Attendee Registration for TETC 2017 is Open!
Registration fees are as follows:
- Early Bird Registration - $185 --July 19 - September 30, 2017
- Regular Registration - $225, October 1 - November 17, 2017
- Registration closed - November 18 - November 28, 2017
- On-site November 29-30 - $250
- Registration for School Personnel Lead Presenter is $100
- Vendor presentations will be purchased through vendor packages
If paying with PO, it should be made out as follows:
TETC or TETA
c/o McRae Conferences & Trade Shows
1401 Maclay Commerce Dr.
Tallahassee, FL 32312
We are adding Pre-Conference Workshops this year on November 29, 2017, from 8:30-11:30 AM CST
Cost is $50; limit of 40 per workshop. This is NOT included in the price of the conference that begins at 1:00PM on November 29 - December 1, 2017.
Signup is available on the Attendance Application
Workshop Choices are:
- STEM and Makerspaces
Jill Pierce, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), McMinn County Schools
Go beyond code with collaborative STEM activities, nurturing students' imaginations in ways no other education program can. STEM & Makerspaces represent the democratization of design, engineering, fabrication, and education. This 3-hour workshop will give you a 101 of hands on with free paid resources that you can use in your schools. We will discuss Cross-platform apps are approachable for all skill levels, allowing you to reach as many minds as possible.
- Breakout EDU
Mark Hudson and Renee Loan, Personalized Learning Facilitators, Lenior City Schools
Join us for this special 3-hour session on Breakout EDU. First, we will cover the basics of Breakout EDU; how do you setup a game, and what can you expect from your students when you play Breakout in your own classroom? Then, we will run a breakout game, with those in session competing against each other! Finally, we will discuss building content-specific breakout games from the ground up. If you value critical thinking, collaboration, and student engagement, this is a session you won't want to miss!
- TEAMing up for Success with Microsoft Office 365 for Education
Jennifer Malone, Technology/6-8 Curriculum Supervisor, Loundon County Schools
Are you ready to explore a new productivity tool that will bring together all the common Office 365 apps you use in your classroom? TEAMS integrates your OneNote Class Notebooks along with other Office 365 apps you already use like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Planner. Assignment management is build into TEAMS along with data sync to your student management system for grading and feedback. We will take a deep dive into TEAMS with time built in for practice. In addition, other Office 365 apps - Sway, Planner, Steam, and Flow - will be introduced. You will need to bring your own device with Microsoft Office 365 enabled.
- Certified BrainPOP Educator Program Training
BrainPOP Team Members
Our Certified BrainPOP Educator program recognizes teachers who demonstrate a mastery of our resources and notable creativity when using them to help students learn. The designation gives you exclusive access to a global community of fellow certified educators - a forum for sharing the exciting things you and your students are doing, and gathering other educators' ideas and best practices. To become a Certified BrainPOP Educator, attend a blended training workshop with BrainPOP Educators team, fulfill supplemental requirements and participate in our online community. Certified BrainPOP Educators are the first to know about new developments at BrainPOP and may receive opportunity to beta test new features, provide advice to developers, and more.
- Let's Get Googling, K-12
Johanna Cole Whitley, Ed.S, Director of Technology & ACTV Station Administrator, Anderson County Schools
Participants will learn how to deploy Google Drive, Google Calendar, Google Forms, Google Classroom, and Google Photos to improve instruction. We will focus on Sharing Options, Add-Ons and Extensions that promote personalized instruction. Bring your laptop or chromebook and we will get Googling!