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Google Admin Certification Training
with Amplified IT

LEVEL 1:  Tuesday, June 11, 2024
This comprehensive training will guide your IT staff through educational best practices and Google Workspace Admin console skills and techniques. The bootcamp includes a series of training lessons, real-world education examples, and knowledge checks to prepare attendees.... 
CLICK HERE to register for Level 1, a virtual event

Level 2: Tuesday, June 18, 2024
The Amplified Admin Level 2 Certification training is an advanced-level Google Workspace Admin course and requires
an LEVEL 1 certification to validate fundamental knowledge of the Google Workspace for Education environment. This course will build...
CLICK HERE to register for Level 2, a virtual event

Portable Planetarium Training

June 12th: Rochester, IN

Bring the field trip to your school!

Digitarium portable planetarium system allow you to take the wonders of astronomy and bring them to your students in your very own buildings.  This easy to use system allows for physical modeling of the atmosphere in 3D.  You have the opportunity to experience some of the following:

  • Demonstrating Earth’s rotation
  • View the night sky, constellations and experience solar/lunar eclipses
  • Visit planets up close
  • Take a trip around the sun
  • Use integrated stories to guide lessons or create your own

See details and register here
Summer Tech Cookout 2024
 Registration Open!
Bring your tech staff to the second annual cookout to celebrate your successes in another year of edtech support. Meet area school tech staff for a day of team building, fun games, friendly competition and a lot of laughs!  Join us for:  
Rocket League  Trivia  | Corn Hole 
Ping Pong  |  Euchre  | Pictionary
This day is fully sponsored by a small selection of edtech partners and FREE for anyone on your team.
June 20th, 2024
Menominee Elementary
Plymouth, IN
Register for our FREE event...

From the IDOE

Celebrate the Day of Artificial Intelligence (AI): Join IDOE and educators from across the world to celebrate the Day of AI on Monday, May 13. IDOE will host four short workshops to share AI guidance, tips for teaching with AI, and resources that educators can begin to use to incorporate AI literacy in their classrooms. Learn more here and register to participate in the Indiana Learning Lab or in the LINK Portal. This AI guidance document also shares key considerations related to AI and education. It is designed to be easy to unpack, encourage conversation about each of the key topics, and includes resources for further learning. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.
On-Demand Professional Development (PD) with IDOE: AI Literacy Lessons to Help Prepare My School For a World of AI. Attend future live sessions and view other on-demand content in the Learning Lab. Contact IDOE’s Office of Digital Learning with any questions.
Indy Autonomous Challenge at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: Educators are invited to bring their high school students to the Innovation Showcase at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday, September 6. This free event, held in conjunction with the Indy Autonomous Challenge, will provide students with the unique opportunity to learn more about STEM and the innovations behind autonomous vehicles up close, followed by a unique opportunity to watch these cars zoom around the famous oval track - without drivers! Click here to learn more about the Indy Autonomous Challenge. Click here to learn more and to register for free tickets. Contact IDOE’s Office of Educator Talent with any questions.
Indiana STEM Educator Expansion Program (I-STEM) Registration Now Available: IDOE is partnering with Educational Service Centers (ESCs) of Indiana to strengthen Indiana’s STEM educator pipeline. The I-STEM partnership provides support for both currently licensed teachers in non-STEM areas and prospective teachers who are not licensed but hold a bachelor’s degree, to become licensed to teach in a STEM content area. Eligible STEM content areas are life science, chemistry, earth/space science, physics, physical science, computer science, technology education, and mathematics. Learn more and register here. Contact the Office of Educator Talent with any questions. 
RoboKind Grant Opportunity School Year 2024-2025: IDOE is offering the RoboKind Grant opportunity for selected corporations or schools to purchase robotic technology and provide professional development endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) to improve the social and behavioral skills for students with autism. Successful applicants will receive the curriculum, humanoid robot, applicable training, and infrastructure support at no charge to the district. Information, applications, and the budget form can be found here. Please email the signed application and budget to Contact with additional questions.
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Darlene Kennedy, CETL
Director of Tech Integration
56535 Magnetic Drive
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Phone: (574) 254-0111
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