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Mimio Launches New Webinar Series on Using Its Latest Interactive Technologies for Collaborative Learning

Hosted by Educators for Educators, Professional Development Webinar Series Helps Teachers Create Engaging, Collaborative Classrooms  
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Cambridge, MA– Sept. 17, 2014Mimio, developer of the MimioClassroom™ family of interactive teaching technologies, today announced its second annual professional development webinar series designed to help customers make optimal use of its technologies. Educators who are expert with Mimio’s collaborative technologies will host the fall 2014 webinars. Each of the live 30-minute sessions is offered on two separate dates to accommodate attendees' schedules.

“The best people to teach teachers are other teachers,’” said Paget Hetherington, Mimio’s director of global marketing. “All of our presenters have worked in and around classrooms for years, so they understand what session attendees have to deal with and will dispense realistic, useful advice.”

The fall 2014 series includes the following sessions:

Seamless Integration of Curriculum and Technology

This webinar explore how curriculum and technology work together seamlessly in the Mimio classroom. Attendees will receive the latest information on Mimio products that work with Apple and Android mobile devices to create an even more engaging and collaborative learning environment.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, September 25, at 4:00 p.m. ET. Jason Schmidt, who is Instructional Technologist for Bennington Public Schools in Nebraska, a Google Education Trainer, a Moodle Certified Course Creator, and a Mimio Certified Trainer, will host the session. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-9-25-overview to register.

The session will take place again on Tuesday, December 2, at 4:30 p.m. ET. Charli Mullen, a third-grade teacher at Fredericksburg Elementary in Texas and a Mimio Master, will conduct this webinar. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-12-2-overviewto register.

Classroom Collaboration with Mimio

Students must acquire collaboration skills in order to be successful in school and in their lives. This webinar will provide tips and suggestions for using the many features of the updated MimioStudio™ software and MimioMobile™ app for Apple and Android mobile devices to facilitate and encourage collaboration in the classroom.

The webinar will take place on Tuesday, October 7, at 4:30 p.m. ET. Dr. Roland Rios, the technology director at Fort Sam Houston ISD in Texas and a Mimio Certified Trainer, will be the presenter. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-10-7-overview to register.

The webinar will also be held on Tuesday, November 4,at 4:30 p.m. ET. Maribeth Lowe, a Mimio Master and a special education teacher with31 years of teaching experience in both private and public school settings, will host the session. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-11-4-overviewto register.

Getting More from Your Lessons with Mimio

Effective lesson design encourages student engagement, interactivity, and collaboration, and facilitates assessment. This webinar shows attendees how Mimio products can let them incorporate mobile devices in the classroom to make lessons even more engaging and collaborative. Attendees will also receive instructional design tips that will make students' learning experience much more interactive.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, October 23, at 4:30 p.m. ET. Two educators will host this webinar: Lindy George, a Mimio Master and a Mimio Certified Trainer who works as an instructional technology specialist for the Collier County Public schools in Florida, and Claire Pavia, a Mimio Master and a first-grade teacher at Cross Lutheran School in Illinois. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-10-7-overview to register.

The webinar will take place again on Thursday, November 20, at 4:30 p.m. ET. Lindy George and Claire Pavia will once again be the presenters. Visit http://news.mimio.com/mimio-webinar-11-20-overview to register.

About Mimio

Mimio is a global leader in interactive teaching technologies that offer a better way to learn and an empowering way to teach. Our award-winning, innovative, and affordable hardware, software, and curriculum increase teacher effectiveness and student engagement in K-12 classrooms. For more information, visit mimio.com. Follow Mimio on Twitter @MimioTechnology and “Like” us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Mimio.Technology.

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