2011 Fall

September 26th, 2012

MLTI – The Next Stage: Designing Classrooms for Learning Beyond School Walls

The 2011 Fall Meetings will best benefit Teachers and Tech Integrators, although Principals, Assistant Principals, Curriculum Coordinators, Librarians and Tech Leads are welcome to participate. Participants will answer the question: How can we help learners work efficiently, effectively, and ethically in our digital world and learn from each other using social media and social environments?

Participants will:

  • Understand the role of social media in the world of students today;
  • See how to leverage some forms of social media as learning tools and environments;
  • Learn techniques for shaping the classroom experience using technology;
  • Learn techniques for projecting learning spaces beyond the confines of the classroom;
  • Learn exemplary technology-based assessment practices.


8:00 – Coffee and connectivity. Notebook distribution
8:30 – Introductions and Updates
9:00 – Keynote: Are You a Digital Citizen?
10:15 – Breakout 1
11:00 – Breakout 2
11:45 – Lunch
12:45 – Reset the stage: Social Media Revolution
1:00 – Assessment: How can we use social media to determine what learners know and can do?
2:00 – Breakout 3
2:45 – Debrief, Wrap-up, Evaluation

Online Registration

November 7: UMaine at Farmington
November 8: Waterville Grand Hotel
November 9: UMaine Machias
November 10: Northern Maine Community College
November 14: Saco Ramada Inn
November 15: Bowdoin College
November 16: Hutchinson Center, Belfast
November 18: UMaine at Orono



  1. Tim Hart
    November 4th, 2011 at 10:28 | #1

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  2. Bgreenstone
    November 4th, 2011 at 11:01 | #2

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  3. Cbrinkman
    November 7th, 2011 at 11:35 | #3

    I am not into Social Networks, but regard myself as “connected in the digital world”. I understand its value, importance and need for our students. I regard myself as fairly private and do not necessarily need to know who is doing what at what minute / second! I would rather look at someone in the eye, read their body language and speak to others in person when possible. I believe these skills are still necessary in our world!

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