Technology in an Ecosystem that Demands Greater Access
Sign up by September 30 – $100
After September 30 – $125
Can’t attend on these dates? No problem, a digital copy is available for $89.
Register for the conference here.
Friday, October 16
Iditarod EDU Fireside Chat
2 – 4 p.m. Alaska Time
IditaRead digital mapping update: We are almost there!
Husky Talk: podcasts for students.
Iditarod EDU monthly: up-to-date information on a multimedia platform.
EDU quilt gone virtual: a new twist to an old tradition.
K9’s are back!: Our K9 reporters hit the trail with new stories to BARK about.
Who’s next: Iditarod Teacher on the Trail™ update.
Saturday, October 17
Technology in an Ecosystem That Demands Greater Access
8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Alaska Time
Jim Deprez, Ohio 2021 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail Teaching on purpose.
|Kelly Villar, New Hampshire 2020 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail Explains how to create Idita-lessons on Seesaw software.|
|Jen Reiter, Maryland 2014 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail Talks about how mobile technologies can add a new dimension to activating learning opportunities.||Aliy Zirkle, Two Rivers, Alaska One of Iditarod’s leading figures is headed to the classroom! Shares her latest project, Husky Homeroom from SP Kennel.|
For more information, contact Jane Holmes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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