Orange Welcomes Educational Technology Pros to NEOTIE Conference!
September 30, 2016
Orange Schools welcomes local educators for the third annual NEOTIE Educational Technology Conference on October 1, 2016 at Orange High School.
With more than 30 sessions throughout the day, topics will include "Going paperless with Google", "My 2-Year Tech Transformation", "Introduction to LMS's and SAMR", "You'll Get a Kick out of ClassKick!", "Breakout of the Norm!", "Digital Formative Assessment Techniques", "Becoming a Fly on the Wall: Using Tech to Foster Student-Driven Learning", "Google Apps for Differentiation", "The WOW! Factor: Increasing Student Engagement and Comprehension Using Technology", "Project-Based Learning: The Basics", and many more!
All presenters are local educators themselves, and are more than willing to share what works in their classrooms, and more importantly, what doesn't work so well. All have extensive backgrounds in teaching with technology, and integrating technology in the classroom for true, game-changing experiences. NEOTIE is excited to bring them all together in one place.
Registration is limited, so sign up soon. Individual registration is $15 and includes breakfast, lunch, and t-shirt, and access to all keynote and breakout sessions. Group registration and discounts are available if you sign up as a team. All registration is handled using Eventbrite.
Educators: Learn more about the conference and register here, or visit neotie.org for more information.
NEOTIE is the Northeast Ohio Technology Innovators in Education group consisting of developed by progressive tech folks in Northeast Ohio. They discuss everything from professional staff development to managing wireless, but it is more curriculum and practice, and less tech specs and network stuff.
NEOTIE members include:
- Jennette Kane, Technology Coordinator at Orange Schools
- Andreas Johansson, Director of Technology Integration at Kenston Schools
- Sean Whelan, Director of Technology & Communication at West Geauga Schools
- Mike Daugherty, Director of Technology & Information Systems at Chagrin Falls Schools
- Ken Veon, Director of Operations & Technology at Beachwood Schools