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Wednesday, July 29 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Transforming Teaching, Leading & Learning in the Digital Age FILLING

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How can you embrace and embed technology to ensure that it is truly transformational on teaching and learning? Learn how to utilize social media and digital technology to communicate and collaborate. Explore the essential elements of distributed leadership, continual professional development and redefining teaching and learning through Professional Learning Communities and Personal Learning Networks. See how these tools can impact student achievement and transform your school learning environment in a digital age.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Hickle

Sarah Hickle

Assistant Principal, Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation
Sarah is a veteran member of the Penn staff and serves as the teacher leader for the Health and Human Services Academy. Her leadership has supported teachers in the use of literacy, common formative and summative assessments, differentiated instruction, and response to intervention. She is one of a handful of teacher leaders responsible for the transformation of Penn High School into one of the highest performing high schools in the midwest... Read More →
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Duke Lines

Associate Principal, Penn-Harris-Madison Sch Corp
Duke has been the Associate Principal at Penn High School for the past three years and a staff member for the past seven years working as a social studies teacher, PLC leader, instructional coach, and dean of students. He has served as an integral member of a leadership team that has seen the transformation of a comprehensive high school with average results to a system of Smaller Learning Communities (SLCs) and Professional Learning... Read More →


Wednesday July 29, 2015 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 174 174 Indiana Avenue

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