Technology in Education PLC

Offered by: 
Professional Development
Technology

The professional learning community is a collegial discussion group for technology directors, coordinators, and educators at all levels that meets regularly throughout the school year. 

This community of leaders is engaged in collaborative conversations around topics of interest in the Technology and Curriculum realms, designed to connect peers and increase accessibility to resources for future initiatives. The goal of this PLC is to leverage expertise on technology integration among school districts from Franklin and Hampshire counties while spreading effective practices among them.

There is no charge for participation. Certificates of attendance and PDPs are available. Please note: you must register here in order to receive a certificate or PDPs.

Instructor(s)

  • thumbnail of Casey Daigle

    Casey is the Digital Learning Manager for the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES), where she works with preK-12 teachers, administrators, and edtech leaders across Massachusetts to explore how tech can transform teaching & learning, better connect us as humans, and create more equity and inclusion. She is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and spends a lot of time engaging educators about makerspaces, personalized learning, and what learning feels like when it happens online.

  • thumbnail image of Mike Maticke

    Mike Maticke has been a Google Apps Administrator for several years. During that time, he has helped several school districts with Google Apps deployments, as well as deployed several domains for CES. He has also been part of both external and internal Google Apps trainings, both admin and non-admin sides of the Apps domain.

For more information, contact:
Position: 
Events Manager
Phone: 
413.586.4900 x5935
Email: 
krehmus@collaborative.org