Professional Development News

Supper & Strategies –
Last week, I was honored to present at one of our Supper & Strategies events in our district. Our curriculum director is hosting these once a month. Teachers are welcome to come and learn about an assigned topic, and she feeds everyone as a bonus! We all know how much teachers love food so it’s been a hit! February’s topic focused on Web 2.0. The website that I shared with teachers has a ton of Web 2.0 resources listed and the LiveBinder presentation focuses on the specific 30 sites that I shared with the group. I hope you find it helpful!

Northeastern Wisconsin Teachers — Mark Your Calendars!
The annual Summer Instructional Technology Academy (SITA) will be held from July 29th – August 1st at West De Pere High School. Bayport usually hosts this conference, but it will be in West De Pere this year! You can always find the latest news about SITA on the EWITC website or the EWITC Facebook Page. Sign up for email updates so the information gets sent right to your inbox! This professional development opportunity is FREE to all members of the consortium! I am so excited for another awesome week of learning!

Wisconsin edCamps News!

  • The 2nd Annual edCamp Green Bay will be held on October 19th at Denmark High School. If you aren’t sure what an edCamp is, watch this video to find out more information.
  • edCamp Milwaukee will be held on Saturday, May 11th. The registration is open, and I won’t be surprised if it closes very quickly! edCamps are always FREE and a ton of fun!

If you have any questions about any of these professional development opportunities, please let me know.


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