Registration

    • October 02, 2018
    • October 27, 2018

    Submit your proposal by using the form below or link to the full form:

    Agents of CHANGE proposal form link


    • November 27, 2018
    • November 29, 2018
    • Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH


    Registration link is now OPEN

    Keynotes: Ginger Lewman, Tom Murray & Jennie Magiera

    Spotlight Speaker: Cathy Collins

    Collaboratory Makerspace Returns!

    Amazing sessions being offered include:

    Leading the Way Toward Innovation: Digital Age Librarians ~ Cathy Collins, Library Media Specialist, Sharon Public Schools

    Supporting K-6 Digital Media Competencies ~ Susan Sabella

    Blind Them with Library Science: Making research-driven decisions ~ Pam Harland

    Confessions of a One-Day-A-Week Librarian ~ Laura Thomas

    Using Picture Books to Encourage Children's Interest in STEM ~ Laurie Wallmark & Jennifer Swanson

    Social Media Credit Score: The Hidden Risks & Benefits for Students ~ Eric Butash

    Personalized Professional Learning-Anytime! Anywhere! ~ Holly Doe

    Project Based Learning in the Library ~ Robin Scott

    Genre-fy Your Collection: A School's Journey & the Research Behind It ~ Rachel Small & Pamela Harland

    Amplifying Student Voice through Social Media ~ Jennie Magiera, Keynote Speaker

    Create Your Own Online Bookchat - Craig Sheil & Jessica Gilcreast

    All Systems Go: Empowering Co-Workers to Create Meaningful Learning ~ Karen Desjadon & Neil Leavis

    Space Innovations: Creating Powerful Learning Spaces ~ Pam Harland

    Makerspaces Unleashed ~ Cathy Collins, Spotlight Speaker

    Inquiring Minds...Love Dialogue & Feedback ~ Karen Desjadon & Susan Wakelin

    Show Me The $$$! Writing and Winning Successful Grants ~ Ethel Gaides & Kiley Kapp

    Library Boot Camp: Pumping up Student Energy and Autonomy ~ Laurie Williams

    Sketchnoting and Doodling: Full STEAM AHEAD ~ Karen Desjadon

    Trump as Jefferson, had Jefferson Used Twitter " and Other #DigHist ~ Ray Palin

    Addressing the Whole Child: Social Emotional Learning with Coding & Digital ~ Rita Oakes

    Move to the Head of the Class with Google Classroom ~ Edith Fogarty

    PBL in the form of Webquest ~ Mallory Higgins

    QR Codes, Stations, Centers, and more! ~ Susan Tuttle

    Helping Students Overcome Their Biggest Nonfiction Writing Roadblocks ~Melissa Stewart

    Integrated STEAM Education ~ Laura Thomas

    Fun with Forms ~ Jenifer Hollander

    Technology to Support Competency & Achievement ~ Mike Muir

    Developing Student Technology Leaders Through GenYES ~ Kathryn Liston

    I Used to Teach, But Now I Coach ~ Nicole Cassamassino & Lindsay Bucknam

    Breaking Barriers ~ Julie Spang & Caitlyn Morris

    Planning your time for Projects ~ Melissa Jellison & Jeannine LaBounty

    Personalized Professional Learning with Micro-credentials ~ Mike Muir

    Extreme UDL Makeover ~ Julie Spang

    Pelham's Path to Personalization ~ Holly Doe

    Relevance while facing Reality: Student Voice in School Violence Dialogue ~ Ruth Ellen Vaughn & Betsy Jacobsen

    K-5 Deep Dive: CS Standards ~ Heather Drolet

    QRIt! The Trail Project ~ Mary Cantlin

    Show Students the World with Tour Builder ~ Edith Fogarty

    A Learner with Agency is a Learner Who is Future Ready ~ Kathleen McClaskey

    Invention Education & Youth Innovation: School Invention Conventions ~ Nicole Bellabona & Laura Vittorioso

    Google Apps & the Performing Ensembles ~ Helfried Zrzavy & James Wickham

    Instructional Technology Coaching ~ Matthew Joseph & Erin Fisher

    Keeping Learning First - Leadership for Education Technology ~ Mike Muir

    Citizen Science: Authentic data in the classroom ~ Kimberly Scantlebury

    Flatten Your Classroom: Knock Down the Walls of Your Classroom ~ Kara Wilkins

    Crowdfunding your classroom needs using Donors Choose ~ Joanna Marcotte

    A Rubric For District Robotics Success: A Buyer's Guide & Hands On Guide ~ Kathleen Dasho & Daniel Downs

    Building Your Data & Privacy Toolkit ~ Holly Doe & Lee Despres

    The Joy of Add-Ons ~ Christina Swenson

    #GoogleAddict 3.0 ~ Craig Sheil & Kerri Lunn

    Nineteen for '19: Tools, Trends, & Techniques to Inspire & Motivate ~ Maureen Yoder

    Meet Them Where They Are: Using Technology to Help Struggling Learners ~ Kara Wilkins

    Unlocking 17th Century Ideas with 21st Century Skills ~ Kristen Sullivan & Jessica Parent

    Social Emotional Learning: Where to Find It, How to Fund It ~ Rita Oates & Wendy Weiler

    Text to Tech ~ Helen Kelley & Dianne Maguire

    A Professional Development & Technology Integration Framework That Works ~ Todd MacDonald & Joel Handler

    Student Portfolios using Google Sites ~ Edith Fogarty

    Skills for Innovative Leadership ~ Matthew Joseph

    Digital Citizenship ~ A Successful District Approach ~ Tom Plati & Chris Henry

    Google Sites for Beginners ~ Christina Swenson

    Google the WHOLE school: unlock the Unified Arts and the rest of the school ~ Jonathan Reed & Kirk Romein

    So What is a Blockchain? ~ Bill McGonigle


    Learn more at NHCMTC.org


    • March 07, 2019
    • March 08, 2019
    • Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

    NHSLMA Spring Conference Returns

    March 7 & 8, 2019

    Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

    Save the Date!

    • March 07, 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • March 08, 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Grappone Center, Concord NH
    Register
    NHSLMA Spring Conference

    Agents of Change: Taking a Closer Look at Our Practice

    March 7th & 8th, 2019

    $ 550 Exhibitor Registration includes: 

     
    • One 6', draped table (due to near full capacity, exhibitors will now be in the hallway of the venue)
    • One lunch each day
    • FREE wifi
    • Prominent advertising for your company/organization on our website
    • Face-to-face marketing opportunities  
    • A list of attendees provided to you

    $ 1,500 Premium Sponsor Registration includes:  

    • Sponsorship of our Thursday night social event.
    • Featured advertising for your company on ALL conference materials.
    • Two 6', draped tables
    • Two lunches each day
    • FREE wifi
    • Prominent advertising for your company/organization on our website
    • Face-to-face marketing opportunities  
    • A list of attendees provided to you

    $ 1,000 Sponsor Registration includes:  

    • One breakout session daily in the Capital room, 50 seat capacity.
    • Prominent advertising for your company/organization on our website
    • One 6', draped table
    • Two lunches each day
    • FREE wifi
    • Prominent advertising for your company/organization on our website
    • Face-to-face marketing opportunities  
    • A list of attendees provided to you

    Questions?  Please contact Karen Abraham at kabraham@laconiaschools.org or (603) 524-3350 x4023.

    Need to book a hotel room? Our conference rate is $129 plus tax per night. Use conference code NHSC to receive the discounted rate. 

    COURTYARD CONCORD ~ 70 Constitution Avenue, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 ~ 603-225-0303

     

     

     

     

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