5th Annual Technology Institute for Educators

 
The 5th Annual Technology Institute for Educators is scheduled for April 19-20, 2013. This year the Institute’s theme is “FUTURE TEACH: Preparing Educators to Use Technology to Promote STEM Education in K-20.” We invite faculty, students, administrators, and staff to participate by submitting proposals and attending the Institute. For more information about the Institute visit http://www.nccu.edu/conferences/TechnologyInstitute/index.cfm and review attached Call for Participation information and Institute’s poster.
We have an exciting program planned for this year. Friday’s opening keynote speaker is Dr. Robin Angotti, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Washington Bothell. Her keynote topic is titled, “Making Kinections in STEM Education.”  Following the keynote presentation, Dr. Angotti will lead a presentation titled, “Telling Stories with Data.” A national leader in the use of educational technology, Angotti’s research interests also include embodied design and representation use in developmental algebra. On Saturday, the opening keynote speaker Dr. Prince Hycy Bull (associate professor at NCCU’s School of Education) and graduate students in the Educational Technology program at NCCU School of Education will lead a presentation titled, “Double Flipping the Classroom.” Saturday’s closing keynote speaker is Mr. Neill Kimrey, Instructional Technology Director at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
We hope your schedule will permit your participation at the Institute and to meet educators from several institutions in the state. On behalf of the technology planning committee, faculty, staff, and students at NCCU’s School of Education, we would like to thank you for your kind consideration of our invitation. For more information about the Institute contact Dr. Prince Bull at 919-530-7287 or by email at phbull@nccu.edu.

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