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The Connected Educator Technology Symposiums



The Innovative Educator Consulting team believes that new, innovative forms of teacher professional development are the cornerstone to building teacher capacity in the 21st century. To excite the next generation of students, we are offering educators and administrators from all sectors a unique opportunity to re-envision your curriculum with transformative technology integration best practices. At this time, we are personally inviting you and your district team members to the summer technology events of the "The Connected Educator Technology Symposiums.”  (Scan the QR Code to the left for all the technology symposium event details and you can share the QR Code with your colleagues!)


LOCATIONS AND DATES: 

This year, we have three Wisconsin locations and three different time-frames to choose from to best meet your scheduling and traveling needs. 

Register for any of the events through this link: http://naomiharm.org




Click on anyone of the event titles listed above to gain access to the e-brochure, workshop titles, descriptions, cost for the events and online registration access through http://naomiharm.org Up to three graduate credits will be made available at each of these technology events this year. 

QUESTIONS: Please feel free to contact Naomi Harm, “The Connected Educator Technology Symposiums” events coordinator, and she will assist you with questions you may have about the upcoming technology events. 

Twitter: nharm 
Cell: 608-386-2018 
Home/Business: 507-750-0506 

We hope you can join us for three fun-filled days of inspired technology integration teaching and learning!

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