Medfield Public Schools invites you to our 4th Annual Digital Learning Day!  It is an entire day filled with free professional development from over 60 teacher-led workshops focusing on MakerSpace/ STEAM, the integration of iPads & Google Apps for Education, student showcases, discussion panels, and special Out-of-District guest presenters.

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Friday, March 25


Administrators Discussion Panel
Join Dr. Marsden and other local Superintendents and Administrators in an open discussion as they share their technology vision and successes and challenges.  

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Nat Vaughn

Principal Blake Middle School, Medfield Public Schools
I have been an educator for 21 years and have been the principal at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA for the past 8 years. I believe in advocating for and fostering an environment of collaboration and creativity with students, teachers and parents has played a significant role... Read More →


Sara Ahern

Assistant Superintendent, Holliston Public Schools
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Leo Brehm

Chief Information Officer, Public Schools of the Northborough and Southborough
A career school CIO for public schools within Massachusetts, throughout his twenty-one year career, he has supported education in a variety of roles, including a technology support specialist, instructional technology specialist, network administrator, director of technology, and... Read More →
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Don Langenhorst

Don Langenhorst, Technology Director, Dedham Public Schools
Don Langenhorst, Ed.D. is the Technology Director for the Dedham Public Schools. His over 30 years of teaching and administrative experiences include working for private and public K-12 schools in Alaska, Oregon, The Netherlands and for the past 20 plus years in Massachusetts. He... Read More →

Friday March 25, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am


Way Cool to Throwing Shade: Students’ Perspectives on Digital Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Teachers and administrators often have opportunities to learn about enhancing ed  tech. However, what do students think about it all? What ed tech works for them? What is challenging? How has the 1:1 classroom changed the way students learn, study, and collaborate? Middle school and high school students will provide insight on what works for them and what doesn’t. Their feedback in this session will help us to help them achieve in a 1:1 school.    
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Gail Duffy

English Content Specialist (Grades 6-12), Medfield High School
I am looking forward to our round-table discussion where students share their thoughts about how it feels to be a student in a 1:1 classroom! Joining us for this discussion will be students from Grades 6-12. Please join us!

Bonnie Wren-Burgess

High School English Teacher, Medfield High School
Incorporating technology into grades 10-12 English classroom.

Friday March 25, 2016 11:00am - 11:45am
Classroom 125 First Floor