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YouthLearn Updates,  June 07, 2005

YouthLearn holds a session at the CTCNet Conference [June 17, 2005]

YouthLearn is presenting a session entitled Afterschool and Technology - Strategies to Advance Content-rich Learning at the upcoming CTCNet Conference in Cleveland on Friday, June 17th. YouthLearn has invited a panel of four field experts to share their innovative use of technology in integrating content into afterschool. The four experts are:

* Michael Funk (Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center)
* Shannon Campe (Girls Creating Games)
* Bob Cabeza (YMCA of Greater Long Beach Community Development)
* Xavier Leonard (Heads on Fire)

These panelists are recognized as national leaders in this realm of technology integration in academic contents. They shared their strategies through our latest project, Afterschool & Technology, which can be found here: http://www.youthlearn.org/afterschool/spotlight.htm. In addition to highlighting successful strategies and youth-made media products, the panel will be engaging in discussion with participants on solutions to common issues that arise in afterschool settings.

Tony Streit, and Haejung Chung, of the YouthLearn Initiative, will provide context and background on the issue of technology in afterschool, as well as unveil the newest section, Afterschool & Technology, of our website dedicated to this topic.

SESSION INFORMATION
-Day 2: Friday, June 17, 2005 [10:30 am - 12:00 pm]
-Title: Afterschool and Technology - Strategies to Advance Content-rich Learning
-Description at:
http://www.ctcnet.org/conf/2005/at_conference/program_detail.asp?SessionID=90

URL: http://news.youthlearn.org/archives/000176.html
Session Information: http://www.ctcnet.org/conf/2005/at_conference/program_detail.asp?SessionID=90
Posted by hchung on June 07, 2005 | YouthLearn Updates
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