Learning on the Lakeshore Update

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Learning on the Lakeshore 2015 #LOTL15

Last summer, the first-ever Learning on the Lakeshore technology integration conference was held at Muskegon Community College. The response of the 300+ participants was extremely positive. Ninety-nine percent (99%) said they would recommend it to a friend.


Registration is now open for the 2015 conference, scheduled for Tuesday, August 18 from 8:30-3:45 at Muskegon Community College. PLEASE NOTE: MPS will pay your $30 registration fee. Here is the link to register: Registration Link.


We are pleased to announce that 90+ breakout sessions are offered this year. Many of our presenters are from the area, but we also have speakers from all across the state. We are pleased to share that the 2015 MACUL Teacher of the Year, the 2015 MACUL Educator of the Year, the president of the MACUL organization, our keynote speaker from last fall, and several other top-notch presenters are excited to share at this conference. All of the session descriptions are listed on the conference web site (http://learningonthelakeshore.org). In addition to the great line-up of speakers last year, we have 45 newcomers sharing about their experience with educational technology.

Contact Information

You can learn more on the conference website: http://learningonthelakeshore.org (click on the LOTL-Conference link on the left). The Twitter hashtag is #LOTL15.

If you have any questions, please contact one of the conference co-chairs: Steve Denniston (radennistonsa@ravennaschools.org) or Maryly Skallos (maryly.skallos@muskegoncc.edu).

This year's keynote speaker is Jay Gross, an energetic, compassionate HS teacher from Shepherd, Michigan. His topic is "Engagement and Personalized Learning - Don't Forget The Kids".
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