Fall Semester 2023 - Author Led Book Studies
Join middle level educators from across the state at the 2023 CAMLE Annual Conference: Adventures in Deeper Learning on Saturday, October 7 at Timberview Middle School in Colorado Springs, CO. Select from 44+ sessions presented by school practitioners, regional experts and national organizations on the following topics:
A Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver, Scott is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on P-12 school leadership, deeper learning, technology, and innovation. He is the author of Leadership for Deeper Learning (2021) and Harnessing Technology for DeeperLearning (2018). McLeod works with schools and educators all around the world. He is on a mission to make students’ day-to-day learning less boring and more meaningful and relevant.
A nationally recognized presenter, author, and humorist, Jack Berckemeyer began his career as a middle school teacher in Denver, Colorado. He is the author of Managing the Madness: A Practical Guide to Middle Grades Classrooms; and Deliberate Optimism. His latest book, Successful Middle School Teaming, was released fall of 2022 and is the companion guide to, The Successful Middle School: This We Believe.
Reshape educational technology integration in classrooms to build truly transformative learning spaces. This concise, reader-friendly guide outlines a clear approach for properly and skillfully using digital learning tools to promote deeper, personalized learning across subjects and grade levels. The authors impart tips and strategies for avoiding common missteps, overcoming implementation challenges, and redesigning instruction that is both meaningful and engaging.
This quick guide will help you integrate educational technology in the classroom and create digital learning spaces:
CAMLE members may participate in this book study at NO COST.
Others may participate for $25 per book study. Attendees at the 2022 annual conference are 2022-23 members.
Each book study will offer synchronous and asynchronous learning components.
There will be opportunities for asynchronous online discussion, activities, planning and application of key concepts, sharing artifacts and learning, and reflection.
Each book study will take place over a 2 month period.
Book studies will be staggered to allow for participation in multiple groups.
Participants can purchase 0.5 graduate credits from Adams State University for an additional $27.50 if desired.
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