Instructional Techs @ MACUL

A Rally to Connect, Share & Grow

A first of it's kind for Michigan's school innovators..

Supporting educators using new tools and strategies? Want to connect with other professionals in the field? Meet us at MACUL! This unique session, bringing together leaders from across the state, is an opportunity to network and learn with/from each other. Our session will be participatory and fast-paced....come ready to discuss, question, laugh, debate, share and challenge your thinking.

Instructional Technologists Rally

Wednesday, March 12th, 12:30-4:30pm

303 Monroe Ave NW

Grand Rapids, MI

Register with your MACUL Conference!

$60 includes networking lunch!

*Amway Hotel Governor's Room*

Connect-Share-Grow: Agenda

12:45-1:30: Networking Lunch

1:30 - 2:00: Gallery Walk

2:00 - 3:30: Roundtable UN-sessions

3:30 - 4:00: Smackdowns

4:00 - 4:30: Collaborative closing

Agenda Details

Networking Lunch: Meet, eat & mingle! Table prompts will spark interesting dialogue.

Gallery Walk: Share what you are doing in your district & learn about projects from around the state!

Roundtable UN-sessions: EdCamp-style breakouts...choose what you want to discuss & learn about and/or lead a session about something you're passionate about.

Smackdowns: Fast-paced sharing around a given topic (ie apps, blogs, etc)

Collaborative closing: Group discussion about takeaways & the big picture

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Connect with Michigan's EdTech Specialists before & after the conference!


Who is this for?

The meeting is open to any K-16 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 planning committee consists of Kim Powell, Jeremie Coplin, Andrew Steinman, Tina Tribu, Shannon Degan, Jeremy Badiner and Brad Wilson.

What should I bring?

An open mind, ideas to contribute, questions to ask, a device, a book to share for the book exchange, business cards. Details announced via email.