Apple will hold the first in a series of roundtable discussions on Apple technology solutions to help raise student achievement next month. Targeted to educators, the
Curriculum Mobile Labs Online Roundtable
will be held Thursday, April 3, 2003 from 10:00-11:00 am and 2:00-3:00 pm (both are Pacific times) and can be accessed via webcast or via audio conference.
At this event, educators will hear about how they can take advantage of a new series of Apple Curriculum Mobile Labs for reading, math and science. The panel of educators and education solutions providers will include:
Jake Hopkins of Vernier Software and Technology;
Jennifer Knox of Fairfield Language Technologies;
Anthony Robinson, technology Director, K-12 Putnam County Schools, Tennessee;
Nick Taylor, principal, Wilson Elementary School, Sanger Unified School District, California;
Grace Fong, Apple’s education marketing manager of Mobile Computing;
Tyler Gerhart, Apple’s education marketing manager of Curriculum Solutions.
Registration is now underway. To view the webcast, you need a computer with a 256K DSL or cable modem Internet connection or greater. To listen to the audio conference, you’ll be provided with a toll-free number after registration.