November 2017 Keynote
Presentation: Brent Coley
As teachers and administrators, we make a difference in the lives of students every single day -- even when we don't realize it. Like superheroes, we possess incredible power capable of shaping the lives of those we serve, and technology can only strengthen this superpower. Be inspired and encouraged as Brent shares stories from the classroom and front office that remind us of our influence in the world of education -- our #eduinfluence.
Brent Coley has been an educator in southern California for over 20 years as both a teacher and an administrator. He is currently principal of Alta Murrieta Elementary in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District. He is also an instructional technology leader in his district, helping teachers infuse technology into their teaching to support student learning. Brent is a firm believer in the power of collaboration and sharing. Find out more at BrentColey.com.B
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November’s Featured Presenters include...
Jeremy Badiner, Google Education Trainer, Instructional Technology Coach, Gull Lake Community Schools
Larry Baker, Apple Distinguished Educator, Tech Innovation Team Leader, Mercy High School
Megan Black Technology and Learning Specialist, The Grosse Pointe Academy
Karen Bosch, Apple Distinguished Educator, PreK - 8 technology instructor from Southfield Christian School
Stacy Cushman, Academic Dean, Marian High School
Steve Dickie, Teacher of physics, electronics, micro-controllers at Dearborn Divne Child H.S.
Marnie Diem, Coordinator of Technological Adventures at Hillel Day School
Dr. Alison Kline-Kator, Religious Studies Department Chair, Mercy High School
Dr. Jason Siko Professor, Instructional Designer, Futurist Madonna University
John Sowash, Google Education Trainer and Google Certified Teacher
Lori Wetzel, K-8 Media Specialist, Apple Distinguished Educator, Fraser Public Schools
Last Year our Google Hangout presenters were a big hit. This year’s include...
Steve Bambury JESS (U.A.E.) Apple Distinguished Educator and Co-Founders of award winning iPadeducators web site.
Katie Morrow, Technology Facilitator for Educational Service Unit 8 in Nebraska., Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher, and SMART Exemplary Educator
Derek Rhodenizer, Director of Academics at Académie Westboro Academy, Ottawa, Canada
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Cost: (Includes continental breakfast and lunch)
$50 Early registration -- individual
$40 Early registration -- per person for a group of five or more registering together
After October 13: All registration $60 per person
8-9 Registration and
Session/Workshop Topics include:
Virtual reality in the classroom
Apps for administrators
Leveraging social media
Bringing teachers on board with tech