Wondering what we'll be covering at Tech Forum on May 9? Our breakout sessions are a key component of this information-packed day. Geared especially to administrators, mentor teachers and other education technology leaders, these sessions offer an in-depth look at some of the hottest topics affecting the K-12 ed tech community. Similarly, our roundtable discussions, on topics suggested by you when you register, and mini-workshops provide a great opportunity for you to network with fellow technology leaders.
Here's a quick look at the lineup for May 9:
• The Other Two Letters in STEM: Technology and Engineering's Role in Today's Classrooms
• 1:1 and BYO Districts Tell Their Stories
• Formative Assessment and Personalized Learning
• It STILL Takes a Village: Building Parental and Community Support
AFTER-LUNCH ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS & MINI-WORKSHOPS:
• Going 1:1 with Chromebooks
• Managing iPads in the classroom
• Project-based Learning
• The Evolving Role of the Library/media Center
• Open Education Resources (OER)
• Collaborative Leadership
• Apps for the Common Core
• Google Apps for Education: Next Steps
• Students as Video Producers and Multimedia Authors
• Planning With Support from SAMR
• Designing Learning Spaces
To view an overview of the day, click here.
Who Should Attend Tech Forum?
Tech Forum brings together some of the brightest minds and forward-thinking leaders involved in education technology. Each event is carefully designed for district- and building-level administrators,technology directors, technology coordinators,IT managers, librarians and media specialists,board of education members, and anyone involved in the planning, decision-making and/or purchasing of technology for schools and districts.
Bring a Team, Save a Ton
One of the most beneficial ways to experience Tech Forum is to bring a team. Not only does it save you money, it also allows you to tap into the full range of session options and continue the learning when you return to your district. Click here to view the group rates.