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Annual Workshop – October 22-24, 2013 (Exhibit days Oct. 22 and 23 only) Atlantic City Convention Center         
Workshop 2013 will offer more than 200 learning opportunities, including returning favorites like the larger Group Sessions seminars and the more intimate Learning Labs and Action Labs, as well as new features and innovative programming. Training will include methods to help schools use their limited resources more efficiently, ways school districts can become environmentally and financially sustainable, and strategies on becoming more effective school leaders. Attendees listing includes all Attendees, Sponsors, Exhibitors and Speakers. 

Vendor set up day is Monday – October 21 – 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. More Workshop information can be found at www.njsba.org/workshop

 

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Wednesday, October 23 • 10:00am - 10:30am
Creating Schools That Help Students Learn – Creating Buildings that are More Than Just Places for Learning to Happen

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School buildings can be more than just a place where learning happens. If designed properly, they can be a place that actually serves as a teaching tool. Even minor changes in a building can have a direct impact on how your school building is used. This session will examine the options available to successfully create engaging buildings which serve as learning labs for students.

Speakers
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Scott P. McCartney, Ed. D.

Superintendent of Schools, Egg Harbor Township School District
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Spiezle Architectural Group Inc

Platinum Sponsor, Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc.
Provides architectural planning and interior design services. We plan and design every project to support your goals - while creating comfortable efficient spaces for learning.


Wednesday October 23, 2013 10:00am - 10:30am
Maschio's Learning Lab Atlantic City Convention Center

Attendees (16)