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Looking to learn this summer?


I know that many teachers say that there just isn't enough time in the year to learn what you want to do. Fortunately, the Sebago Alliance Technology Integrators (that includes me!) have put a lot of time and energy in to organizing another year of the SEA Staff Tech Camp. It's going to be held at Windham High School the week after we get out of school. And I'm teaching three sessions!

You can view the fancy brochure with all of the information by clicking here. Here is the jam packed schedule for the three days:


Tech Camp Registration is Now OPEN!  Please go to our website for more information:


Join in the fun and learning at Tech Camp 2014: Gaining STEAM.

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