Webinar Event for Administrators
October
11

Live Online Event Thursday, October 11 From 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET

Lyn Hilt

Naomi Harm

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  • Web tools you need to transform and enhance communication and collaboration in your school community
  • 10 creative strategies you can use to build and support a student-driven STEAM initiative
  • Ideas on where to find funding, how to design a learning space, and creating STEAM projects around real community problems 
  • Online Session 1: 

Free Web Tools for Administrator Communication and Collaboration with Lyn Hilt

2:00 - 2:30 PM ET

As school leaders, it is our responsibility to communicate effectively with all stakeholders, such as students, staff, parents, colleagues, and community members, as well as facilitate collaborative planning and learning efforts among those groups. Using a variety of free, interactive web tools, school leaders can enhance communication and collaboration throughout their organizations. Join us to learn more about tools such as blogs, wikis, Google docs, Twitter, and more. Discover how the use of these tools can transform the way you communicate and collaborate with your school community.

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How to Build and Support STEAM Initiatives in Your Schools with Naomi Harm

3:00 - 3:30 PM ET

In our ever-changing world, many of the jobs that will be available to today's grade-schoolers have not yet been invented. But one thing is certain - the jobs of tomorrow will require creativity and innovation. As author Daniel H. Pink describes, "The future belongs to a different kind of person with a different kind of mind: designers, inventors, teachers, storytellers: creative and empathic right-brain' thinkers whose abilities mark the fault line between who gets ahead and who doesn't." So how will your school build and support a STEAM initiative that is truly student driven? Join Naomi Harm as she shares 10 creative strategies that you can use to bring STEAM to your school, while meeting the needs of today's diverse learners. She will address the following focus areas: setting your STEAM goals, funding, bringing the outside in, building a growth mindset, designing learning spaces, building STEAM projects around real community problems, celebrating STEAM inventors, connecting with mentors, and staying true to the disruptive and innovative nature of the STEAM movement.

  •  Warning: Space is limited for this online event, and registration always fills up quickly, so be sure to sign up now to claim your spot on the registration list. Once you claim your spot, tell a friend to register too.

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Topics covered: K12 policy, classroom technology, school systems, personalized learning, equity, and much more.