Four Webinars ~ Four Key Themes

Register Now for Dec 20! Free of Charge to Participants, Co-Sponsored by EdTechTeacher and METAA

This fall EdTechTeacher and the Massachusetts Education Technology Administrators Association (METAA) are partnering to offering a free webinar series entitled Making 1-1 Work for 21st Century Learning. In Massachusetts and across the country, many school districts are increasingly investigating new approaches for creating learning environments where every student has access to a computing device. Even for those schools without plans for investing in tablets or laptops, as students bring their own increasingly powerful mobile devices into the classroom, many schools will become 1-1 in the years ahead with or without administrative support. We have a terrific set of panelist for our upcoming Webinars, so mark your calendars!


Bev Boos
(617) 947-7972

Fall 2011: The Third Tuesday of each month, Oct - Dec at 3pm EST

Making 1-1 Work for 21st Century Learning

In this webinar series, we will host a series of discussions with education leaders from around the country on key issues related to shaping 1-1 learning environments that support the development of key 21st century competencies like critical thinking, complex communication, and new media literacies.

December 20: Assessing 21st century Learning

How can schools build “parallel” assessment systems to measure progress towards 21st century learning goals?

Confirmed Panelists: Ann Ashworth, Associate Director of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Public Secondary Schools; Paul Livingston, Superintendent of the Pawtucket Regional School District; David Whittier, Clinical Associate Professor & Coordinator, Program in Educational Media & Technology, Boston University.

Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Program in Educational Media & Technology

Our series will include three webinars on three key themes:

October 18: Parent/Family Involvement and Support

   November 15: Curriculum and Open Education Resources

December 20: Assessing 21st Century Learning