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Need High Quality Student Centered Learning? You Need MLEI!

May 18, 2011

Dear middle level colleagues,

Here’s a comment from Commissioner Bowen about his experience at MLEI. “In my time at the Middle School in Camden, I attended two MLEI sessions and found them to be a great opportunity to do what educators seldom have time to do, which is to reflect on our instructional practice and to really do the kind of thinking and planning we all need to do to be effective. It was always a great experience and one I hope to get back to one day!”

MLEI models engaged learning for all!

Registrations are now open for the Middle Level Education Institute. We are very excited about this year’s program as we have added several components to the already excellent offerings. In addition to the well established cutting edge middle level focus there will be top notch expertise relating to RTI (both academic and behaviorial), Standards Based Education (student centered, outcomes based, proficiency based learning), and safe schools (digital citizenship, bullying, and cyberbullying). And of course, these are in addition to any school or classroom based initiatives you would bring to the Institute.

Since the Institute will be held from August 1-4, we will be accepting registrations right up to the end of June. To register, contact Mikaela Ziobro at campusevents@thomas.edu. You can also call her at 859-1211. For online information go to http://mleimaine.net. If you have any questions about the program, putting a school team together, creating a plan, or arranging for graduate credits contact Jill Spencer (jillspencer51@gmail.com) or Chris Toy (christoy.net@gmail.com).

We believe MLEI can be a key to moving your school’s vision forward!

Best-

Jill Spencer
Chris Toy

Co-Directors
Middle Level Education Institute

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