One-to-One Computing for Increased Learning Webinar

Thursday, January 12, 2012
4:00-5:30 pm, Central Standard Time

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Guest Panel:

Team of Educators from Auburn Junior High School in Auburn, Alabama
Principal: Shannon Pignato,

Auburn Junior High School is showcased by Intel for their successful implementation of one-to-one computing in a student-centered environment. Get a personal account of their experiences from this team of Auburn Junior High School educators. The goal of Auburn’s 21st Century Learning Initiative is to “prepare… students and educators to be contributing members of an ever-increasing technological and global society through an anytime, anywhere learning environment.” The program involves the use of HP computers and a variety of other technologies by students at a number of different grade levels.

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Meeting Name: IMPACT Webinars

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For More Information:

Lori Seawel
Instructional Designer and Technology Coordinator; IMPACT Project Management Team Member
ITS Educational Technology, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA  50614-0301; 319-273-3086

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