SLC Camp Denver
Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 4:30 PM (MST)
The Shared Learning Collaborative (SLC) is workingto make personalized learning a reality for every U.S. student by improving the integration of education technology – reducing educators’ time spent tracking the progress of students, and making it possible to support teachers in their craft by recommending individualized learning resources for their students.
The SLC is coming to Denver November 17-18 for an all-hands SLC Camp and Codeathon. We need teachers and developers to work together in creating new applications for teaching and learning, and to identify quality online content for the classroom. Through a fun and stimulating weekend of collaboration we aim to provide participants with a chance to become part of a growing community of practitioners who are preparing for the national launch of SLC in early 2013. At the end of the event we will also be awarding two $2,000 prizes for best application prototypes as well as three $300 prizes for the best application concepts.
Please bring along your laptop for this pioneering event. Show up with a passion to revolutionize education, and we’ll connect you with the people to make it happen! Please note, we will have food available both Saturday and Sunday for you.
Education Innovators Invited:
o Teachers with a point of view about how technology might improve their lives as educators
o Teachers interested in working with developers to build and show prototype applications
o Developers who are interested in building better applications for teachers, students and parents
What’s on the Agenda – Workshops & Keynotes:
o The national mission of SLC and its goal to reach 12 million children and educators
o How access to reliable assignment and formative data can help teachers ensure more kids succeed
o The SLC Technology and what it enables the developer community to build for teachers in and out of the classroom
o Ensuring easiest possible search and discovery of digital resources aligned to the Common Core State Standards
o Describing Educational Content on the Web
o (For developers and tech-educators) Getting Started on Your First Application
o Staying engaged and helping to build the community
Visit the SLC website for all the details. Please invite your peers and colleagues!
If you have any questions, please contact Marsha Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org for event registration, logistics support or more details.