Panel of School Leaders at McAuliffe

Day 3 of the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference included a session about current successes and challenges ahead for the work of transforming our educator development system in New Hampshire. Two superintendents, Peter Warburton (SAU 53 in Pembroke) and Leo Corriveau (SAU 87 in Mascenic), were part of a discussion which first occurred at the NH Summit (see http://www.nhsummit.org).

McAuliffe participants learned more about the summit proceedings and engaged in this critical conversation about what schooling should look like for our 21st century learners and how we can get there faster.

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Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference

Two members of the NH Summit steering committee facilitated a session about the summit initiative at the McAuliffe conference today. The conference is an annual event in NH, welcoming over 2,000 educators from all over New England to learn and share how digital tools and resources are being used in the learning environment.

Participants were intrigued and motivated to share their own experiences with teacher interns and the extent of their readiness to create 21st century classrooms. View slides here.

If you were in attendance at this session, please post a comment here to help us extend the conversation. And thank you for doing so!