Motivating Underachieving Students – Workshop Resources

Are you frustrated at the challenge of working with underachieving and unmotivated students? What motivates them to learn? What can we do to improve the situation?

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Getting Started with Proficiency-based Learning – Session Resources

MooseTech 2018 & WMEC Rendezvous 2018 Session sponsored by GEAR UP Maine. Getting Started with Proficiency-based Learning New to Proficiency-based Learning? Or been at it a while, but feel like you aren’t sure how to make better progress? This session will

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Micro-credentials 101 – Session Resources

MooseTech2018 – Session sponsored by GEAR UP Maine. What’s all the fuss about micro-credentials and digital badging? What are they and how do I earn them? What do they have to do with professional development? Is anyone using them in education

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Engaging Students Living in Rural Poverty – Resources

Finding ways to engage students is hard enough, but teaching rural students can add extra layers of challenges. And yet, some teachers are enormously successful reaching these students. What are their secrets?

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Proficiency-based Professional Learning – Webinar Resources

How might we best support our teachers as we work to implement new initiatives with fidelity? There seem to be too many initiatives, too few workshop days, and too few instructional coaches/technology integrators. And we don’t just want teachers attending workshops, we want them to feel supported as they go back to their classrooms and work to implement our initiatives well.

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Technology in Maine – Session Resources

That is the state of education technology in Maine? What is popular? What are the pitfalls to avoid? What do we need? What gets in our way of getting there?

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Keeping Learning First – Resources

The true power of technology is not in learning to use it, but rather using it to learn. The device (by itself) isn’t the magic, all the ways students can learn with it is! Don’t be a district that puts the device first. Put the learning first.

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