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Sunday, November 20 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Leading and Learning as a 1:1 Community

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Learn to hone the super powers that will enable you to avoid the kryptonite as you lead your district through a 1:1 initiative and create an Instructional League of Leaders and Learners. The Lake George Central School District leads with the intention of creating and cultivating a community of learners. Using the powers of Reflection and Evaluation, we hold true to our weLearn vision and guiding principles, while adjusting the strategies, tools and practices used to achieve student goals. The Lake George implementation of weLearn, 1:1 initiative, is one of constant growth and reflection at all levels resulting in constant leading and learning. The workshop will follow the WISER Model of Inquiry to answer the essential question...How have the Lake George weLearn Vision and guiding principles resulted in a successful 1:1 implementation? Through the WISER Model of Inquiry we will define our weLearn initiative, outline what success means to us, describe our path, and share our vision and guiding principles. This interactive workshop will provide participants with instructional strategies and tools that can be immediately utilized for leading and learning.1. Structures for building shared goals and capacity to support and grow them. 2. Strategies and practical examples for supporting the 4C’s, New Literacies and Digital Citizenship through the WISER Model of Inquiry. 3. Ideas for creating and cultivating Professional Learning rather than Professional Development. 4. Technology tools and resources to utilize in leading and learning. Librarian/Media Specialist,Administrative,Staff Development Coordinators, Technology Integration Coordinator


Megan Coker

Director of Instructional Technology, Lake George Central School District
Megan Coker is the Director of Instructional Technology at Lake George Central School District, where she combines her ten years of teaching experience with her passion for instructional technology to support authentic and continuous learning for students and teachers.  In addition... Read More →

Bridget Crossman

Teacher, Lake George CSD
Bridget Crossman is the elementary teacher librarian at Lake George School District. She was the recipient of the 2013 New York State Reading Association’s Library Media Specialist Award. Bridget has presented at several conference on inquiry over the last year, including NYSCSS... Read More →

Sarah Olson

Sarah Olson is the teacher librarian at Lake George Junior/ Senior High School. She has recently presented at several conferences on inquiry instruction, and is the coauthor of “Inquiry Infusion: Surviving and Thriving in a 1:1 Environment” published in School Library Connection... Read More →

Sunday November 20, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Highland C