Christa mcauliffe technology conference

Christa mcauliffe technology conference

Langevin floor remarks on the 15th anniversary of help

In honor of Christa’s memory and in keeping with her spirit, this conference will concentrate on educators sharing good technology practices. The conference will serve as a platform for sharing technology-based success stories, integration tips, instructional methods, technological solutions, and management techniques that have proven to be effective in the classroom.
In honor of Christa’s memory and in keeping with her spirit, this conference will concentrate on educators sharing good technology practices. The conference will serve as a platform for sharing technology-based success stories, integration tips, instructional methods, technological solutions, and management techniques that have proven to be effective in the classroom.
The 2014 Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference (CMTC), co-sponsored by NHSTE and NHSAA, marks 28 years of exploring the role of technology in 21st-century teaching and learning. This year, CMTC, New England’s largest education technology meeting, provides 14 Monday PreConference workshops and 33 BYOD workshops, as well as over 150 concurrent sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Sylvia Martinez, Ken Shelton, and Rushton Hurley are the keynote speakers for 2014. Robbie Melton, Susan Ballard, Amy Cantone, and Allison Mollica are among the SpotLight speakers. A STE(A)M Student Showcase will be held on Wednesday.

Christa mcauliffe technology conference

In honor of Christa’s memory and in keeping with her spirit, this conference will concentrate on educators sharing good technology practices. The conference will serve as a platform for sharing technology-based success stories, integration tips, instructional methods, technological solutions, and management techniques that have proven to be effective in the classroom. The emphasis is on what is possible with the tools we have today, based on the principle of collegial sharing. The conference also serves as a venue for researchers to learn about new and emerging technologies.

Inside innovation: tips from bae systems (fast labs

This year at the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference, I was thrilled to present two sessions. I was looking forward to talking about EdTech coaching and then sharing tools to improve collaboration in one of the sessions. The resources from the event are listed below.
Too frequently, schools adopt new technologies without a strategy for assisting and coaching teachers as they manage the process of successfully integrating it in their classrooms. Increasing the ability to assist teachers and help them increase student achievement is one key to launching and promoting the marriage of EdTech and curriculum. The needs of today’s students are changing as they grow up in the digital learning age. Knowing how to combine existing technology with current educational best practices and techniques engages students and helps them learn more effectively. A crucial step in this process is to support educators.
To meet the needs of the students, we must distinguish instruction/support, just as we do with teaching. There is no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” solution. It’s also not a one-time thing; it’s a continuous cycle of help. Setting targets, co-planning lessons, observation, and debriefing after the lesson are all part of this period. The instructor and the integration specialist work together on – stage.

Alan november – who owns the learning? preparing

The conference will serve as a platform for sharing technology-based success stories, integration tips, instructional methods, technological solutions, and management techniques that have proven to be effective in the classroom. The emphasis is on what is possible with the tools we have today, based on the principle of collegial sharing. The conference also serves as a venue for researchers to learn about new and emerging technologies.
Sara DeWitt is the Vice President of PBS KIDS Digital, where she is in charge of the day-to-day production of PBS’ multiplatform content for children and families. Sara has led the development of cutting-edge techniques for creating connected and immersive educational experiences for children through multiple media channels. This includes the Kidscreen and Webby Award-winning PBSKIDS.org website, which has over 13 million monthly unique users and provides hundreds of games, videos, and events. Sara was instrumental in the creation of the PBS KIDS Video App, which offers more free educational video content on mobile than any other children’s media organization. Babble called the app one of the “50 Best Video Apps for Parents.” DeWitt worked as a preschool teacher and a management researcher before joining PBS KIDS.

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