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Last Meeting, May 25th - What We Learned this Year!

posted Apr 26, 2017, 5:15 PM by Masscue Blsig
Hello everyone,

Wow can't believe it is mid-April already.  This has been quite a busy year for our members and we have learned so much together! The launch of MAPLE, school Learning tours and conferences: MassCUE, iNACOL, LearnLaunch, Future Ready, METAA all contributed to our collective knowledge and growth this year.

Our last meeting of the year will be on Thursday, May 25th from 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM in Westford, MA.

The Presentation Topic: “What We Learned This Year about Blended/Personalized Learning and What We Still Want to Know” This will give us an opportunity to share the best of what we learned with each other! Presenters have 15-20 minutes to share what they learned and what they applied in their school or district this year.  If you want to present please indicate on the signup what the topic is and what you will share out with the group.

Here is the link to the AGENDA, with the Signups to participate and/or present and Upcoming Calendar of Events:

Other News:

  1. The MassCUE Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning Program  - Cohort 2 will run this summer in a new revised format!  The dates are July 11-13 and July 26-27 2017 from 8 AM - 3:30 PM each day  There will also be a 3 hour orientation on May 23rd.  Location for July classes will be Natick High School.  There is still some room if you are interested in bringing your school leadership team. Contact Grace: if you are interested in joining us!

  2. Join MAPLE as a member district.  Note: The first cohort of Catalyst Members is now closed, but MAPLE is accepting general members on a rolling admissions basis. There is no fee to join and this membership gives you access to MAPLE events.

  3. OETC and Friday Institute Leading Schools Summer Summit, August 1-3. This is an exciting follow up for schools who have taken the Leadership in Blended and Digital Learning Program to get more support and PD from those who are engaged in this work in their schools. MAPLE districts and member schools are invited to attend.  This is an event for principals and assistant principals.

I hope to see as many of you as possible for our last meeting!