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Keynote Panelist: Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin is the Principal of Burlington High School in Massachusetts where is just completed his 13th year as a high school administrator and sixth as a building Principal. Prior to serving as a school administrator, Patrick was a high school English teacher. As an Assistant Principal, Patrick was named Assistant Principal of the Year in the state of Massachusetts. He also is a former Executive Board member in the Massachusetts Secondary Schools Administrators Association (MSSAA) and he recently completed a two year term as a member of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges’ Commission on Public Secondary Schools. He is an avid blogger and a proponent of social media to better engage teachers, students, and parents in the education process.

”I have earned more learned more from my Personal Learning Network (PLN) in less than two years than I did in my previous decade in education,” says Larkin. ”This is the most exciting time in history to be involved in education and I am enjoying every minute of it!”

Education Leadership Panel: Effective Leadership in Schools
Description: The panel will focus on Educational Leadership and how teachers can get their leadership on board with using technology or innovative practices.

Date & Times: Fri. July 30th 5:30pm-6pm LA/ 8:30pm NYC/1:30am, Sat. 7/31, London/ 2:30am, Sat. 7/31 Paris/ 10:30am, Sat., Sydney/ 9:30am, Sat., Tokyo
Click here for more time zones!

Click here to join the Education Leadership Panel Discussion: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.74F226914DE4DE1AFDA5D27876CE97

If you missed the Education Leadership Panel Discussion, click here to see the archive: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2010-07-30.1719.M.50C91CD8007858C57555754F6933CF.vcr&sid=2008350

Presenter’s Website: Burlington H.S. Principal’s Blog

Twitter: @BHSPrincipal

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