Instructor Named to Apple Distinguished Educator Advisory Board

ADE Advisory Board

CRAS instructor Robert Brock (top row - right) with the rest of the ADE advisory board members in front of Apple's headquarters.

In 2009 CRAS instructor Robert Brock was accepted into Apple’s ADE (Apple Distinguished Educator) program which recognizes educators who integrate technology into the curricula and their learning environments in meaningful ways. Brock’s ADE application centered around the Conservatory’s integration of its 1:1 laptop program, where every enrolled student receives a MacBook computer. Brock has since been named as a member of the ADE advisory board and this week he attended his first board meeting at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino California. As a board member he will help to shape the direction of the ADE program, its online community and contribute to the planning of the summer institutes which gather ADE’s from across the country for a week of technology centered professional development.

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