Thanks for attending Technology Rocks, Part 2!

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Thanks to everyone for attending, presenting, and sponsoring the Spring Technology Rocks, Part 2 Face2Face Conference in Bismarck!

Complete the evaluation survey for the conference at  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F2Fsatisfaction

Links to Presentations:

50 tips in 50 minutes https://sites.google.com/site/50tipstricks/
Augmented Reality in Eduation…Really?) http://goo.gl/PESpW1
Augmented Reality or QR Codes on Steroids? http://goo.gl/gHZkwj
21st Century Course presentain.com/6113
Add onto your Feedback
Efficiency with Google
Add-ons
Add onto your Feedback Efficiency with Google Add-ons
Apps in the Elementary Classroom https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1G1Vet22Afd6ch4LAJLBs1oQLKCHW6F-H2hPWx9RxYFU/edit#slide=id.p
EduSlam www.thinglink.com 

www.newsela.com

www.classdojo.com

Using IFTTT bit.ly/1n8sRfU

www.scootpad.com

connectedclassrooms.withgoogle.com/

NDATL Autocrat

NDATL Doctopus

EduSites

Mark your calendars for the NDATL Fall Face2Face in Minot on October 13-14!


Technology Leaders and Teacher Techie of the Year Awards–Nominations now open!

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Attention!  Nominations are now open!

Submit your nomination for Technology Leader of the Year for Large Schools, Technology Leader of the Year for Small Schools, and Techie Teacher of the Year.

You are encouraged to submit your nominations directly at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/techaward.  Nominations will close on March 14, 2014.

Awards will be presented to the winners at the April 11 Face-2-Face meeting in Bismarck.

 

Criteria for Technology Leader of the year for Large Schools and Small Schools is:

  • Implementation of commendable district-wide technology improvements or initiatives.
  • Leadership skills used to improve technology skill and/or access of community members.
  • Active involvement in professional organizations.

 

Criteria for Teacher Techie

  • Commendable efforts to implement the use of technology to enhance student learning.
  • Leadership in implementing a new program, course offering, or instructional change.  Describe the program/course in detail.
  • Active involvement in professional organizations.

 

Feel free to submit a nomination for one or all three categories.

If you have any questions about these awards, please contact me (Jeremy.Lund@midwayschools.com) or any of the NDATL board members at http://www.ndatl.k12.nd.us/about/.

NDATL Spring Face2Face—”Technology Rocks Part 2!”

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NDATL

Spring F2F Conference

“Technology Rocks, Part 2”

April 10 – 11, 2014

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F2Fregistration

 

Thursday afternoon

1:00 – 3:30

Apple Learning and Leading Event

At the Bismarck Ramada

Apple Agenda


Thursday night

6:00 – 9:00

Meet your NDATL Vendors

Socialize and eat with your colleagues

 

Friday

NDATL Conference

Great sessions and the first ever

TechSlam!

 

The deadline for registration is April 3!

Onsite registration will be available but will have a $10 late fee.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F2Fregistration

 

Please consider presenting.  We are looking for innovative and creative ways to connect ISTE standards to the Common Core, manage 1:1 devices, use cool Google tools in the classroom, make authentic learning come alive and great resources that make Technology Rock your world and your student’s world!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/f2fbreakoutproposals


You don’t want to miss this opportunity!!

See you in Bismarck on April 10 – 11.

Thanks for attending the Spring F2F 2013!

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Enjoy a look back at Piecing IT Together!

Here are the presenter notes from sessions you may have attended.

Richard Byrne Video Presentation http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/video-creation-resources.html#.UXPissrJDdg

Richard Byrne 50 Tools in 50 Minutes http://richardbyrnepresents.com/?page_id=95

Richard Byrne Making Learning Collaborative http://richardbyrnepresents.com/?page_id=93

Scott Conrad http://bit.ly/GCalVoih

Jodi Dodson Super Hero session http://bit.ly/Zqv8ox

Monte Gaukler Using YouTube Creatively http://bit.ly/11dBCtN

Charity Nix Mobile devices

Rae Ann Vandrovec Creating Digital Storybooks with Elementary Students Presentation

Save the date on your calendars for the Fall F2F in Minot on Oct. 7-8, 2013!

Attend the NDATL Spring F2F Conference “Piecing IT Together” April 11-12, 2013

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Technology Leaders, Teachers, Administrators

Registration is open!

 

The deadline for registration is March 29th! Onsite registration will be available but will have a $10 late fee.

40 Sessions + 30 Vendors + Microsoft Tour + Richard Byrne(freetech4teachers.com) + Technology +Food + Fun= NDATL

The NDATL Spring F2F Conference will be held on April 11-12, 2013.  This year’s theme is “Piecing IT Together.”

What is your learning tech strategy missing? Find out at the NDATL  Spring F2F Conference and put the pieces together for a more effective learning environment.

Let NDATL  puzzle  your brain with modeling, connecting, informing and managing learning with technology .  This conference is about creativity and inspiration and is both informative and fun!  As you can see, the presentations are varied and exciting! Presentation descriptions 2013 and the Agenda for Spring F2F  Agenda Spring 2013

Join us at the Doublewood Inn and Conference Center in Fargo, North Dakota.  Make your room reservations early by calling 701-235-3333.

Featured Guest Speaker—Richard Byrne

NDATL is proud to announce that Richard Byrne will speak and present several break-out sessions at the Spring Conference in Fargo on April 11-12.

Richard Byrne is best known in the educational technology community for his award-winning blog Free Technology for Teachers. On a daily basis Richard’s blog http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ reaches a subscriber base of more than 53,000 educators. In addition to writing Free Technology for Teachers, Richard writes a monthly column for School Library Journal, is a contributing author to What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media, has written for Teacher Librarian, and recently launched iPadapps4school.com. He has presented at conferences and at schools across North America and Europe. His work is focused on sharing free resources that educators can use to enhance their students’ learning experiences.

Richard became a Google Certified Teacher in 2009. In 2010 he was a finalist for ACTEM’s (Association of Computer Teachers and Educators in Maine) educator of the year award. Tech & Learning Magazine named Richard one of their “people to watch” in their 100@30 30th Anniversary celebration (http://techlearning.com/article/26660). In 2012 Richard received a MERLOT Classics Award from California State University’s Chancellor’s Office.

Examples of some of the presentations are included in this press release .

Microsoft Lunch and Tour April 11

We have also added a Microsoft Lunch and Tour on Thursday, April 11th.  We will meet at the Doublewood Inn and Conference Center Lobby at 12:00 noon.

There will be shuttle service to and from the Microsoft Complex.  Lunch will be provided at 12:30 with a tour to follow.