Learning on the Lakeshore 2018

Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Time: 8:15 AM - 3:10 PM (registration starts at 7:30 am)


The registration period has closed for this event.


Registration is $30.00. (Includes lunch)



Registration open through 8/12/2018 11:59 PM EST



The Muskegon Area ISD is proud to present the Fifth Annual Learning on the Lakeshore Technology Integration Conference!


Breakout Session Descriptions


To learn more about the conference, please visit the Learning on the Lakeshore website.

About Us

The MAISD is a strong regional education service agency serving the public schools of Muskegon and parts of Oceana, Ottawa, and Newaygo counties.

Our primary mission is to provide the leadership, programs, and services that enhance the success of everyone we serve and it is our vision to be the premier source for quality educational leadership, programs, and services.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Cancellations must be made in writing to registrar@muskegonisd.org no later than seven (7) days prior to the start date of the workshop. Phone cancellations are not accepted. 'No shows' will be charged the full registration amount.

Inclement Weather Policy

In case of inclement weather, all events at the MAISD North Building will continue as scheduled unless the MAISD itself is closed. An announcement would be made through local media outlets, as well as the MAISD Facebook and the @MAISD Twitter, if the MAISD were to close due to weather.

In the event of a two-hour delay at the MAISD North Building:

  • Events beginning at 10:00 am or later will continue as scheduled.

  • Full-day events (those lasting at least five hours) scheduled to begin before 10:00 am will begin at 10:15 am.

  • Partial-day events beginning before 10:00 am will be canceled.

Exceptions to this policy will be communicated to participants via email at least 12 hours in advance of expected inclement weather.

Continuing Education

5 Professional Development Hours

3-5 SCECHs Available


MAISD Registration Assistance

(231) 767-7243



The Power of Story in the Classroom

Trevor Muir


Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools in the human arsenal. For most of human history, stories have been the primary means in which people have passed down knowledge, technology, culture, religion, and entertainment. Neurological research has even found that storytelling has permanent, lasting effects on the brain; more than any other form of communication. This power of story needs to be harnessed in the classroom.

Keynote Sponsored by

Sehi Computer Products, Inc.


Mona Shores High School

1121 Seminole Rd
Norton Shores, MI 49441

Click here for directions


Park in Performing Arts Center parking lot on East end of building. Registration & Keynote are in the Performing Arts Center.

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