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EdTech IT Summit for School Technology Pros

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Jun 14

A Unique Opportunity for School Technology Pros

EdTech IT Summit for K12 Professionals

Join your peers and K12 technology thought leaders for a day of exploring the challenges around campus security, E-Rate, and the Connected Classroom.

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Who should attend: School IT Directors and Managers, Network Engineers, Budget Officers, Superintendents, Principals, Vice Principals, Curriculum Developers, Science Chairs, Teacher Leadership.

Fran-Mauney-200x300.pngWe are excited about the speakers we're lining up for July's EdTech IT Summit - especially opening keynote Fran Mauney, whose passion for education earned her three Teacher of the Year honors as well as a Distnguished Teacher award in her home state of South Carolina.

Fran has also served as a Technology Integration Specialist, Instructional Technology Facilitator, a curriculum writer for the South Carolina Department of Education, and piloted a 1:1 Initiative for Title 1 Schools.

In other words: We cannot imagine a better person to kick off a presentation on technology in the 21st Century Classroom.

Fran's presentation will cover the latest technology trends in Education, such as Personalized Learning, Digital Curriculum, Professional Development, 1:1, and STEM and Security. She will also examine ESSA funding and the California State Plan for ESSA.

"We have the opportunity to prioritize technology in ways that can truly transform teaching and learning," Fran says. "By focusing on professional development, personalized learning, content creation, and digital curriculum, state and district leaders are casting vision on how technology is used in their schools."

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All the Benefits of a National Tech Conference in Your Own Backyard

Technology moves fast - and so does your work day. That's why we're keeping this event local, at the Sheraton Universal hotel, conveniently located off the 101 freeway. Enjoy lunch while connecting with your counterparts at other campuses, hear from thought leaders in information technology and curriculum development, view and touch the latest classroom technology products:

  • The New Classroom and the Technology that Supports it
  • Learn how to protect your network from ransomware infections - and how to recover it one gets through your defenses
  • School Community Panel Discussion featuring IT Leaders from local schools.
  • Connecting the Dots: Funding, ERate, and Taking Action on Your School's own Technology Plan

See the complete agenda.

In addition to Intel Education's Fran Mauney's presentation on the convergence of technology and K12 curricula, we're putting together a panel of your school IT peers to talk about the challenges they face. And afternoon keynote Mike Fleetwood will highlight the most recent changes to eRate, as well as resources and strategies you can use to keep pace with technological advances.

Plus, you'll have the opportunity to exchange ideas and talk about security challenges with other campus IT leaders, as well as representatives from Microsoft, Google, HPE, Aruba, Datto, Malwarebytes, and more.

The event is free to K12 employees who shape and manage their community's technology resources. We hope to see you there!

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