EdTechs @ MACUL

A Rally to Connect, Share, and Grow.

Unite and Collaborate in 2015!

Supporting educators using new tools and strategies? Want to connect with other professionals in the field? Join us in Detroit during the MACUL pre-conference! This unique afternoon, bringing together leaders from across the state, is an opportunity to learn from and work with each other. Come ready to discuss, question, laugh, debate, share and collaborate on a real-world challenge!
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This event is capped at 75 attendees and is anticipated to sell out.

EdTech Rally - MACUL 2015

Wednesday, March 18th, 1-4:30pm

1 Washington Boulevard Detroit, MI 48226

Held at Cobo Center during the MACUL Pre-Conference

$60 includes afternoon refreshments


Further information sent by email prior to the event

Ruckus After the Rally dinner meet-up requires separate RSVP.


How do we design, start and sustain meaningful technology integration in our schools?


12:30-1:00- Registration

1-1:25- Opening & Team Activity

1:30-2:55- Roundtable Sessions

2:55-3:05- Break

3:05-4:10- Circles of Support

4:10-4:20- Future of EdTech Rally Group

4:20-4:30- Wrap Up


5:30- 8:00 Ruckus After the Rally Dinner

Agenda Details:

Roundtable Sessions:

New Tools, New ideas, and New connections. What’s interesting, intriguing, and/or challenging right now?

Circles of Support:

Rally around the challenge of one group member to prototype a working solution to an immediate need or problem related to technology integration, leadership or another pressing topic.

Ruckus After the Rally

An informal networking dinner meet-up @ the beautiful new Buffalo Wild Wings in downtown Detroit!

1218 Randolph Street, Detroit, MI

RSVP here if you plan on attending.

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Who is this for?

The meeting is open to any K-16 Michigan educator who supports other educators with instructional technology and wants to collaborate with others who have related roles (either full, part time or extra duty). You do not need to have an official title... if you do it might include, but isn’t limited to: Instructional Technology Specialist, Technology Integrator, 21st Century Literacy Coach, Educational Technology Consultant, Instructional Coach, Building Tech Guru, etc.

Who is putting this on?

The idea started with a conversation between a group of Instructional Techs at the district and county level. The first Rally took place at MACUL in 2013. The planning committee consists of Andrew Steinman, Kim Powell, Kit Hard, Rebecca Young, Jessica Winstanley, Kerry Guiliano and Brad Wilson.

What should I bring?

An open mind, ideas to contribute, questions to ask, a device, business cards. Further details announced via email to registrants.


Contact Andrew Steinman, Kent ISD Educational Technology Consultant

See You In the D!

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