Hall and Steve are Featured Speakers at NCCE!

Northwest educators, come Blaze the Educational Technology Trail at

NCCE 2012 – Seattle, March 13-16!

Steve Dembo and Hall Davidson are featured speakers at this action-packed conference, and no doubt they will be sharing all kinds of great ideas and resources that will keep your fire ablaze!

Early bird registration is available until February 10, 2012.  Visit the conference registration page today.  Don’t miss out on these great sessions!

Steve’s featured speaker sessions:

Going Mobile
Wednesday, March 14, 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Students are bringing their cell phone, iPods, PDAs and PSPs to school and we respond by forbidding their use or treat confiscation. However, these are the tools of the new generation and educators must change and consider how to utilize and embrace these new online learning tools. Learn how to create websites designed for portable devices as well as some innovative ways mobile devices are being used in education. It’s time we start taking advantage of the technology that students are hiding in their backpacks right now and using them to support good teaching and learning!

TheNewYou.Com
Wednesday, March 14, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
As it becomes increasingly important for our students to have a positive presence on the internet, it is critical that educators lead by example. In this workshop, we will create an online home for yourself, incorporating social media, avatars, video and more. The takeaway? YourNewHomeOnTheInternet.com!

 

Hall’s featured speaker session:

Web 2.0 and Other Digital Tools for Administrators and Superintendents
Wednesday, March 14, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
he tools of Web 2.0 make an administrator’s job easier, faster–and more enjoyable. Exploit tools for communication, monitoring, visioning, social networking and sharing. Twitter, apps, and cellphones offer unexpected benefits. Change the way you work while (importantly) modeling 21st century skills. Content creation, texting, and social sites – they’re not just for students.

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