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MLTI Principal Webinar Series

Date: March 22, 2010

Facilitator(s): Chris Toy

Location:
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Registration Information


MLTI is pleased to announce a five-part webinar series aimed at bringing MLTI principals together for lively and informative conversations about what works and how the challenges of implementing, sustaining, and moving 1:1 ahead in their schools. Research and experience from the field has established the absolute importance of strong, collaborative, visionary leadership when implementing school change.

The series will be hosted by former Freeport Middle School Principal and DOE/MLTI Consultant, Chris Toy. A number of special guests including project directors, school principals, as well as district and statewide technology integrators will co-host each webinar with him.

These once a month webinars are scheduled for 4:00 PM on the last Tuesday of each month (June being the exception due to the end of the school year). Each one hour session will be recorded and made available, along with downloadable resources for those who cannot attend all the live sessions.

-February 23: The Principal's Role in Creating Management and Policies
-March 30: The Principal's Role in Modeling, Pushing, and Supporting Visionary Change
-April 27: The Principal's Role in Identifying 21st Century Learning and Advocating for It
-May 25: The Principal and Educational Technology Leader Team's Role in Teaching and Learning
-June 22: The Principal's Role in Defining and Supporting Digital Citizenship for All Stakeholders


To register for a session, please select the Registration Information link above or click here.

For more information on content, please contact Chris Toy at christoy.net@gmail.com. If you have questions about registration, please contact Juanita Dickson at juanita.dickson@maine.gov.

Thank you
The MLTI Team






 

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