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Maine's Bullying Law and Model Policy Workshop

Tue, 14 Mar 2017 10:06:36 EDT

This three hour workshop is designed for superintendents, principals and "superintendents' designees" who implement Maine's bullying law, policy and procedures in public schools. Provided in the 3 hour session will be an overview of the law and the revised model bullying policy (September 1, 2016); an explanation of the reporting, responding, and remediation procedures of the model policy; guidance on submitting substantiated incidents of bullying through NEO; and directions on how to file the district's policy to the Maine DOE through Survey Monkey. Participants will also have an opportunity to present scenarios to help to further understand the implementation of Maine's law and model policy. There is NO COST, but registration is required. Follow the link below.



Maine's Bullying Law and Model Policy Workshop

Tue, 14 Mar 2017 10:00:41 EDT

This three hour workshop is designed for superintendents, principals and "superintendents' designees" who implement Maine's bullying law, policy and procedures in public schools. Provided in the 3 hour session will be an overview of the law and the revised model bullying policy (September 1, 2016); an explanation of the reporting, responding, and remediation procedures of the model policy; guidance on submitting substantiated incidents of bullying through NEO; and directions on how to file the district's policy to the Maine DOE through Survey Monkey. Participants will also have an opportunity to present scenarios to help to further understand the implementation of Maine's law and model policy. There is NO COST, but registration is required. Follow the link below.



Maine's Bullying Law and Model Policy Workshop

Tue, 14 Mar 2017 10:02:32 EDT

This three hour workshop is designed for superintendents, principals and "superintendents' designees" who implement Maine's bullying law, policy and procedures in public schools. Provided in the 3 hour session will be an overview of the law and the revised model bullying policy (September 1, 2016); an explanation of the reporting, responding, and remediation procedures of the model policy; guidance on submitting substantiated incidents of bullying through NEO; and directions on how to file the district's policy to the Maine DOE through Survey Monkey. Participants will also have an opportunity to present scenarios to help to further understand the implementation of Maine's law and model policy. There is NO COST, but registration is required. Follow the link below.



Maine's Bullying Law and Model Policy Workshop

Tue, 14 Mar 2017 10:03:32 EDT

This three hour workshop is designed for superintendents, principals and "superintendents' designees" who implement Maine's bullying law, policy and procedures in public schools. Provided in the 3 hour session will be an overview of the law and the revised model bullying policy (September 1, 2016); an explanation of the reporting, responding, and remediation procedures of the model policy; guidance on submitting substantiated incidents of bullying through NEO; and directions on how to file the district's policy to the Maine DOE through Survey Monkey. Participants will also have an opportunity to present scenarios to help to further understand the implementation of Maine's law and model policy. There is NO COST, but registration is required. Follow the link below.



Apple MLTI 2017 Spring Regional Meeting

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:07:21 EST

The Apple and DOE MLTI Project Teams invite you to attend the 2017 Spring MLTI Regional Meetings. While the content of these sessions historically have been geared toward technical leads, we are asking anyone who supports MLTI Schools to attend. All meetings will be 8-11 AM. Lunch will not be provided.

Agenda items for this meeting will include:

  • Buy Out Details
  • 2013 End of Cycle
  • iOS
  • macOS
  • Apple TV
  • Apple School Manager
  • Jamf Updates
  • Sales Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions after the meeting.

Individual participant suggestions:

  • MLTI Apple device
  • Power cable




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:16 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:28 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 12:58:08 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session.

If you are interested in attending the morning MLTI Apple Update, you must register separately.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:34 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:46 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:51 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:47:58 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:48:04 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Using Technology and Learning Data to Develop a 21st-Century Learning Environment

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:48:36 EST

The Maine DOE has partnered with BrightBytes to empower 21st-Century skill development and increase the impact technology has on student learning. Please join us for an afternoon of thought leadership, data analysis, and team action planning, hosted by BrightBytes and the Maine DOE. The session will be led by BrightBytes' Client Success Partners, Matt Schneidman and Glen Zollman.

You will leave this session empowered and ready to use the Technology and Learning CASE framework to advocate for resources, support decision-making, and prioritize learning initiatives.

The BrightBytes session is intended for any school personnel, grades 7-12, interested in learning more about how to use their school's data to move goals forward.

Lunch will be provided for those attending this session at 11:00am, with the session starting at 12:00.




Apple MLTI 2017 Spring Regional Meeting

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 15:11:42 EST

The Apple and DOE MLTI Project Teams invite you to attend the 2017 Spring MLTI Regional Meetings. While the content of these sessions historically have been geared toward technical leads, we are asking anyone who supports MLTI Schools to attend. All meetings will be 8-11 AM. Lunch will not be provided.

Agenda items for this meeting will include:

  • Buy Out Details
  • 2013 End of Cycle
  • iOS
  • macOS
  • Apple TV
  • Apple School Manager
  • Jamf Updates
  • Sales Update

The Apple MLTI team will be available to answer questions after the meeting.

Individual participant suggestions:

  • MLTI Apple device
  • Power cable