From the Maine Department of Education
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News & Updates
Computer Science Education Showcase Highlights Maine’s Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Approach to Computer Science
Students and educators from across Maine showed off their computer science skills at the Maine Department of Education’s Computer Science Education Showcase at the Roux Institute. The showcase highlighted innovative computer science education programs in schools across Maine, with hands on, interactive exhibits featuring robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), 3D design and printing, coding, augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR), data science, cybersecurity, and more. | More
Governor Mills Announces Statewide Expansion of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Maine
During a virtual discussion with iconic singer-songwriter Dolly Parton at the National Governor’s Association today, Governor Janet Mills announced that the State of Maine is launching a statewide expansion of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in 2023. | More
MTSS Monday Minute, July 11th, 2022 – Reviewing Maine’s MTSS Framework Graphic – Is now Available!
Have you seen the most recent MTSS (multi-tiered system of supports) Monday Minute? This week’s M&M features a sort of “fieldtrip” where we navigate over to a video within the video and explore Maine’s MTSS Framework as it appears on the MTSS webpage. In the video we walk through each of the 4 pillars of the framework and briefly explore the components of each pillar. | More
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Professional Development & Training Opportunities
Reminder: Live and Work in Maine Community Event for Educators July 19th at the Roux Institute
Live and Work in Maine is hosting a series of community events around the state, and the Maine Department of Education is a partner for their July 19th event for educators. | More
Reminder: Still Time to Register for the 2022 Maine Educator Summit!
The 2022 Maine Educator Summit will take place at the Augusta Civic Center on August 9-10, 2022. Registration for this event will close soon- register TODAY. The summit will offer a multitude of sessions around topics like interdisciplinary learning, school safety, supporting students’ mental and physical health, special education, building the educator workforce, and more. Participants will be able to join several different learning sessions, and the Maine DOE is encouraging teams from each SAU to register. Further information regarding accommodations, transportation, and the event schedule is available on the DOE Maine Educator Summit web page.
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Latest DOE Career/Project Opportunities:
Website and Technology Coordinator
The Maine Department of Education is hiring a Website and Technology Coordinator to work on our Communications Team! Learn more about the position and how to apply here | More
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