WHAT: 60-minute panel on developments in educational technology and how to implement them
WHO: Phil Hintz, Director of Technology for Gurnee School District 56, Illinois
Jerri Kemble, Assistant Superintendent for Lawrence Public Schools, KS
Frank Pileiro, Supervisor of Technology for Linwood Public Schools, NJ
Beatriz Arnillas, Senior Educational Advisor for itslearning
WHEN: Tuesday, August29, 2 PM ET
Newton, MA – Aug. 25, 2017 – On August 29, Tech & Learning magazine Editorial Director Kevin Hogan will moderate a panel of K-12 education experts and district leaders who will discuss key takeaways from the ISTE 2017 Conference and Expoas well asstrategies for applying those educational technology initiativesin the new school year.
Topics of discussion will cover the most impressive educational technology advances panelists saw at ISTE 2017:
·Big Advances in Makerspace
·Game-Based Learning Grows Up
·The Robot Invasion Continues
·Adaptive Learning Keeps Expanding
·The Titans of Tech Descend on ISTE
·OER Takes a Seat at the Table
Each panelist has a distinguished background in education and technology:
Phil Hintz is the director of technology for Gurnee School District 56 inIllinois where he overseesadistrict-wide 1:1 iPad initiative thathasbeendesignatedan Apple Distinguished Program for its innovation, leadership and educational excellence. In 2015,Hintz was named Technology Director of the Year for the state of Illinois.
itslearning’s senior educational advisor Beatriz Arnillas is the former director of IT and education technology for the Houston Independent School District in Texas.In that previous position, Arnillas led the implementation of PowerUp, a district-wide blended learning initiative, and developed the Houston ISD privacy, safety and security rubric in collaboration with Common Sense Media.
Frank Pileiro is the district technology coordinator of Linwood Public Schools in New Jersey and blogs at EdTech Innovations. He is an Authorized Google Education Trainer and a co-organizer of #ChromeCampSNJ and EdCamp South Jersey.
Jerri Kemble,the assistant superintendent overseeingeducational programs and technology for Lawrence School District in Kansas, was named one of the nation’s Tech Savvy Superintendents by “eSchool News” in 2012. Kemble’s“out-of-the-box” thinking has earned herseveral invitations to the White House, includingthe 2014 rollout of President Obama’s Future Ready initiative.
There is no cost to join the webinar, but registration is required. For more information, go to:http://bit.ly/2v1z72f.
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