The school districts of Madison County, Indiana, as part of the Community Alliances to Promote Education (CAPE), Purdue Polytechnic Institute Anderson, and Anderson University have partnered to present eLEAD 2018 on June 12-13, 2017 at Anderson High School in Anderson, Indiana. eLEAD's mission is to showcase and share innovative teaching and learning through technology integration that is happening in cutting-edge classrooms. Further, the event will focus on equipping educators with strategies to implement a technology rich learning environment and to provide students with the twenty-first century skills they need to be college and career ready.


Over the course of the two-day conference, preschool through post secondary educators as well as pre-service candidates will have the opportunity to participate in a number of concurrent sessions. These workshops will be led by local, regional, and nationally known educators and technology professionals and will cover a wide range of technology and instructional topics beneath the strands of Leadership for Education, Engaged Learning, Assessment and Accessibility, and Digital Literacy (LEAD). Two highly sought-after national and international keynote speakers, Kenneth Shelton and Lavonna Roth, will address the conference and host breakout sessions. In addition, local educators will present at the conference to share their expertise and best practices.

Presented in partnership by:

Alexandria Community School Corporation, Anderson Community School Corporation, Anderson University, CAPE Madison County, Elwood Community School Corporation,

Frankton Lapel Community Schools, Madison Grant United School Corporation, Purdue Polytechnic Institute Anderson, South Madison Community School Corporation