“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.” - Jon Kabat-Zinn

Participate in workshops on current technology tools that will assist you in transforming your classroom or school to meet the needs of today’s learner.

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Cost of 2-day conference: $25
This includes breakfast and lunch each day
plus over 70 unique sessions to choose from.

LSC staff: no charge - fee has been covered by grant.

Personal Growth Points:
Earn up to 12 PGP points to use toward license renewal.

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We are exctied to bring a regional conference to Lafayette. Follow the planning on Brett's Blog.

Pleased to be a part of the Summer of E-Learning Conference Series sponsored by the Indiana Department of Education.

Questions? Contact Rita Shultz, Software Specialist, Lafayette School Corporation or Brett Gruetzmacher, Principal, Tecumseh Junior High School

 

 


Lafayette School Corporation is proud to invite you to the
Regional Summer of eLearning Conference ~

Glenda Ritz _ Welcome
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction

Glenda Ritz is a champion for educators in the state house as Indiana's Superintendent of Public Instruction. She will be welcoming the you to the conference, please join us as we welcome her to Lafayette.

Tuesday, June 18
8:30 am
Sue Jones Memorial Library
Lafayette Tecumseh Junior High School

   

Chris Wejr _ Keynote
Principal, Kent Elementary School, Agassiz, BC
Author: The Wejr Board, Educational Blog and Insights

Windows of Change: How Connected Educators are Sharing and Driving Real Reform

REAL change is happening NOW in education… but not through top-down policies and pressure. Through social media and the networking of passionate educators from around the world, we are seeing REAL education reform from the ground up. Technology has given educators a window into other classrooms and environments to borrow, build upon, and share innovative ideas to drive educational change. We are currently going through one of the most exciting and challenging times in education. Change starts with a single step and technology can help us navigate these exciting and challenging steps together.

Chris Wejr will share powerful stories of real educators creating change that benefits both professional and student teaching and learning. Although technology can help, it is only the educators that can truly make education reform a reality.

Tuesday, June 18
9:00 am
Sue Jones Memorial Library
Lafayette Tecumseh Junior High School

Featured Presenters

 

Nick Provenzano
The Nerdy Teacher
High School English Teacher
Livonia, Michigan

  Brett Clark
Technology Director
Greater Clark School Corporation
Jeffersonville, Indiana