Students and educators will join together on May 26 at the University of Maine for a one-day student conference to understand the power and possibilities delivered to them through Maine’s Learning Through Technology Initiative (MLTI). This is the thirteenth year of the event and it promises to be one of the most exciting!
Student Conference News Flash
A special guest Donn Fendler, whose story of survival captivated Maine and the nation for nine days in 1939 and became the best-selling book “Lost on a Mountain in Maine“, is coming to the MLTI Student Conference. He will be joined by Maine author Lynn Plourde and artist Ben Bishop, who collaborated to create the graphic novel “Lost Trail” based on Fendler’s story.
Uber Session alert: In Block 3, we will be in Minecraft, hoping not to be “Lost on a Mountain in Maine.”
Important Registration Information
Schools may register up to 40 students and eight adults in a 5:1 ratio. For example, four students may be accompanied by one adult; 12 students to three adults; 34 students to seven adults. Adult only registrations are not permitted.
Registration will close at 1,000 student registrations or by May 13 at 4 p.m., whichever comes first. Register now to reserve your spot.
For questions contact MLTI Project Assistant Juanita Dickson at juanita.dickson at maine.gov.