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Calling for Proposals for our Secondary Technology Conference 2015

Posted by Ken Zimmerman

Thu, Jul 9, 2015

Do you remember the Classrooms for the Future Secondary Collaboration Days several Intermediate Units held a a number of years ago back when the PA Department of Ed issued CFF grants?  It was such an exciting few years where so many secondary education teachers received a lot of technology for their classrooms in order to maximize student learning.  As a result, over the years we held several secondary collaboration days providing a venue for secondary educators to get together and collaborate on best practices and tools for student learning. 

Due to popular demand, Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 is once again hosting a Secondary Technology Conference for 7th-12th grade educators & administrators on December 9, 2015 (the day after the Elementary Technology Conference)!

We are pleased to announce that our Keynote speaker is this year's closing Keynote at ISTE, Josh Stumpenhorst. His work has been recognized by the International Society of Technology Educators (ISTE) as they named Josh a member of their “Emerging Leaders Class of 2011”.  Click here for more information Josh Stumpenhorst.  We are very excited to have Josh open our day's events with an encouraging and challenging keynote for secondary teachers.

Come join your colleagues as they share ways to engage your students with technology-rich lessons and ideas. Choose from over 32 sessions on instructional best practices to new Web 2.0 tools and more!

We need your expertise and would like you to share how you integrate technology in your secondary classroom. Or, are you an secondary administrator who is willing to share how you leverage technology leadership in your buildings?  We would like to have a special administrator track for the morning. We are looking for secondary teachers and administrators who are willing to present a 50 minute session spotlighting your technology integration passions. Consider submitting a proposal for this year's Secondary Technology Conference via our STC Wikispace

Maybe you have been working on a new blended learning approach to teaching? Is there a new instructional strategy you have been implementing with your 1:1 classroom? Have you discovered a new tool which really helps you reach higher order thinking skills with your students? Maybe you have decided to flip your faculty meetings? We want to hear from you!

We would love to hear how you are customizing learning for students through leveraging the use of technology in your classrooms.  Session proposals fill up fast, so don't delay!

Submit a proposal today!

Registration is now open!

Topics: Secondary Technology Conference