All-Write Presents...

Digital Literacy K-8: Empowering Our Students

Let’s spend the day learning and sharing stories with an array of digital tools and ideas. Join us for a conversation about:

  • Empowering students to tell the stories of their lives, classrooms, and communities.

  • Embedding digital tools with authenticity into daily classroom life.

  • Discovering possibilities technology gives for meaningful connections.

  • Connecting students with others in the classroom, community, and global society.

Wawasee High School

Saturday, Oct. 18th 2014 at 9am-3pm

1 Warrior Path

Syracuse, IN

Please enter the main doors and follow the posted signs.


Registration -- 8:00 am

Twitter tutorial -- 8:30 am

The conversation begins -- 9:00 am

Lunch on your own -- 11:30 am

The conversation continues -- 1:00 pm

Closing Celebrations -- 2:30 pm -3:00 pm

Register via Google Forms: Digital Literacy Workshop (Link Below)

Registration Fee:
$0 -- Consortium Schools
$75 -- Non-Consortium Schools

Check or PO may be sent to:
East Noble Schools
126 W. Rush St.
Kendallville, IN 46755

Questions may be directed to Mindy Hoffar (

Leading the Conversation...

Bill Bass

Bill Bass is a former middle and high school English teacher who now works with teachers as an Innovation Coordinator for Technology and Library Media and an adjunct professor of educational technology for Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, Missouri.

Colby Sharp

Colby Sharp is a third grade teacher in Parma, Michigan.

Franki Sibberson

Franki Sibberson is a third grade teacher in Dublin, Ohio.

Ruth Ayres

Ruth Ayres is an instructional writing coach in northern Indiana.