All faculty are invited to attend the College of Education annual technology conference on Saturday, November 15th from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Attend all or part of the conference to learn how instructional technology is being used in K-12 classrooms. Teachers, ISD and district technology integrationists, and faculty from peer institutions in lower Michigan are the primary presenters, sharing their experience and success with integrating technology into the classroom in a meaningful and pedagogically sound way.
Through a continued collaboration between the College of Education, the MSU College of Education Alumni Association and the Master of Arts in Educational Technology Program, the conference will be FREE OF CHARGE to all attendees. Light breakfast items will be available before the keynote.
We are excited that Rebecca Garcia will be the opening keynote. Rebecca is the co-founder of CoderDojo NYC, a non-profit teaching youth to code. In 2013 she was awarded as the U.S. White House ‘Champion of Change’ for Tech Inclusion for her work to bring STEM education to underrepresented groups, especially youth and women. She was the youngest person to receive this award. Currently she is a Developer Evangelist at Squarespace, empowering people to build their ideas on the web.
Follow this link to register: http://goo.gl/xanCyO
Thank you for your time and we hope to see you on November 15th!