Epping Digital Learning Specialist RoundTable
Date: March 26, 2020
Location: Epping Middle and High School Media Center, 21 Academy Street, Epping, NH 03042
Target Audience: MS/HS Digital Learning Specialists
This Digital Learning Specialist RoundTable for the secondary level (6-12) is being hosted by Tyler Nekton & Deborah Dyer at the Epping Middle and High School in Epping, NH for secondary (ms/hs) school Technology Integration Teachers/Specialists on Thursday, March 26th. Part Learning Tour, part EdCamp, and part discussion group, the attendees set the discussion topics for the day and support each other with their challenges.
This roundtable provides an opportunity for New Hampshire digital learning specialists to gather and share thoughts about (but not limited to) using technology to engage and create in the classroom.
8:30-8:45am ~ Welcome, Introductions, & light breakfast
8:45-10:00am ~ Topic #1
10:00-10:30am ~ Tour of Epping Middle and High School
10:30-11:00am ~ Explore EMHS Innovation Center & Media Center
(includes zSpace, Padcaster studio, 3D printers, robotics, etc.)
11:00am-12:00pm ~ Topic #2
12:00-12:45pm ~ Lunch & networking
12:45-1:45pm ~ Topic #3
1:45-2:30pm ~ Tech Slam (Participants bring a tool/strategy to share with the group)
The specific topics and schedule will be developed from participants’ feedback prior to the roundtable. Possibilities include:
- Media balance for middle/high school students
- Curriculum ideas & resources
- NH CS
- Media/Digital Literacy
- Workshops for DLS?
- Vetting/approving apps/extensions, etc.
- How different districts are applying security standards (2FA, password settings, network security) and training staff and students
- Tyler has secured Dan Dister, Chief Information Security Officer for the state, to join for part of the day to field questions about HB1612 as it pertains to DLS and the new SB 694.
What does it look like to be a DLS at your school/district?
Measuring teacher & student progress in meeting technology standards
Leveraging technology in competency-based education
We know that professional development is important for everyone. In many cases, technology integration teachers are solo in their own buildings or districts. This roundtable opportunity is for those technology integration teachers interested in having conversations about particular topics to improve instruction for staff and students in their own district. Topics/discussion will be tailored based on participant attendees thoughts. Let’s get together to have thoughtful conversations to help move our schools forward.
A light breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee. Attendees are encouraged to bring both their best practices and challenges.
Registration is limited to 20 participants, so register ASAP to ensure a seat! NHSTE Premium & Basic members receive advance notice for all professional learning opportunities.
Digital Learning Specialists (Technology Integration Teachers) at the secondary school level
Questions???: For more information or questions about this event please contact:
Tyler Nekton at email@example.com
Thursday, March 19th, 2020
General Registration: $30.00NHSTE Basic (free) Member Registration: $30.00
NHSTE Premium (paid) Member Registration: $25.00
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Cancellations requested by Thursday, March 19th, 2020 will be refunded in full.