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Stop Struggling with Ed Tech

by Kristy Breaux
Jemison

We’re constantly talking and thinking about this thing called “ed tech.” And usually, it’s in the context of how can I make technology tools a part of education? But the reality is that technology is a part of everyday education. So the real question is: how do we unite as classroom teachers, technology leaders, and district/campus leaders to make technology a seamless part of what we’re already doing well?

There are many options for training and gathering resources that support great teaching and leadership with technology. At TCEA, our goal is to make your learning experience fun and customized for you. Our annual TCEA Convention & Exposition is where it starts. We bring together the teacher and the superintendent, the novice and the pro, the early adopter and the technophobe, for a flexible week to fit everyone’s needs. If you’re ready to transform from worrying about “ed tech” to just focusing on great teaching and learning strategies, here’s a preview of some of the fantastic presentations happening this year to help support you.

For the Campus Leader

  • A Foundation for Innovation and Divergence
  • Implementing Online Assessments from A to Z

For the CTO

  • E-Rate Strategies for Maximizing Funding
  • The Landscape of Technology in Texas

For the STEM and CTE Teachers

  • Coding the Curriculum with Ozobot Lessons
  • ME Teach Them to Build WHAT? Robotics Made Easy

For the Librarians

  • Future Ready Librarians…Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going
  • Digital Badging of Literary Genres

For the Math Teachers

  • Scratch in the Classroom: Math, ELA, and Science
  • Top Apps for Math Class

For the Early Learning Educators

  • Learning with Littles: How Our Youngest Use Tech
  • Flipgrid: The Power of Common Assessments

Visit convention.tcea.org to see all the presentations and to learn more about how the TCEA Convention & Exposition will meet you where you are and provide solutions for the challenges you’re facing.

Need help convincing your leadership this conference is a perfect fit for you? Here are some resources you can use.

And don’t forget, the early registration price ends November 14. You can register with a purchase order, check (sent within 30 days of registration), or credit card. As soon as your registration is confirmed, you’ll also gain access to all the TCEA member benefits—including the online Community where you can begin gathering resources and connecting with content experts.

Already planning to attend? Share in the comments below what you’re most excited to learn about. And remember: new technology tools will come and go, but strong educators will always be the foundation of student success.

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