Participate in a unique professional development experience that will provide you with tools and resources to effectively manage and educate in a one-to-one computing environment. Whether your school provides each learner with a laptop or you work out of a computer lab, you can transform the way you use technology in your classroom to build understanding and inspire creativity among your learners. Led by School of the Future educators and a Microsoft National Education Technologist, this program will explore the challenges, opportunities and pedagogical implications of one-to-one computing. Participants will investigate both theories and practices that will inspire effective learning environments and adaptive teaching styles. Two day sessions are limited to 30 participants to ensure an environment in which everyone can contribute, offer unique perspectives, and learn from one another. You will receive a flash drive of educational resources and lunch both days. The cost of this workshop is $50 per person, which will directly contribute to the one-to-one program for School of the Future learners.

  • Date: July 13 and 14, 2011
  • Time: 9am – 2:30pm
  • Location: School of the Future, 4021 Parkside Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19104

One-to-One Academy Takeaways:

  • Two days of experiential professional development focused the key elements and opportunities of teaching in a one-to-one environment.
  • Introduction to free education tools and guidance on using them in your organization.
  • A flash drive loaded with many resources for educators to take back to the classroom. School of the Future One-to-One Academy completion certificate.

What To Bring:

  • Your own PC (loaner PC computers available upon request).
  • A check for $50 made out to the School of the Future.
  • A cross discipline team from your organization that is ready to transform your learning environment.

To register, complete this form. You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours.