The Office of Education Technology (Title IID) is pleased to offer a series of iLead workshops for teachers.
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During the three day iLead for Teachers, participants will develop skills and use tools to meet the needs and challenges of the modern day educational environment by incorporating the latest information technology practices into their daily routines. Participants will receive the appropriate hardware to become 21st century educators. They will use these tools to integrate the Common Core Standards, The Partnership for 21st Century Skills and Teacher Competencies.



Round 4
iLead for Teachers: A Workshop Series for Innovative Educators

Session 1: The Five Stages of Technology Innovation Every Teacher Should Know
Tuesday May 1, 2012
415 89th Street 4th Floor Conference Room
Examine the five stages of technology integration and the essential tools to help you achieve them successfully. This session is based on the framework by Brian Mull, who works internationally to assist schools and districts to build robust and rigorous educational environments by tapping into today’s wealth of information and tools.

Session 2: Driving Your Innovative Classroom
Tuesday May 8, 2012
Bay Ridge Learning Support Center
415 89th Street (Room 508 )
Brooklyn, New York 11209
The Web provides teachers with a wealth of free tools to enhance innovative classrooms.


Session 3: Mapping to the Core with Marie Alcock
Monday May 14, 2012
Bay Ridge Learning Support Center
415 89th Street (4th Floor Conference Room)
Brooklyn, New York 11209


Rescheduled to May 14th-Guest Speaker Marie Alcock
Session 3: An Every Teacher Must Toolkit: Google Apps for Teaching and Learning
Tuesday May 15, 2012
415 89th Street 4th Floor Conference Room Brooklyn, New York 11209




Round 3
iLead for Teachers: A Workshop Series for Innovative Educators

Session 1:Creating a Professional Classroom Website with Google Apps
Monday April 9, 2012
415 89th Street Room 508

Session 2: The Five Stages of Technology Innovation Every Teacher Should Know
Tuesday April 10, 2012
415 89th Street Room 508
Examine the five stages of technology integration and the essential tools to help you achieve them successfully. This session will be facilitated by Brian Mull, who works internationally to assist schools and districts to build robust and rigorous educational environments by tapping into today’s wealth of information and tools.

Session 3: An Every Teacher Must Toolkit: Google Apps for Learning
Wednesday April 11, 2012
415 89th Street Room 508


Round 2
iLead for Teachers: A Workshop Series for Innovative Educators- Staten Island

Session 1: The Five Stages of Technology Innovation Every Teacher Should Know
Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 -- 8:30am to 3:00pm (Petrides Complex, Staten Island)
Examine the five stages of technology integration and the essential tools to help you achieve them successfully. This session will be facilitated by Brian Mull, who works internationally to assist schools and districts to build robust and rigorous educational environments by tapping into today’s wealth of information and tools.

Session 2:Creating a Professional Classroom Website with Google Apps
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 – 8:30am to 3pm
8:30am to 3:00pm (Petrides Complex, Staten Island)


Session 3: An Every Teacher Must Toolkit: Google Apps for Learning
Tuesday, March 27th , 2012 – 8:30am to 3pm
(Petrides Complex, Staten Island)


Round 1
iLead for Teachers: A Workshop Series for Innovative Educators- Brooklyn

Session 1: Creating a Professional Classroom Website with Google Apps
Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 8:30am to 3pm

Session 2: An Every Teacher Must Toolkit: Google Apps for Learning
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 – 8:30am to 3pm

Session 3: The Five Stages of Technology Innovation Every Teacher Should Know
Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 -- 8:30am to 3:00pm (Petrides Complex, Staten Island)
Examine the five stages of technology integration and the essential tools to help you achieve them successfully. This session will be facilitated by Brian Mull, who works internationally to assist schools and districts to build robust and rigorous educational environments by tapping into today’s wealth of information and tools.