EdTech 2012: Register Now for this Exciting Two-day Conference for Educators
Attention Teachers, Library Media Specialists, ITRTs and Administrators! EdTech 2012 will be held at Virginia State University March 14 and 15, 2012. Register online (Credit Card) for one of the most dynamic professional development opportunities in the state of Virginia. Use this form to Register with a PO# or to Register with a Credit Card.
This exciting two day conference will provide educators with the chance to network and share ideas and strategies on how to effectively integrate technology into the curriculum, while also modeling best practices in the classroom. We have several exciting sessions planned on topics such as using Web 2.0 tools for literacy, integrating iTunes University in your classroom, the 21st century and technology, digital footprints, technology-based grading, using digital technology and many more.
And remember - this year’s conference will be hosted at Virginia State University March 14 and 15, 2012.
Come out and join us for EdTech 2012, and experience some of what your education colleagues have shared from last year’s EdTech:
- “This was an absolutely fantastic conference. Thank you so much for having this valuable conference for teachers!”
- “I am so pleased with the conference. I recommend it to all my colleagues.”
- “Everything! I am very pleased with the administrator strand. Very well organized and informative.”
- “The price of the conference was a great value considering all the resources we received.”
- “Organization of this event is excellent, and the variety of offerings hits the ‘something for everyone’.”
- “I liked the Apple and PC platforms, great lunches. EdTech is well organized, economical, with cutting edge technology.”
- “Keep up the EXCELLENT work! Always a great conference!”
- “I love your conference…a home town regional feel with great presentations!”
- “I loved all the cutting edge sessions I attended.”
- “I enjoyed the national keynote speakers, location, administrative strand, opportunity to network.”
- “There were multiple courses (sessions) to choose / relevant information for the classroom.”
- “I liked the variety of formats: in-depth workshops and informational sessions.”