Technology and Learning Events

#DigCit4ME Challenge and Workshops - Fort Kent

The Maine Department of Education will be facilitating a series of opportunities for educators to participate in professional learning related to digital citizenship, as well as interacting in the digital world in healthy and safe ways. 

  • Part one of the series is an online game, which is called the #DigCit4ME Challenge. Only participants who register for part two of the series (the in-person workshop) will be able to play the game. The game serves as a prerequisite to the workshop.
  • Part two of the series is an in-person workshop, which is open to all educators to attend. Educators are encouraged to attend in school teams. There are a number of opportunities to attend a workshop in January. More information is below.
  • Part three of the series is an opportunity for health education and physical education educators to engage in this learning at the spring Health/Physical Education Conference.

In-person workshops

In January, there will be in-person regional #DigCit4ME Workshops. Participants will develop a better understanding of the Cross-Curricular Framework for Digital Citizenship from Common Sense Media and the connection to the Maine Learning Results Health Education and Physical Education standards and content areas. Educators will be able to create relevant learning experiences for students to help them incorporate this knowledge and these skills into their daily lives.

Draft Agenda

9:00am – Welcome and Introductions

9:30am – Digital Citizenship Framework from Common Sense Media with Maine’s Health Education and Physical Education Standards

10:30am – Resources to build educator knowledge, to share with families, to use in classrooms

12:00pm – Lunch

12:45pm – Goals and expectations for afternoon

1:15pm – Planning time in small groups

2:45pm – Sharing time

3:05pm – Announcements and directions to continue with online game

3:30pm - End


Hosted by: Amanda Nguyen
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): January 25, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: University of Maine at Fort Kent
Register Now
Technology
#DigCit4ME Challenge and Workshops - East Machias

The Maine Department of Education will be facilitating a series of opportunities for educators to participate in professional learning related to digital citizenship, as well as interacting in the digital world in healthy and safe ways. 

  • Part one of the series is an online game, which is called the #DigCit4ME Challenge. Only participants who register for part two of the series (the in-person workshop) will be able to play the game. The game serves as a prerequisite to the workshop.
  • Part two of the series is an in-person workshop, which is open to all educators to attend. Educators are encouraged to attend in school teams. There are a number of opportunities to attend a workshop in January. More information is below.
  • Part three of the series is an opportunity for health education and physical education educators to engage in this learning at the spring Health/Physical Education Conference.

In-person workshops

In January, there will be in-person regional #DigCit4ME Workshops. Participants will develop a better understanding of the Cross-Curricular Framework for Digital Citizenship from Common Sense Media and the connection to the Maine Learning Results Health Education and Physical Education standards and content areas. Educators will be able to create relevant learning experiences for students to help them incorporate this knowledge and these skills into their daily lives.

Draft Agenda

9:00am – Welcome and Introductions

9:30am – Digital Citizenship Framework from Common Sense Media with Maine’s Health Education and Physical Education Standards

10:30am – Resources to build educator knowledge, to share with families, to use in classrooms

12:00pm – Lunch

12:45pm – Goals and expectations for afternoon

1:15pm – Planning time in small groups

2:45pm – Sharing time

3:05pm – Announcements and directions to continue with online game

3:30pm - End


Hosted by: Amanda Nguyen
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): January 29, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Washington Academy
Register Now
Technology
#DigCit4ME Challenge and Workshops - Bangor

The Maine Department of Education will be facilitating a series of opportunities for educators to participate in professional learning related to digital citizenship, as well as interacting in the digital world in healthy and safe ways. 

  • Part one of the series is an online game, which is called the #DigCit4ME Challenge. Only participants who register for part two of the series (the in-person workshop) will be able to play the game. The game serves as a prerequisite to the workshop.
  • Part two of the series is an in-person workshop, which is open to all educators to attend. Educators are encouraged to attend in school teams. There are a number of opportunities to attend a workshop in January. More information is below.
  • Part three of the series is an opportunity for health education and physical education educators to engage in this learning at the spring Health/Physical Education Conference.

In-person workshops

In January, there will be in-person regional #DigCit4ME Workshops. Participants will develop a better understanding of the Cross-Curricular Framework for Digital Citizenship from Common Sense Media and the connection to the Maine Learning Results Health Education and Physical Education standards and content areas. Educators will be able to create relevant learning experiences for students to help them incorporate this knowledge and these skills into their daily lives.

Draft Agenda

9:00am – Welcome and Introductions

9:30am – Digital Citizenship Framework from Common Sense Media with Maine’s Health Education and Physical Education Standards

10:30am – Resources to build educator knowledge, to share with families, to use in classrooms

12:00pm – Lunch

12:45pm – Goals and expectations for afternoon

1:15pm – Planning time in small groups

2:45pm – Sharing time

3:05pm – Announcements and directions to continue with online game

3:30pm - End


Hosted by: Amanda Nguyen
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): January 30, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Husson CollegeCenter for Family Business 1 College Circle Bangor, ME 04401
Register Now
Technology
#DigCit4ME Challenge and Workshops - South Portland

The Maine Department of Education will be facilitating a series of opportunities for educators to participate in professional learning related to digital citizenship, as well as interacting in the digital world in healthy and safe ways.

· Part one of the series is an online game, which is called the #DigCit4ME Challenge. Only participants who register for part two of the series (the in-person workshop) will be able to play the game. The game serves as a prerequisite to the workshop.

· Part two of the series is an in-person workshop, which is open to all educators to attend. Educators are encouraged to attend in school teams. There are a number of opportunities to attend a workshop in January. More information is below.

· Part three of the series is an opportunity for health education and physical education educators to engage in this learning at the spring Health/Physical Education Conference.

In-person workshops

In January, there will be in-person regional #DigCit4ME Workshops. Participants will develop a better understanding of the Cross-Curricular Framework for Digital Citizenship from Common Sense Media and the connection to the Maine Learning Results Health Education and Physical Education standards and content areas. Educators will be able to create relevant learning experiences for students to help them incorporate this knowledge and these skills into their daily lives.

Draft Agenda

9:00am – Welcome and Introductions
9:30am – Digital Citizenship Framework from Common Sense Media with Maine’s Health Education and Physical Education Standards
10:30am – Resources to build educator knowledge, to share with families, to use in classrooms
12:00pm – Lunch
12:45pm – Goals and expectations for afternoon
1:15pm – Planning time in small groups
2:45pm – Sharing time
3:05pm – Announcements and directions to continue with online game
3:30pm - End


Hosted by: Amanda Nguyen
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): January 31, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: South Portland High School637 Highland AveSouth Portland ME 04106
Register Now
Student Conference

Student Conference is scheduled for Thursday, May 23, 2019.
Check Back for updated Student Conference 2019 Event info!


Hosted by:
Special Presenter:

Cost: Free

Date(s): May 23, 2019 - May 24, 2019


Location: University of Maine
No Registration Required

Contact

MLTI Project Office
mlti.project@maine.gov
207-624-6746