Recently, I was speaking with a technology integration specialist (TIS) whose position is new for her district. Her goal is to make it the norm for “teachers to be able to request TIS services for 1:1 coaching with any device or app or curriculum activity”. She is working to make both herself and the purpose of her position known, while generating ideas and trainings for teachers where technology-use lacks right now. Continue reading “7 Tips for Making Technology Integration More Human”
I am thrilled to be selected to present at the NSPRA 2017 National Seminar – Communicate, Collaborate, Connect!
My presentation is “Working with the Local Cable Television Station – A School District’s Perspective”. Below is a brief description
Working with the local cable channels, school districts are reaching out not only to students and parents, but to staff and community members as well. The local education channel is keeping citizens tuned-in and informed about schools and their programs. Included: TV programs produced by districts in Massachusetts.
The annual National School Public Relations Association seminar will be in San Antonio, Texas from July 9-12, 2017
Social Media such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are here to stay. Join Anne-Marie Fiore, Dr. Linda Hirsch and Dr. Matthew Beyranevand to learn how you can manage these professionally in your district, school, or classroom. Participants will introduced to the use of social media to promote professional learning networks, a district perspective, and how to promote academics.
Using Social Media in the Chelmsford Public Schools
- Professional Use
- Pro Social Use
- District Perspective
- Promoting Academics
Leading Future Learning, Holy Cross, March 11, 2016
- Dr. Linda Hirsch, Assistant Superintendent of Schools @Dr_Hirsch
- Anne-Marie Fiore, Executive Director of Technology and Information @Chelmstech
- Dr. Matthew Beyranevand, Department Coordinator of Mathematics and Science, @Dr_Beyranevand & @MathwithMatthew