Monday, May 16, 2011

4T Virtual Education Technology Conference! FREE for K-12 edcuators and administrators

The 4TVirtualCon is an opportunity for educators from across the globe to connect, network, and learn from each other about issues in technology education. The current Elementary and Secondary Master of Arts with Certification (MAC) interns at the University of Michigan School of Education are assisting with the development of the conference. The conference is FREE and OPEN to all educators. However, most sessions will be targeted to K-12 practicing and preservice teachers. The conference will be held virtually—no plane tickets, no hotel fees! The opening keynote will begin on Sunday, May 22nd at 7:00 p.m. and the conference will continue through 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25th. All sessions will be live and archived. Educators and others are invited to present by submitting a conference session. The conference is run by instructors from the MAC programs at the University of Michigan School of Education. While the conference is free and open, registration is required. In addition, interested educators can get SB CEU's by attending the virtual conference.

Employment Connection!
As part of our Virtual 4T Conference we are having an Educators Employment Connection on Wed 25th at 10:00pm. Current teachers & administrators can post and describe positions that are available in your school district! Connect with current teachers and preservice teachers who are interested in those positions. Please let us know about any job openings in your district (use link to get to form).


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