Ed Tech Summit set for April 15
Register now for workshop at Southern Oregon University
Innovation is a hallmark of the sixth annual Ed Tech Summit, which showcases best practices for integrating technology into schools and classrooms. Presented by Southern Oregon University and the Southern Oregon Education Service District, the April 15 gathering features hands-on sessions led by expert teachers in the field, as well as technology hardware and software specialists.
Schools are encouraged to bring teams comprising teachers, administrators, and technology directors to share and collaborate on their district’s needs and plans. One graduate-level credit is available for participation.
Among the presentations planned are: VEX Robotics and Solutions and 3D Printing, Mystery Skype in the Classroom, STEAM in Motion and Get Your Mobile Mojo Working. The keynote speakers will be a team of teachers from the Fullerton School District in California. The group pioneered the iPersonalize project. This quest-based, challenging and fun curriculum has helped students direct their own learning opportunities and perform better on benchmarks and other exams.
Registration costs $60 for those outside public schools in Jackson and Klamath Counties, Three Rivers School District, SOESD staff, SOU staff and students. The fee covers parking, the program and lunch.
For payment arrangements or information, contact Pam Weaver at 541-776-6768 or by email at