The 4T Virtual Conference was a huge success last year and we are hoping to have an even bigger turnout this year! Last year we had over 600 teachers presenting and participating in our virtual conference. This year we have a new website up and running on the UofM School of Education server and the call for proposals is open! Please consider presenting. The audience are K-12 teachers and could benefit from your experiences with technology (no matter how small or large). The dates are May 19th through May 22nd! The format has changed a little based on the feedback from last year. We have some excellent Keynote speakers (Matt Levinson of From Fear to Facebook and Gooru Learning!). Please join us! Registration (FREE! Of course!) is open as well.
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