Technology + Learning Conference in Denver Oct. 27-29

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by EduTVPro, Sep 20, 2004.

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    Register for Technology + Learning Conference by Sept 30

    The annual education technology conference, T+L2: Leading Learning to
    a Higher Level, takes place Oct. 27 to 29, 2004, in Denver, Colorado.

    At T+L2, Michael Hawley, director of special projects at MIT, will be
    joined by dozens of educators at this three-day technology event. Sir
    Ken Robinson, international expert on creativity in education, and
    Cile Chavez, former superintendent and education reformer, will give
    keynote addresses. Other noted speakers include Elliot Soloway, Ian
    Jukes, Cheryl Lemke, Marc Prensky, Bernajean Porter, Susan Patrick,
    Milton Chen, Timothy Waters, and members of the Thornburg Center.

    Hundreds of leading education technology companies, including Apple,
    Gateway, LeapFrog, Pearson Digital Learning, and Scholastic, will
    also be a vital part of the learning experience for conference-goers.

    The core of the conference program is the more than 80 workshop
    presentations. Presenters will be sharing their experiences in
    interactive sessions on No Child Left Behind solutions including the
    use of data, connecting with the community, and improving reading. In
    addition, workshops and roundtable discussions will provide practical
    tools and tips for finding education technology solutions and will
    showcase real-life stories from educators in the field.

    Sponsored by more than 25 nonprofit organizations, this Conference
    brings educators the latest ideas, solutions, and innovations in
    education from across the country.

    Teachers, administrators, and anyone interested in technology are
    welcome to register. There are several insightful pre-conference
    workshops as well. T+L2 is the ideal venue to send a school team to
    get a first-hand look at current technology solutions. To register,
    go to http://www.nsba.org/t+l

    Please forward this message along to colleagues who may be interested
    in attending.
     
    EduTVPro, Sep 20, 2004
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