4T Virtual Conference Newsletter
April 26th 2016
Join us May 21-23 from the comfort of your home!
New Admin Panel Just Added
Title: Bringing Tech To Scale: Technology and Leadership
Panelists: Julie Helber of Saline Area Schools, Mark Hess of Walled Lake Schools, and Mary Ann Wolf of NC State University
Integrating instructional technology effectively across a school or district takes vision, funds, planning, infrastructure, and professional development. What does this look like and how do educators overcome the barriers that might stand in their way? Hear from four state, district, and school leaders on the topic.
Earn No Cost SCECHs
How to participate in the 4T
Step 3: Friday May 20th, you will get an email with links to all the sessions for May 21st. Join whichever sessions you like (if applying for SCECHS, make sure you login with your full name in each session).
Step 4: Saturday May 21st, you will get an email with links to all sessions for Sunday May 22nd. Join whichever sessions you like (if applying for SCECHS, make sure you login with your full name in each session).
Step 5: Sunday May 22nd, you will get an email with links to all sessions for Monday May 23rd. Join whichever sessions you like (if applying for SCECHS, make sure you login with your full name in each session).
Step 6: If applying for SCECHS, complete the form on this page by May 27th!
Step 7: ENJOY!!!
Important Service Note about Chromebooks and Blackboard Collaborate
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Thank You to our Conference Sponsors
Madonna University College of Education Masters Programs
Central Michigan University D.E.T. in Education Technology
The D.E.T. degree is designed for those interested in professional research and a rigorous evaluation of educational technology or technology-based training. The 54 credit hour program consists of 12 online courses followed by a dissertation designed with a sense of practicality in mind. The dissertation will consist of several shorter independent, publishable sections that together create an in-depth study of the dissertation proposal from different perspectives. The D.E.T. will prepare graduates for a wide array of leadership positions in K-12 schools, virtual schools, community colleges, 4-year colleges, and universities as well as corporate, industrial, and military settings: