T+L Delivers Strategies to Help Your District Do More With Less
In these challenging times it is more important than ever to learn how technology can help your district succeed. This year’s T+L Conference showcases the latest education technology tools and programs to save your district money AND boost achievement.
At T+L, we’ll examine the current initiatives: the Education Technology and the National Broadband Plans, and the reauthorization of ESEA – and look closely at what tools are available that can help your district embrace innovation while maximizing limited funds.
2010 programming will include more than 80 district workshops sharing best practices and innovative strategies on these timely topics:
Digital Content – How digital resources can transform learning and cut costs, including virtual schools and distance learning, open resources, innovative devices for access, Web 2.0 tools, and more.
Creating & Supporting Learning Environments – New programs that can actually cut costs while promoting safe infrastructure, 24x7 access, innovative facility designs, enhanced communication channels, green technologies, and data systems.
Education Technology Policy & Advocacy – The latest legal issues including cyber safety, sexting, student-faculty communications, strategies for building community partnerships, and the use of data to guide leadership.
International Perspectives – Projects and tools that support international collaboration between teachers & students, global perspectives on the use of technology to enhance learning, and examples of the changing global marketplace.
Professional Development Communities – Strategies for content, design, or delivery of professional development, with examples that use data and support models for continuous improvement
S.T.E.M. – Initiatives that engage students and the community, prepare teachers, or create compelling career pathways to enhance science, technology, engineering, and math.