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Edcamp DVIS 2015 – it’s a Wrap!

Thank you to all who attended our very first edcamp DVIS — we had a great turnout! We had an awesome day filled with learning, growing, and meeting new people, and we hope you did, too!




TECHedADVIS: Registration is NOW OPEN!

TECHedADVIS is a series of short, inspirational, “TED-style” talks illustrating and informing how GAMEChangers are leveraging technology to build and transform the next generation of K-12 learning environments.




Technology Gold Mine! - La Salle College High School

On Tuesday, April 28th, Stephanie Falcone from Edu-Tech participated as a presenter at the ADVIS Technology Gold Mine event at La Salle College High School. Stephanie presented to fellow teachers, integrators and technology directors about her experience integrating technology into the curriculum at her assigned school Hill Top Preparatory School. Her focus was on the use of coding in her technology classes to help engage students in the processes of coding using low cost software and other tools.



How to start computer programming at your school

(PDF Presentation)










Online & Blended Learning: Summer Professional Development

ADVIS has partnered with the Online School for Girls to provide two courses this summer to prepare educational leaders to teach, learn and lead in a blended online environment. The Online School for Girls has helped more than 1,500 independent school educators from around the world prepare for online and blended learning in all types of schools (co-ed, single-gender, etc) and at all levels (elementary and secondary).




Edu-Tech Middle School 3D Challenge - 2015

(Ended - See who won!)

This competition was created to provide middle school teachers and students with access and exposure to the software and materials used to produce 3D images using a MakerBot Replicator 2 printer.



NAIS 2015

Join us at the 2015 NAIS Annual Conference in Boston to learn how design thinking techniques can reinvigorate and transform your school into a cutting-edge center for learning in a new age. Together let’s build a plan to prepare our 21st century students to embrace the challenges of higher education, global citizenship, and the workplace with flexibility, grit, and resilience.




Development Retreat: Candid Conversations, Transformational Fundraising, and Lessons Learned

Featuring Laura Doherty, Executive Director of Development & Alumni Relations, The College of William & Mary, Raymond A. Mason School of Business, Instructor, University of Richmond, Institute on Philanthropy; Virginia Connor, Head of School, and Susan Mohi, Director of Development, St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's, New York, NY; Patricia Van Allen Voigt, Senior Development Advisor, The Agnes Irwin School.


The PA Branch of the International Dyslexia Association's 37th Conference on Literacy and Learning Disabilities

The International Dyslexia Association supports efforts to provide individuals with dyslexia with appropriate instruction and to identify these individuals at an early age. The Association and the Pennsylvania Branch, however, do not endorse any specific program, speaker, product, school or instructional material, noting that there are a number

of such which present the critical components of instruction as defined by IDA.







Middle Schoolers Create 3D Printed Rainwater Catcher & Filter in Edu-Tech 3D Printer Challenge

Upland Country Day School in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, teaches students from Pre-Kindergarten through the 9th grade, and clearly has a focus on STEM education. The school recently acquired a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer and middle schoolers at UCDS have started learning the ropes of 3D design and printing.



How 3D Printing Technology Manifests Innovation in Schools

The implications of 3D printing in our society are simply mind-boggling. Recently, Bruce Sarte,  Edu-Tech’s Director of Technology Infrastructure Services wrote an article for the on-line blog EdView360 about this technology and it’s impact in the classroom. Click the link below to read the article and learn about the schools that participated in our three month Middle School 3D design and printing competition that ended on May 29th!



Edu-Tech announces strategic partnership with

CareFlow Health Records

This week, Education services firm Edu-Tech Academic Solutions, a partner in the PAISBOA purchasing consortium, penned an agreement with CareFlow Student Health Records, a provider of school-centric healthcare solutions and online back-to-school forms for parents.






Digital Leadership ~ Using Technology in Support of Education

Learn how Bryn Mawr College President, Kim Cassidy, Coordinator for Academic Technology Initiatives, Jenny Spohrer, lead the research and implementation of Blended Learning in small liberal arts colleges.




ADVIS Digital Leadership ~ Using Technology in Support of Education

Presented by ADVIS Preferred Partner Edu-Tech Academic Solutions




What’s Next? Current & Coming Legal Issues for Independent Schools

Presented by ADVIS Preferred Partner Edu-Tech Academic Solutions




MakerSpace Virtual Tour

Join PAISBOA members for a virtual, online tour of MakerSpaces at two member schools.




All Things MakerSpace

PAISBOA Technology Director Meeting





NBOA 2015

Baseball fans worldwide know about Boston's legendary Fenway Park and the Green Monster, the 37-foot wall in left field that challenges even the most skilled players to defeat it.Think of the 2015 NBOA Annual Meeting as an all-star game where you gather experts from other teams to help you conquer your green monster. You have the opportunity to be both the pitcher and the catcher, to see the entire field before and behind you.

It's that kind of insight that wins the game.



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