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Monday, February 26 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
First Class: New Teachers as Great Digital Citizens and Role Models

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As more and more technology exposed millennials enter the workforce, how can we encourage mindful digital citizenship in both our staff and students? Whether a novice or experienced teacher, all staff can model great digital citizenship for their students and increase the digital competency of their school overall. As school leaders, how can we train new staff to understand norms and etiquette, to collaborate with peers, and create original materials? Within the framework of the 4 Cs (communication, collaboration, creativity, critical thinking), this session will present training strategies to help new staff navigate the ever-changing world of digital integration, and how to build positive habits from the start of their careers as 21st century educators.

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Presenters
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Beth Rihtar

Instructional Tech Coach, D64 Park Ridge-Niles
Beth Rihtar is in in her fifth year as an instructional technology coach at a suburban Chicago district. Prior to coaching, she taught music in Indiana for 18 years. As a proud middle school educator, she’s committed to team teaching, co-teaching, collaborating as a team, formative... Read More →

Co-Presenters
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Mary Jane Warden

Director of Technology, Park Ridge-Niles District 64
Mary Jane Warden has been in education for 23 years in the northern Illinois area, serving in many capacities – as a classroom teacher, staff developer, technology coordinator, and district-level administrator. Her energies have been invested in supporting teachers in integrating... Read More →


Monday February 26, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Schaumburg E-2


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