SETDA EDcamp Sessions 2018
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Topics are developed and selected by the participants. Topics may include but are not limited to equity of access, ESSA, professional learning, competency-based education, online assessments, gaming, coding, STEM.
E-Rate SIG Meeting (SIG members only)
Professional Learning Working Group (Working Group Members Only)
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Session #1 3:00 - 3:50Breakout #1 Breakout #2 Breakout #3Breakout #4Session #3 3:00 - 5:00Session #4 3:00 - 5:00
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ROOMStudio F Studio AStudio CPrefunction SpaceSalon 2Salon 1
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TopicLeveraging Community Reinvestment Act Funding to Support Equitable AcceessStates, Vendors, and AEM: Working Together for All LearnersComputational Thinking/Computer Science Standards Development and Implementation E-Rate SIG Meeting (SIG members only)Professional Learning Working Group (Working Group Members Only)
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DescriptionNCDE and NHDOE have made great strides in mobilizing state and local leaders in banking, education, workforce development and affordable housing to tap bank CRA grant funds today to remove the digital divide as a barrier to educational and economic opportunity in CRA eligible areas. In this thoroughly interactive conversation, explore how your state can leverage and improve on what we've launched in NH. One immediate opportunity: we've persuaded a national investment bank to finance refurboshment and donation to low-income learners in 7 cities (Orlando, Dallas, Austin, Indianapolis, Chicago, Denver and Phoenix) of 5,000+ 3-year-old PCs annually. The PCs will have drive images with MS Office, Win 10, pointers to OER materials. Another: we're organizing an intensive state planning effort to tap CRA funds for broadband infrastructure development -- SETDA member advice sought on these and related opportunities.Join us for a discussion of how states and districts are including accessibility in policy and practice, and how vendors can collaborate to meet both compliance standards and educational obligations for all learners.Join us to discuss the development of K-12 computer science standards and subsequent implementation of CS standards. We will also discuss the intersection of the ISTE Standard Computational Thinking and the newly released Computational Thinking Standards in support of CS.
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Facilitator (s)Stan Freeda and Bob McLaughlinLeaders from the AEM Best Practices Cohort
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Linkshttp://www.digitalequity.us/cra-maps.html; http://www.digitalequity.us/resources.html; http://www.digitalequity.us/impacts.html; http://digitalequity.us/readings.htmlhttp://aem.cast.org/navigating/guidance-sea-lea-purchasing.html
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Notetaker Google Doc Linkhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1T4whReYD738Cea11qT3yvyfFFYBMzVMKmtRoPG3sMJs/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1YLcgk6rh-P_idwmNCI_5nfF48W5OpcxueP1hsbLl9R0/edit?usp=sharing
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Session #2 Express Chat 4:00 - 4:30Breakout #1 Breakout #3
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TopicThe "Birth Dearth" and what it means for K12 & HighEd
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Description"The Great Recession did not simply delay births-it eliminated them" - Nathan D. Grawe Join for a quick overview on the coming demographic cliff, and discussion on what it means for edu institutions
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LinksDemographics and the Demand for Higher Education
by Nathan D. Grawe
Link: http://a.co/d/cEUUBU7
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Facilitator (s)Pete Koczera, CDWG
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Notetaker Google Doc Linkhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1kDpKHumV2K7QWvw8OIITH8GI1KlFPMEugGQOJGwBH9M/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1wFDSu-4wP5iI38HLx96uAwzWhn36KyhEyRkVrT8jZTs/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/16dm3zbT9PY0ucf45DY0X5MBUk9AEvL9bDnHmPOvc_OY/edit
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