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LL2017 - Leveraging Learning: the iPad in Elementary Grades

  • 01 Nov 2017
  • 02 Nov 2017
  • Hilton Garden Inn Riverwatch, 14 Great Falls Plaza, Auburn, ME 04210
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LL2017 - Leveraging Learning 

iPads in Elementary Grades

Registration Opens June 1, 2017
In their Leveraging Learning institutes, the Auburn School Department helps participants learn how to successfully design and implement an iPad initiative to customize learning for students. The institute will provide participants with opportunities to network and learn from others. 

"This was such a powerful event! I came in with the viewpoint of a parent not wanting my son to be "plugged in" all day with all this "screen time." I'm leaving seeing the capabilities of iPad as a tool and the direction to go as I begin. I love having the resources, explanation of the apps, time with experts, networking and team time! I'm so excited to start!”  Kim Tilton - Kindergarten Teacher  - Saco, ME

Dates:  November 1 & 2, 2017

Location:  Hilton Garden Inn Riverwatch, Auburn, ME

Registration Cost: The fee of $375 ($325 Early Bird rate available June 1st through September 8th) per participant will include all meals from breakfast on Wednesday through lunch on Thursday.

Changes for LL2017: 

  • LL2017 is moving to two full days - same amount of learning time, but rather than running noon on a Wednesday to noon on Friday, this year’s event will run from 8:00 AM on Wednesday November 1st to the end of the day on Thursday November 2nd.
  • This year all sessions will be designed in a uniform way in an effort to assure the ability of participants to actively use what they learn at LL2017 when they return to their classrooms.

At LL2017, each session will…

  1. Be built around a recognizable classroom challenge that is valid for both the presenter/presenting team and the participants.    
  2. Provide through words and modeling an example of how the presenter or presenting team has leveraged iPad in meeting this perceived need.   
  3. Provide facilitated work time during which the participants can take the steps needed to go back into their classroom and integrate the practice into their own professional toolbox. 

Space:  LL2017 will be limited to 140 participants.



ACTEM

Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine

P.O. Box 187, Gorham, ME 04038

Phone: (207) 222-4353    •    FAX: (207) 222-2057    •    Email: info@actem.org 


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