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Conference iPads in Primary Grades

Auburn is hosting the second Leveraging Learning Institute.  This 3 day event is aimed at Primary Schools using iPads.

We have some money for CSD employees if there is interest from our teachers at BRES.  The registration date is August 22, and it will fill up quickly.  Look this over and let me know if you are committed to going and we will send a team from BRES if possible.

Other schools in the AOS are welcome to register also, but the funding I have access to is for CSD employees.

Hope everyones summer is going well

Shawn

Leveraging Learning Institute

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’s local and national experts will present their progress to date along with their strategies for success. The institute will provide participants with opportunities to network and learn from others. While Auburn’s Advantage 2014 will be a kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 2 implementation in the 2013-14 school year, the Institute is designed to support all elementary iPad implementations.

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THIS YEAR’S DATES: Wednesday Nov. 13 through Friday November 15, 2013

LL2013 Registration will open on Thursday August 22, 2013 at 12:00 noon EST.

Presenters & Resources: Members of Auburn’s Advantage 2014 Leadership Team and other education experts from across the nation.

Registration Cost: The fee of $425 per participant will include all meals from lunch on Wednesday through lunch on Friday, as well as a NEW Pre-Conference Virtual Classroom Visit on Wednesday from 9 AM – 11 AM

Participants: Schools and Districts are encouraged to send teams.

Space: LL2013 will be limited to 150 participants.

See more here.

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