Presenters have been encouraged to place material they want to share with attendees in a shared Google folder. This makes it easy to find resources for sessions you attend (or sessions you were unable to attend.) Go to the Presenter Resources folder to find the presenters' folder organized by last name. If a presenter is presenting multiple sessions, inside their named folder is a folder for each of their sessions. You can also click the Presenters Resources button on the right side of the home page.
Each of the four session times at the Learning on the Lakeshore 2017 conference, attendees can choose from 19 different sessions or visit a hands-on help room - for over 70 choices! Attend a breakout session for just what you want to learn - whether you're an elementary teacher, secondary teacher, or administrator. Conference presenters include local teachers and administrators sharing their experiences, as well as tech experts coming in to present from across the the state and region. Click image below to open the Breakout Session Sechedule - helping you plan what you will attend - prints two sided legal size. Subject to updates.
The Learning on the Lakeshore Conference offers more than 70 different sixty minute breakout sessions with something for every learner. There are breakout sessions for elementary teachers, science teachers, administrators, Google Classroom and Schoology users, and more. Whether you are a newbie or a tech using veteran, a Chromebook or iPad users, you'll find breakout sessions to meet your needs. Many of the breakout sessions include time to practice what you learn - so be sure to bring a device if possible. Note: some loaner Chromebooks will be available at registration. View the complete list of breakout sessions (14 pages) Subject to change.
Who is presenting? Over 50 different presenters from multiple states will be presenting. View the spreadsheet of presenters and breakout session titles.
Lists of Suggested Breakout Sessions by Subject and Grade Level
Welcome to the Learning on the Lakeshore site. This site hosts information about the annual Learning on the Lakeshore Conference and professional development resources to support West Michigan educators using technology resources to improve teaching and learning.