2015 Fayette County Innovations for Learning Conference
Registration for the conference is now open, but space is limited and the conference will fill quickly.
What: IFL is a free, one-day event open to any teacher, technology specialist (TRT, TIS), library media specialist, administrator or anyone else interested in using technology to improve student learning.
When: Thursday, June 11, 2015, 7:30 am – 3:45 pm
Where: Bryan Station High School, Lexington, KY
Why: Provides 6 hours PD or EILA credit (pending approval)
How: Go to https://edtech.fcps.net/ifl/. Registering on the site indicates your plan to attend. (If that changes, please let us know because we will be saving you a seat!)
Tidbits to Remember:
· The conference is FREE! Attendees do not need to complete a schedule ahead of time. All sessions are first-come, first-served.
· This year’s conference will consist of five 45-minute session slots and one 20-minute session, so you will have lots of opportunities to learn new things!
Although we are still adding some additional sessions, we are excited to have teachers and educators from around the state and nation coming to present. Topics will include Microsoft Office 365/OneDrive tools, Google Apps for Education, BYOD, iPads, apps, web-based tools, arts/video/media production, gaming, robotics, flipped instruction, 21st century learning, STEM, and much more! There will even be sessions just for admins. A current list of approved sessions is available on the conference website.
Don’t wait to register if you plan to attend. We hope you can join us!