Cool2Career

Jim Moulton posted this announcement on the ACTEM listserv so we are passing it along to our members…

On May 2, 2014 please plan on coming to NESCom <http://nescom.edu/> and
learn how Maine students, grade 7 – 12 can move their enjoyment of video,
audio production, programming, marketing, or digital imagery forward and
begin to see themselves on a pathway from “Cool2Career!”

Cool2Career registration opened on Thursday March 6 at 10:00 AM. Now, with
over 350 registrations in place, schools are able to increase to, or create
a new registration, with up to 25 students and 5 adults. Registration fee
will be $15 per student or adult participant, and includes lunch and
snacks. As of March 27, approximately 125 seats remained available for
Cool2Career.

Because of this, schools who have previously registered are now able to
register up to 15 additional student participants, and 3 additional adult
participants. New registrations will now be able to register up to 25
student participants and 5 adult participants. (with 1-5 students, 1 adult
required; with 6-10 students, 2 adults required; with 11-15 students, 3
adults required; with 16-20 students, 4 adults required; with 21-25
students, 5 adults required – all in a 5:1 ratio)  Capacity for this
initial Cool2Career is a total of 480, and registration will close when
that number is reached. Questions? Please contact Jim Moulton at:
moulton@apple.com

 

Website: http://cool2career.com/

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About Jill Spencer

I taught middle school for many years, and now I consult with schools across the country and internationally in the areas of curriculum and instruction, including technology integration. Please also check out my blog about middle school teaming at http://teamingrocks.wordpress.com/. Other publications include: Teaming Rocks! Collaborate in Powerful Ways to Ensure Student Success Everyone’s Invited! Interactive Strategies That Engage Young Adolescents 10 Differentiation Strategies for Building Prior Knowledge
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