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Tech Event

1 to 1 iPad Implementation

Learn what worked—and what didn't—from these two successful pilot programs.

Scholastic Administrator is pleased to invite you to an exclusive education leadership event at Scholastic's New York headquarters in SoHo.

Be a part of this special opportunity to come together to share ideas, find out about the latest technology, and discover what your peers are accomplishing.

Join us on August 18 as Roslyn superintendent Dan Brenner and Plainedge superintendent Edward Salina Jr. explain how their iPad pilot went from a small trial to the front page of the New York Times while garnering their Long Island districts international attention. Learn how they set up the experiment, what they discovered, and why they will be expanding it this year.

Please RSVP to SPM@Scholastic.com as soon as possible, as space is limited.

WHEN: August 18, 2011
WHERE: Scholastic, 557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
TIME: 9:30AM–2:00PM

Cost: FREE

Closest subways: N/R to Prince St.; 6 to Spring St., B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette.
Public parking garages located nearby at 224 Mulberry St. and 75 Kenmare St.

Attend the event for a chance to win several raffle prizes including an iPad and Scholastic classroom library!

For information on future events, please contact Jenna Bryerman, (212) 343-6205, JBryerman@scholastic.com

Dan Brenner
 

Dan Brenner, Roslyn (L.I.) school district superintendent, not only introduced the hottest gadget-the iPad-into his classrooms, but he saved money, created a paperless environment, and landed on the front page of the New York Times at the same time. Find out how he trained teachers and students to make this pilot a success.

Edward Salina
 

Edward Salina Jr., Plainedge (L.I.) school district superintendent, will help explain how Roslyn overcame teachers' apprehension, why the district is expanding the pilot this year, and what his future plans for his district.

 

 


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