Sharing Practices

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On Oct. 21, Middle School Principal Dr. Timothy Martin and Assistant Principal James Cameron, along with Director of Fine and Performing Arts Vincent Green, delivered a presentation at the 2014 Long Island Technology and Education Summit in Huntington.

Their presentation, “Creating a TV Studio on a Shoestring Budget,” explained to a packed room how school districts can set up and maintain various forms of inside media. Since presenting at the summit, they’ve had interest from several other districts on Long Island to visit Islip and learn more about the school’s weekly media productions.

According to the website of Nassau BOCES, which co-sponsored the event along with Western and Eastern Suffolk BOCES, this year’s agenda focused on “solutions to help you improve student achievement and inspire creativity and innovation in the digital age.”