Early registration is now open for the annual MSU College of Education Technology Conference.
Sponsored by the College of Education Alumni Association, the Master of Arts in Educational Technology Program and College of Education, the 31st Annual Educational Technology Conference will enable you to explore the various dimensions of technology. This includes excellent examples of teaching with technology in K-12 schools, from experts and practicing teachers who actively integrate technology into their curriculum and assessment. This is a great opportunity to meet with colleagues and teachers to share ideas about technology in the classroom. If requested, all participants will receive a certificate of attendance and completion. This year’s conference will be FREE OF CHARGE to all attendees.
We are excited to announce 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 a U.S. White House ‘Champion of Change’ for Tech Inclusion for her work to bring STEM education to underrepresented groups, especially youth and women.
Types of Conference Sessions
The conference offers concurrent sessions in the morning immediately after the Featured Presentation at 10:15 a.m and workshops in the afternoon after a lunch break. During concurrent sessions, experienced educators or trainers present a topic and discuss its relevance and applicability to the K-12 classroom and learning experiences as a pre-service or in-service educator. Workshops offer an opportunity for hands-on instruction in an hour and a half block of time.
A complete list of sessions will be posted after September 15th. Attendees that register early will be contacted to pre-register for workshops after that date.
Thank you for your interest in the 2014 MSU College of Education Technology Conference!
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