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posted Sep 18, 2012, 11:00 AM by Jeff Hunt

This year’s TechCon Lineup includes:

JAIME CASAP
Education Senior Evangelist
Google

Opening General Session and
Using Google Tools in the Classroom

PATRICK BEEDLES
Account Executive
Apple, Inc.

Going to the Cloud and
Closing General Session

JON BERGMANN
Lead Technology Facilitator
Joseph Sears School / Kenilworth SD 38

Digital Classroom Revolution

KEITH BOCKWOLDT
Director of Technology Services
Township High School District 214

Business App Media

BETH GEMMILL
National Accounts Manager
Middlebury Interactive Languages

Digital Classroom Revolution

JOHN GIBSON
Business Manager
Homewood SD 153

Business App Media

JIM GUBBINS
District Technology Coordinator
Maine Township High School District 207

From Egg to Flight: A Guide to Twitter

DAVID JAKES
Coordinator Instructional Technology
Glenbrook HSD 225

Cartography on the Cutting Edge

PHIL LACEY
Director of Institutional Technology Services
Niles Twp. HSD 219

Using Open Educational Resources (OER) to Develop a Digital, Sustainable Curriculum

NADINE NORRIS
Institutional Technology Coordinator

Comm. Cons. Sch. Dist. 15
Mobile Devices: Lessons Learned 

JIM PETERSON
Treasurer, Past President
Illinois Chief Technology Officers

Cloud Basics and
Savings with the IlliniCloud

BILL SPAKOWSKI
Managed Services Mgr.
Single Path, LLC

Social Media: A Hands-On Discussion

HENRY THIELE
Dir./Technology
Maine Twp. HSD 207

Killing FUD & Dispelling Myths Around Google Apps for Education

JACQUELINE WERNZ
Associate
Franczek Radelet P.C.

Social Media: A Hands-On Discussion

MATTHEW WICKS
Chief Operating Officer
International Association for K-12 Online Learning

Digital Classroom Revolution

THOMAS ZELEK, SR.
Business Manager
Elmwood Park CUSD 401

Social Media: A Hands-On Discussion


Over 150 years of combined experience and expertise…

Although each brings specific background to the table, the speakers at this year’s TechCon share one thing in common: a passion for technology and education.

Representatives from Google, Apple and Microsoft will combine their expertise with business managers and technology coordinators who are true pioneers in the flipped classroom movement, Web 2.0, 1:1 deployment, and much more…

Judging from the depth of experience represented, this conference is sure to meet the diverse needs of school districts across the state: wherever you are at in your technology implementation.

Sign up you and your staff now to glean from all this expertise!

Or, learn more about the experience these speakers bring to TechCon.

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