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Educational Technicians Working With Students with Challenging Behaviors - Part II (Portland)

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 04:54:11 EST

Topics to be covered include special education and the IEP process, the role and responsibilities of the Educational Technician, implementing accommodations/modifications and supporting students to succeed in the classroom at the elementary, middle and high school levels. NO COST - working lunch included. Follow the link below to register.



Educational Technicians Working With Students with Challenging Behaviors - Part II (Houlton)

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 04:54:35 EST

Topics to be covered include special education and the IEP process, the role and responsibilities of the Educational Technician, implementing accommodations/modifications and supporting students to succeed in the classroom at the elementary, middle and high school levels. NO COST - working lunch included. Follow the link below to register.



Educational Technicians Working With Students with Challenging Behaviors - Part II (Augusta)

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 04:54:54 EST

Topics to be covered include special education and the IEP process, the role and responsibilities of the Educational Technician, implementing accommodations/modifications and supporting students to succeed in the classroom at the elementary, middle and high school levels. NO COST - working lunch included. Follow the link below to register.



Educational Technicians Working With Students with Challenging Behaviors - Part II (Brewer)

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 04:55:14 EST

Topics to be covered include special education and the IEP process, the role and responsibilities of the Educational Technician, implementing accommodations/modifications and supporting students to succeed in the classroom at the elementary, middle and high school levels. NO COST - working lunch included. Follow the link below to register.



MLTI Student Conference

Wed, 15 Feb 2017 11:58:10 EST

Join us in May for the 14th Annual MLTI Student Conference!!! More details coming soon!




MooseTech - Curiosity, Learning, Technology and You!

Wed, 15 Feb 2017 11:32:39 EST

Learning, Technology & You - the 5th Annual MooseTech Day!

Join the DOE Learning through Technology Team, the Apple MLTI PD team and a host of presenters from around the state for an awesome day of learning!

$25 registration includes access to over 80 sessions, morning munchies, lunch and all the caffeine you can handle!

Registration closes March 1, 2017.




Come on - Let's see what you can do!" - The power of providing students real opportunities to apply content knowledge and skills. (And how to get started in a real classroom.)

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 11:47:26 EST

Do you ever wonder how deep your students' learning is? Can they apply what they have learned? In this webinar we'll hear from MARTL Erin Towns of Edward Little High School in Auburn, Maine about how she provides her students with rich opportunities for application of content knowledge and skills, the results she sees from this practice, and the role played by the Apple MLTI devices in this work.

One example of the projects her students are working on is a handbook for new immigrant students. Because it needs to be easy to use and accessible across multiple languages, digital is the way to go, making the Apple MLTI devices key resources. Real need, real work, real evidence of thinking and proficiency, real value added to the school community.

Erin's students are not only able to demonstrate proficiency across multiple content areas, as well as the guiding principles through these projects they are also asked to think deeply about what they have learned as they make use of learning in accomplishing tasks that matter to them and make a difference in their communities. Her students do some of their best work when they know their end product will be used and valued by authentic audiences.

The webinar will begin with looking at why we ask our students to do this kind of work, and go on to help webinar participants think about how they can bring this kind of opportunity to their own students.




Regional Summer Training for Experienced Sponsors - Aroostook County

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:55:41 EST

4.75 hour training for returning Summer Meals sponsors. Annual training is mandatory. Topics covered include updates to program regulations, meal pattern, and paperwork requirements, importance of outreach and marketing, and civil rights.



Farm to School Statewide

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:55:55 EST

Training will be focused on using local products in your food service program. Registration form/info is available on our website; $20 fee.



2017 Tri-State Child Nutrition Conference

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:56:29 EST

The 2017 conference is hosted by Vermont and has a new format. On day one, May 2, we will be offering six longer pre-conference sessions to delve more deeply into important program topics. We are offering ServSafe, CACFP Meal Pattern training, Financial Management for Food Service Directors, Procurement and more as pre-conference workshops. Space is limited so it's important to sign up as soon as registration opens in late March. That day will also provide an opportunity to take the SNA Credentialing Exam.

The day-long conference on May 3 will include a keynote by the BEN Center at Cornell University focusing on techniques and strategies to "Work Smarter, Not Harder". Several workshops are lined up for CACFP, School Meals Programs, Summer Food Service Programs, USDA Foods and more.



Summer Food Service Program Training - Augusta

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:56:41 EST

4 hour training for returning Summer Meals sponsors. Annual training is mandatory. Topics covered include updates to program regulations, meal pattern, and paperwork requirements, importance of outreach and marketing, and civil rights.



Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Training - Augusta

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:56:51 EST

All awardees of the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program grant for the following year must attend.



ServSafe Exam

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:57:02 EST

A $50 payment must be received prior to taking the exam. You must provide #2 pencils and photo ID. Contact Alissa Mank (info below) to register by the 3/22/17 deadline.

If you need to retest, you can do so within 30 days. You must wait at least 60 days for a second retest. Contact us for more information.



ServSafe Class and Exam

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:57:25 EST

Test will be conducted by David Hartley on March 17, 2017 at the Westbrook High School cafeteria. The class will begin at 8am and end around 4pm. The exam will begin around 2 p.m. Please bring a few sharpened #2 pencils and a photo ID (driver's license, etc.) to the class. Payment of $100 is expected prior to the test date.



Regional Summer Training for Experienced Sponsors - Washington County

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:11:21 EST

4.75 hour training for returning Summer Meals sponsors. Annual training is mandatory. Topics covered include updates to program regulations, meal pattern, and paperwork requirements, importance of outreach and marketing, and civil rights.