Hi, All,
We still have room in our July session.  Would you please share the
attached flier with anyone you think might be interested?
The Champlain Valley Educator Development Center (CVEDC) is again
offering the 21st Century Technology Teams institute this summer.  In
this institute, teams of educators will learn how students can use
information technology to master 21st century skills. 
Participants will:

*	work in collaborative teams as they explore a variety of
technology topics and tools 
*	present what they've learned to the other institute participants

*	use the Understanding by Design process to develop
standards-based projects

Each team will "earn" information technology equipment ($600 or $900
worth per team member-e.g., a three-person team would have up to $2,700
to spend). Teams will select a package of equipment that will be donated
to their school district for use in their classrooms. Participants will
have the opportunity use similar equipment during the week and will
decide at the end of the week which items they would like to order. 

Participants may attend the institute as a "conference" or a "course."
In the latter case participants will need to complete assignments and a
project plan in order to earn graduate credit.
The institute is being offered twice this summer, once the week of June
22 - 26 and again the week of July 13 - 17.  For more info and to
register see:

*	June 22 - 26: (session is
full, waiting list only at this point) 
*	July 13 - 17:


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