Achieve 2013 – EduTech Family Summit, Boston January 26th


 clip_image002 I wanted to let you know about an upcoming event in Boston that colleagues, students, staff, and families are encouraged to attend. The EduTech Summit is a Microsoft YouthSpark program intended to provide information and access about tools and resources to help today’s youth and the adults who work with them to achieve success. The theme for the Summit is Achieve. The keynote speaker, Victor Ortiz – a protégée of Oscar de La Hoya and one of the brightest stars in boxing today – exemplifies what it means to Achieve. Overcoming a difficult childhood, Victor aims to inspire, mentor and support our youth to believe they can achieve great things. image


EDUCATOR TRACK In our tailored Educator Track, you will explore the newest tools, trends and technology strategies to inspire and engage students
PARENT & STUDENT TRACK In our Parent & Student Track, get a sneak peak of college life while checking out the latest in technology and education programs that you can start using today to drive results in the classroom and at home!
LEADER TRACK The Leader Track which will explore skills that will equip students to lead successful and fulfilling lives. With the Windows in the Classroom seminar, you’ll explore tools and technologies that energize and engage students.



7:30am – 8:00am Registration
8:00am – 8:45am Keynote & welcome
9:00am – 11:45am Break-out sessions & EduTech Fair
12:00pm – 2:00pm EduTech Fair
LOCATION University of Massachusetts Boston Campus Center 100 William T Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 (617) 287-6000 ‎
GETTING THERE PARKING Parking is available in the South Lot. BY BUS The campus is accessible by Route 8 and Route 16. SUBWAY Take the MBTA’s Red Line to the JFK/UMass subway station and then hop on one of the free shuttle buses. Buses run every 20 minutes and will drop you off right in front of the Campus Center.
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We hope that you can join us for this exciting event. Don’t miss out!


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