CMTC 2020 is going virtual!
Save the date for the week of January 11th, 2021!
The effects of COVID-19 on students and families require district leaders to collaborate with local stakeholders — including administrators, classroom teachers, school support staff, parents, and students — to plan strategic actions that allow digital learning to effectively and equitably continue into the summer and beyond.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Turnaround for Children, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), and the New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education (NHSTE) — who are members of the broader COVID-19 Education Coalition— provide three key considerations that districts must keep in mind as they build immediate and long-term plans:equitable infrastructure, active digital learning content, and educator capacity building. See the new resource here.
NHSTE condemns racism in all its forms and manifestations. We stand alongside the Black community, communities of color, our colleagues, members, educators, students, and families in calling for justice. As educators we acknowledge the role that educators and educational institutions play in supporting our communities and will strive to change the current situation. #BlackLivesMatter
NEISTE Calendar and Webinars
NH Learns Alliance Online Learning Events