These are some of the most recent Professional Development sessions/workshops that I’ve had the pleasure to conduct. For more information, use the Contact Me page.
Sign up now for the 3-credit graduate “Ipads in Education” on-line course through Eduspire. You will earn 3 graduate credits toward your higher learning through Wilson College. The course not only offers the 3 graduate credits, but also gives you a free Ipad. Sign up now for the 2017 Summer classes. I am teaching a class starting in the middle of June and another class starting in July 5th.
I will be judging for the PA Governor’s STEM competition and the KNEX STEM Design Challenge held at the Tuscarora Intermediate Unit for two days in March 2017. This annual event highlights both High School and Middle School students.
I will be participating in the “Reaching Today’s Learners” conference at the Tuscarora Intermediate Unit (IU 11) on December 16, 2016 to Administrators and Technology Practicers.
Now you can take the graduate Ipad in Education course through Eduspire on-line. You will still earn 3 graduate credits toward your higher learning but it is now through Wilson College. The course not only offers the 3 graduate credits, but also gives you a free Ipad. Sign up now for the 2016 Fall classes. I am teaching a class starting in October and another class starting in November.
I am pleased to once again present at the annual IUP Family and Consumer Sciences Professional Development Workshop on August 3, 2016. I hope to encourage them to try new technology into their lessons.
I am excited to be a sponsor and a judge for the two-day PA Computer Fair at Dickinson College again this year. This annual event held in May highlights both High School and Middle School student’s application skills and computer knowledge.
On April 26, 2016, I will conduct a Professional Development workshop on Ipads at Radnor Township School District. The training will be provided to show best practices of using screencasting apps (Educreations) to aid in flipping classroom instruction.
I am excited to be a judge for the Regional PA Computer Fair at the Lincoln Intermediate Unit on March 4, 2016. This annual event highlights both High School and Middle School student’s application skills and computer knowledge.
It’s that time of year again. Time for the PETE&C conference. I’m already looking forward to seeing lots of folks from past classes. I will be co-presenting on monday afternoon at 3:45 a session called “Before You Buy A Single Device, Hear THIS!” I hope to see you at the conference.
I will serve on a panel discussion for the PA Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP) on January 15, 2016. Now in its 17th year, the Fellowship Program has been a huge success for building leaders in Education.