Interested in understanding more about educational innovation, and hearing about this from many of our own educators in our Massachusetts districts? You are invited to The LearnLaunch Across Boundaries Conference, on Feb 1-2, 2018 at the Boston, Hynes Convention Center. This conference, now in its 6th year, brings together the edtech community – from New England and beyond – interested in driving innovation to transform learning and increase achievement using digital technologies. Educators, administrators, entrepreneurs, tech innovators and more are coming together to authentically learn, educate others, and discuss the burning questions of the day.
Sessions of special interest for Educators:
- Learning Innovation Showcase (20+ MA school teams of students with their teacher)
- What is the Research Saying about Personalized Learning?
- Transforming School Culture
- Superintendent's Hot Seat
- Social Emotional Learning and Innovation
- Developing the Teachers and Leaders Needed to Change K-12 Education
What school committee members are saying about this event:
"As a member of the Carlisle School Committee, I found the LearnLaunch Conference to be an effective way to see the innovations happening in Massachusetts school districts. I could bring the learning back to our community"
- Melissa Sampson McMorrow, Carlisle School Committee member
Learn more here and take advantage of the special MAPLE Consortium rate using this link.
The Massachusetts Personalized Learning Edtech (MAPLE) Consortium is a concerted effort to further the growth of personalized learning in K-12 public schools in the Commonwealth to enable all Massachusetts students to be ready for college and career. MAPLE is a partnership between the LearnLaunch Institute and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to create this public-private consortium which is aligned with the Department's strategic priorities. MAPLE's mission is to accelerate and scale personalized learning throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, enabled by technology. MAPLE currently includes 36 districts in Massachusetts.