LCM Secondary PD Day

Annual Technology Professional Development Day (2/17/2014)

Windows in the Classroom Seminar and Keynote

Windows in the classroom allows us to explore tools and technologies that energize and engage students. You will learn how to get more out of the software you use every day. And you'll discover how the latest devices and software work together to support 21st century learning.

Jane Nauman of Nauman Ed Consulting will be delivering our seminar. Jane has been an educator for 30 years as a teacher, technology director, consultant, and adjunct professor. She has worked with TEA, TCEA, ISTE, Intel, Region 10, and various school district's. In all of these roles, she was responsible for development and delivery of Professional Development for technology integration. Jane also delivers anti-drug keynotes and presentations to students and parents in her community.

Her achievements include: Who's Who in Business and Education, TCEA Planning Committee, Intel Teach Texas Coordinator, and is an Adjunct Professor for UNT and SMU.

Microsoft in Education - Office 365

Secondary teachers will be provided basic training for Microsoft Office 365 in Education. The subscription based version of the Microsoft Suite will provide access to Microsoft Exchange/Outlook, Lync, SharePoint, and Office Web Apps including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote. LCM recently implemented our own Office 365 site.


7:45 - 8:10 a.m. Registration

8:10 - 8:25 a.m. Welcome, Presentations, and Introductions

8:30 - 10:45 a.m. Microsoft Education in the Classroom - Keynote Speaker - Jane Nauman

10:45 - 11:30 a.m. Microsoft Education in the Classroom - Q&A and Demonstrations

11:30 - 12:00 a.m. Office 365 and Partners in Learning signup (must attend morning or afternoon signup)

1:00 - 1:30 p.m. Office 365 and Partners in Learning signup (for those who did not attend the morning signup)

2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Microsoft Office 365 Training (V201, V202, V203, V204, V150)

Office 365 Training in Atomic Learning

Access Office 365 training in Atomic Learning to get ahead of the information and features you will be learning on February 17, 2014.

Microsoft Innovative Schools Program

Little Cypress Mauriceville High School has been recognized as a Microsoft Innovative School. The Program helps schools in implementing technology to support teaching and learning. Resources include: Virtual webinars, Professional Development to help teachers and school leaders understand technology integration, access to research and innovative teaching practices, and the ability to connect with schools world wide.