• TECHSPO'18

     

    ONSITE Registration Button Please note that online registration for Techspo 2018 is closed. You may register onsite at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. For your convenience, you may complete a late registration formand bring it with you to the onsite/late registration desk.

      DON'T MISS TECHSPO '18
    New Jersey's Premier Educational Technology Training and Exhibition Conference for School Leaders and Educators
     
     

    Are you responsible for keeping up with K-12 educational technology tools, trends, and applications for your classroom or perhaps your entire school district? Then join us at TECHSPO '18 — where school leaders and educators are inspired by successful district experiences, innovations, and resources all presented at New Jersey's premier educational technology conference.

     
     

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    JOIN US AT TECHSPO '18!
    January 25-26, 2018
    Harrah's Resort, Atlantic City
    Register by January 3, 2018 to avoid late fees.

     

     

      HEAR WHAT YOUR PEERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT TECHSPO!  
     
     
     

     

     

    Keynote speakers

    Keynote speakers Don Wettrick, Dr. Pamela Moran and Ira Socol will inspire the adoption of new tools and ideas for the year and beyond to help take your district to the next level.

     
      Thursday, January 25th Friday, January 26th  

     

      Don Wettrick Don Wettrick

    Don Wettrick is the Innovation Coordinator at Noblesville High School, and is the author of "Pure Genius: Building a Culture of Innovation and Taking 20% Time to the Next Level." He has worked as a middle school and high school teacher; educational and innovation consultant; CEO, and podcast host. He is also the founder of StartEdUp, an organization dedicated to help transform the school culture toward innovation and enable student-led entrepreneurship.

      Dr. Pamela Moran & Ira Socol Dr. Pamela Moran & Ira Socol

    Dr. Pam Moran, Superintendent, Albemarle County Public Schools, Virginia, was the 2016 Virginia Superintendent of the Year and one of four finalists for the national superintendent of the year. Ira Socol is Executive Director for Innovation and Learning Technology in Albemarle County Public Schools. He was recently recognized by the Center for Digital Education for its annual award to the nation's 2017 top 30 Technologists, Transformers, and Trailblazers.

     
     

    Session categories include:

     
      • Communication and Social Media  
      • Personal Computing Initiatives: 1-to-1, iPads, Tablets, etc.  
      • Innovation  
      • Technology Needs that Drive Educational Curriculum  
      • MakerSpace/Student Showcase  
      • Student Demonstration/Activity/Tech Lesson  
     

    For more information, please visit these links:

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