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Posted April 9, 2015

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Applications Now Being Accepted for Tech Camp

Two camps will be held this summer, one for teachers and a second for principals and district administrators.

Only seven weeks left this semester means it is time to start planning for Tech Camp.  

Tech Camp is a chance for APS educators to take next steps into the world of digital learning and try out some new strategies that engage students and staff and are guaranteed to put new energy into daily lessons and school tasks.
 
This year, Tech Camp is open to teachers June 8-12, and for the first time we will have a camp specifically for principals, assistant principals and district level administration June 1-4.  
 
Tech Camp will include offerings from Apple, Microsoft, Promethean, TIG, Discovery Ed and our Vanguard Team. The agenda is filled to the brim with tools, strategies and fun.
 
The application deadline is April 24. Return completed applications to jacobson_j@aps.edu.

There are 50 slots available for each camp. Teachers will apply in teams of two. Administrators will apply individually.

Email any questions you might have to Jami Jacobson at jacobson_j@aps.edu.

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