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Thank you, Keystones!
We're glad to say that this year's Keystone Technology Innovator (KTI) Summit was yet another successful and engaging experience. It was wonderful to be a sponsor again this year and spend time with all of the enthusiastic tech innovators who were selected. Here's some of the feedback from participating educators who took the course " Special Topics in Educational Tech " along with the summit:
“I loved all the knowledge that I gained this week. Having to complete the assignment for this course forced me to really think about how I would put this knowledge to use in my classroom to benefit my students. I'm glad that I took this course and am considering more from Eduspire.”
— S.E. | Seneca Highlands IU9 | St. Mary’s Area School District

“This course was very helpful in developing my approach to integrating technology in the classroom.”
— L.S. | Montgomery County IU23 | Upper Merion School District

“Loved it! The KTI summit is AMAZING and the course was just the icing on top! Having the weekly assignments and final projects helped me pull together my ideas and sift through all of the new information I was learning.
— A.G. | Northwest Tri-County IU5 | Fairview School District

“I have never learned so much in one week or have been surrounded by so many people with new ideas. I have gained so much knowledge and have been so inspired to make new discoveries and implement new ideas. — J.S. | Lincoln IU12 | Hanover School District

“I enjoyed this course immensely because it was a good fit with the KTI Summit. It extended teachers' knowledge because we learned about technology options and learned how to apply it with the SAMR model. Extended thinking at its best!”
— S.F. | Capital Area IU15 |  Northern York County School District

“Thank you for allowing us to be present at the Summit and giving us the outlet to utilize our new learnings in a meaningful way.” 
— E.C. | Montgomery County IU23 | Upper Merion School District

From our blog: Make Learning More Inclusive with Microsoft
This back-to-school season, there are more resources than ever for differentiating learning and more tools to facilitate doing so. If you’re a Microsoft educator, many of the tools in your classroom tech toolkit have been updated just in time for the start of the school year.
Speaking of Microsoft, MIE Expert and Master Trainer Dianne Krause Teaches This Course September 11th!
Participants in this course will explore information sharing and collaboration strategies using a variety of Microsoft resources, as well as interactive learning platforms for formative assessment and personalized learning. Taught within a learning O365 environment, participants will be able to utilize and practice using all of the free tools available to school districts. Bring your own course content as you will be developing lessons and strategies to immediately take back to your classroom.
Registration is also open for Eduspire's  fall courses
and some are just around the corner!
Browse our list of fall courses, both online and locally offered, beginning September 4th, and check back regularly as additional courses are always being added! 
New Partnerships Forging Successful School District Connections
Eduspire's sister software company, Eduspire Solutions, is blazing the edtech partnership trail this year. With companies like Clever and Troxell, Eduspire Solutions is onboarding more schools with greater ease and speed than ever before. Read on to learn how we're simplifying and securing online learning for today's students, with a little help from our friends.
We're Looking for Guest Bloggers!
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