOCES, RICs and district-level administrators, curriculum and technology leaders, teachers, librarians, and champions of ed tech will convene to share and discover innovative ways to engage students, enhance curriculum, and increase productivity. Note: Your TLI membership includes four (4) seats at this virtual convention.
Virtual Keynote: Wednesday 12/9/20
Join us for Keynote Speaker; Google Certified Innovator, bestselling author, and international trainer: Dr. Catlin Tucker.
USING BLENDED LEARNING MODELS TO DESIGN AND FACILITATE LEARNING FOR A CONCURRENT CLASSROOM
The concurrent classroom presents several challenges. It’s tough to meet the needs of students in class and online simultaneously. Often, there is an inequality of teacher attention, students struggle to stay engaged, and learning experiences do not maximize face-to-face and online learning affordances. When teachers rely exclusively on a whole group, teacher-led model, these challenges are exacerbated. Teachers can combat the challenges associated with the concurrent classroom by using blended learning models to prioritize differentiated small group and personalized 1:1 instruction, give students agency, and shift control over the pace of learning to students. This workshop will explore how teachers can use the station rotation model, flipped learning model, and playlist model to successfully engage students in a concurrent classroom.
Virtual Keynote: January 29, 2021
The LHRIC Technology Leadership Institute is designed to provide participants with various opportunities to engage in discussion with experts and vendors around topics that are timely and relevant.
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Keynote: REBOOT 2021
Our educational systems were disrupted in the spring of 2020. We quickly had to pivot to a new way of teaching and learning our students remotely. While there have been many challenges along the way, there have also been some successes. During this interactive keynote, we'll reflect on what we've learned so far during this remote learning experience and share best practices as we move towards an unknown future. This keynote has a unique Choose-Your-Own-Adventure type ending that you won't want to miss!
- 2:00-2:10 Welcome and Opening Remarks
- 2:10-2:18 Vendor Partner Spotlight Sessions (eChalk and Brightbytes)
- 2:20-2:30 Break
- 2:30-3:30 Keynote with Carl Hooker
- 3:30 Closing Remarks and Upcoming TLI Event Schedule
Due to the virtualization of this conference, we are waiving the 8 seat per district cap for registration purposes.
About the Keynote Speaker: Carl Hooker is an educational consultant and speaker from Austin, TX. He is a former teacher and administrator, and has authored six books on mobile learning, as well as being a National Faculty Member for Future Ready Schools. He hosts two podcasts and has launched an online course called "The Remote Learning Coach" for schools and districts looking for assistance in remote and hybrid learning.
TELL Awards: Monday 3/16/21
Tech Expo: Friday 5/21/21
LHRIC's TLI program offers our districts the opportunity to come together to learn about, share ideas on, and discuss excellence in teaching and learning through technology.
Our efforts each year are formed by our ability to expand upon our connections with vendors to allow you to be able to experience new technologies and how they have impacted teaching and learning. Several events will bring in many new as well as established vendors to help you plan out and realize your vision of your school district.
Participation in these member-only events gives you the best opportunity to stay abreast of the rapidly changing landscape of technology and education. The goal of the TLI Leadership Series is to bring national conferences, topics, and discussions to local venues. We continually engage with renowned keynote speakers from our field that are thought-provoking and inspiring. Network with peers, professionals on topics that are of the utmost importance and interest to you as a school or district leader.