The theme for this year's symposium is "The Integration of Mobile Devices and the Benefits of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)." The keynote speaker, Elizabeth Wood, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Curriculum and Learning at Shenendehowa School District in Shenendehowa, N.Y., will share how her district, which consists of eight elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school, has successfully implemented BYOD. Guiding participants through the planning process, Woods will facilitate the implementation of the tools, strategies, and techniques introduced throughout the day in breakout sessions. The focus of these sessions will include BYOD in the 21st century classroom, assistive and interactive technology, online assessment tools, engaging iPad apps for all levels, student /teacher blogging, creative BYOD opportunities in the arts, and copyright laws and integrity in a new age of technology.
The event includes continental breakfast, lunch, keynote address, and two breakout sessions at a cost of $75. Past presenters have included educators, superintendents, and community members from Arlington Memorial High School, Bennington Early Childhood Center, Burr & Burton Academy, Happy Days Playschool, Long Trail School, Maple Street School, Mountain School at Winhall, Mt. Anthony Middle and High Schools, Merck Forest, Rosie's Girls, and Stratton Moun tain School.
For further information about attending the symposium, contact Joy Stewart at Maple Street School at (802) 362-7137 or email@example.com.