Engage Edison 2016: Parent Technology Conference


EDISON, NJ  - Technology is changing the way today’s students learn. As 21st century learners, students must be able to think critically, problem-solve, collaborate, and communicate using a variety of tools and resources. Teachers today are using more and more creative and innovative ways to advance learning opportunities allowing students to create and share knowledge that can be shared globally!

Edison Public School District is committed to ensuring that all students receive an education that prepares them for college or careers. It is dedicated to create personalized, collaborative, and appropriately challenging learning experiences where all students can explore learning and apply skills and concepts in a way that will truly prepare them for their future. 

In an effort to help parents support their students as 21st Century learners, Edison Public Schools has organized "Engage Edison 2016 - Parent Technology Conference" on Saturday, January 23, 2016 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at John Adams Middle School.

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This learning series will guide parents through some of the curriculum and program changes, as well as help parents build a better understanding of the district’s integration of technology and the blended model of teaching and learning that Edison students are experiencing.

Registration will open January 5th. But, to kick off the event, please click here to take a look at how the Edison Township Public Schools is moving forward with its digital transformation. 



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