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Your Name and Title: Aryeh Eisenberg, Director of Educational Technology, CEO

School or Organization Name: Solomon Schechter Long Island, Edu-Together

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Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Israel

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): Middle and High School administrators, teachers, and ed-tech specialists

Short Session Description (one line): Choosing the best online resources in a very crowded field.

Full Session Description (as long as you would like): 

Meeting the needs of all of our students has become more and more challenging over the years. Often, even the best schools need to look towards online courses and learning programs to meet the needs of certain students. The challenge is that there are so many online course options from which to choose. Many school educators and administrators do not know where to begin, or for what they should really be looking. There are many different types of online courses available and each school needs to choose the platform or platforms that meet their needs. This session will review the different online course options and what qualities should be considered when choosing courses for your students. Very few schools can offer everything in-house. In today's educational world, it is completely normal for a school to bring in courses from the outside. Finding the best option however, can be a challenging process.

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Hi Aryeh,

Thanks for your proposal. I have a question.... is your organization a for profit organization? If so, for profits are required to be sponsors of the conference in order to present.

If you are representing a 501c3, how does your proposal relate to our mission? See here: http://www.globaleducationconference.com/notes/The_GEC_Mission_Stat....  We are focused on globally connected teaching and learning, and we need to see language in your proposal that reflects some global aspect. 

Thanks,

Lucy Gray

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