Call for Presenters Now Open!
We are looking for innovative teachers, administrators and education professionals who love learning to present at this year’s Innovations for Learning Conference, which will be held on June 1, 2016 at Bryan Station High School in Lexington, KY.
The IFL Conference is a free, one-day event that promotes the use of innovative instructional strategies that engage students to improve learning, with an emphasis on the use of technology. Teachers, technology specialists (TRT/TIS), administrators and anyone else interested in using technology to improve student learning are encouraged to attend. The conference is sponsored by Fayette County Public Schools in partnership with the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative and the University of Kentucky College of Education.
The conference will offer both 45 minute sessions AND 20 minute mini-sessions. Do you know a classroom teacher who has had great success with a specific project or web tool? Do you have great examples of student work using technology? These topics could be perfect for mini-sessions!
For those just who want to attend the conference, registration will open on April 18th. However, please consider sharing your knowledge and expertise by applying to present. Directions and more information are available on the NEW conference website.
The call for presenters will close on April 18, 2016, so please don’t wait to apply!
Watch for attendee registration to open April 10th!
In celebration of Digital Learning Day, the Office of Instructional Technology invites you to explore this digital playground. You will experience engaging and inspiring tools that can easily be implemented into your classroom. If you would like to explore these tools further, feel free to contact your District Technology Resource Teacher!
Hover over any star above to enter and experience a digital activity. Have fun! For a direct link to the activity, click here.
This Tech Snack is powered by Google Slides – a powerful and free app located in the Google Suite. This tool, commonly referred to as Google’s solution to PowerPoint, opens up endless possibilities in the classroom. With real-time collaboration, seamless connection to other Google apps, collaboration and the ease of embedding and sharing, teachers and students can do so much more than “make a PowerPoint.” See examples of creative ways to use this tool.
Enjoy this “snow day” Tech Snack edition!