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We are pleased to announce the MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2016 Annual Technology Conference, co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). Both organizations recognize the benefits of a collaborative partnership that focuses on the collective interests of our school districts.  We will be providing educators from across the Commonwealth and New England with exciting ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.  
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Thursday, October 20 • 10:00am - 10:55am
Unlocking the HS environment

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Juniors and seniors are often forgotten in the technology smorgasbord, especially when purchasing decisions are made on the basis of low cost and convenience. Yet transition to higher education online environments for juniors and seniors is essential. Learn about the development of online environments in AP and Honors courses for juniors and seniors. Get answers to the essential question, "What can we achieve online that we cannot achieve as fully in a traditional classroom?" See a demonstration version of a model online AP Chemistry course actually used in a Massachusetts high school. 

  • Hands on - bring your laptop. 

Focus on online learning for high school juniors and seniors. Learn why some popular online systems are not sufficient for transition to higher education. Enroll in a demonstration version of a model online AP Chemistry course. Hands-on session. Bring your laptop.

High schools sometimes need to open the traditional environment that limits online skill development for juniors and seniors. The smorgasbord of devices and apps often prevents the very flexibility that is intended. Learn how to unlock many barriers with minimal cost and without disruptive changes.

Interactive: Online demonstrations including free registration in an online community following the conference.

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The Learning Curve Consortium

The Learning Curve is a consortium of twenty-five Massachusetts school districts. Our mission is to empower schools and teachers to develop and implement a comprehensive e-learning solution. The focus for 2016-2017 is the transition to higher education online learning environments for high school juniors and seniors.

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Romeo Marquis

Founder, The Learning Curve Consortium
Former chemistry teacher, high school principal, associate dean for academic technology and distance education. Focus on professional development and college to career readiness in online learning.

Thursday October 20, 2016 10:00am - 10:55am
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