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FEATURED WORKSHOPS

AR & VR in EDU

Educators will spend the day learning the why, what, and how behind the integration of AR and VR in any pre-K through 12 classroom. Discover innovative ways to transform teaching and learning with pedagogical practices that consistently redefine student learning experiences. Immersive technology is taking education by storm.

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Design Thinking

Explore how a design thinking approach to curriculum can help overcome the traditional structures in classrooms and nurture a culture of innovation.

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Inspiring Creativity with Google Chrome

In this workshop, participants will develop knowledge, understanding, and proficiency in using Google and the Web to develop student-centered, creative, and community-minded learning environments. 

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Project Based Learning

In this hands-on session, we will use elements of Design Thinking to begin the process of crafting new PBL experiences. 

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Personalized Learning

In this workshop, we will explore how various tools and apps can facilitate differentiation and personalization and create rich learning experiences that meet the needs of ALL students. 

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Differentiation with Technology

Gain an abundant time to explore sites, tools, apps, and strategies that can be applied to any device - and any classroom - in order to help students develop into master learners.

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Innovative Uses of Technology in Content Areas

In this workshop, we will explore the evergreen uses of technology in specific content areas to suit the needs of the grade and level.

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The Advanced G Suite Google Classroom

In this workshop, we will explore the evergreen uses of technology in specific content areas to suit the needs of the grade and level.

FEATURED KEYNOTES

TOM DACCORD  

  • From Someday to Monday: Start Transforming Learning Environments Now
  • Not Another Paper! Alternative Projects & Social Media
  • Redefining Learning: Innovative School Leadership 

GREG KULOWIEC

  • Jet Engines, DJs & iPads: What are we doing with technology
  • Unleashing Student Creativity with Mobile Devices
  • iPads, Crayons & Legos: The power of combining Digital & Real World

SHAWN McCUSKER

  • Learning by Doing: The Power and Promise of Immersive Learning Experiences 
  • Behind the Science of Innovation: Bringing about Significant Positive Change 
  • Digital Citizenship and Media Literacy in World of Memes and Fake News

JUSTIN REICH

  • Perspectives on the Future of Learning in a Networked World
  • The History and Futures of Open Online Learning
  • Beyond Pockets of Excellence: How the Best School Leaders Empower School-wide Transformations 

TOM DRISCOLL

  • Designing for Deeper Learning: Leveraging Technology to Enhance Authentic, Real-World Experiences in Education
  • The Evolution of Civic Engagement: Preparing Students for Life in our Modern Democratic Society
  • The Power of Personalization: Crafting Learning Experiences That Ensure All Students Can Thrive

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Designing Interactive Digital Experiences For All Grades

4/8

3:30PM EST

Seesaw in the Elementary Classroom

4/15

1:00 PM EST

Spring Online Courses

Designing Interactive Digital Experiences For Middle & High School

4/20- 4/24

Spring Online Course

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Adams Middle School

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JUSTIN REICH

@bjfr

Justin Reich is an educational researcher interested in the future of learning in a networked world. He is the executive director of the PK-12 Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a research scientist in the MIT Office of Digital Learning, and a lecturer in the Scheller Teacher Education Program. He is also a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and the co-founder of EdTechTeacher, a professional learning consultancy devoted to helping teachers leverage technology to create student-centered, inquiry-based learning environments. He was previously the Richard L. Menschel HarvardX Research Fellow, where he led the initiative to study large-scale open online learning through the HarvardX Initiative, and a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He earned his doctorate from Harvard University, where he created the Distributed Collaborative Learning Communities project, a Hewlett Foundation funded initiative to examine how social media are used in K-12 classrooms. He writes the EdTechResearcher blog for Education Week, and his writings have appeared in Science, The New Yorker, The Atlantic,Educational Researcher, the Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed, the Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. His forthcoming book, Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale, is under contract with Harvard University Press. Justin started his career teaching wilderness medicine, and later taught high school world history and history electives, and coached wrestling and outdoor activities.

TOM DRISCOLL

Tom's career in education began by teaching high school social studies for eight years in Connecticut. While teaching, he explored emerging instructional design models through his graduate research at Columbia University. As he applied the Flipped Classroom approach, Tom began writing and speaking nationally about his practical experiences teaching and iterating blended learning models. During this time, Tom authored chapters for several instructional technology books, including the ISTE publication "Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement; He has also contributed to multiple articles on media outlets such as EdSurge, EdTech Digest, CUE Blog, and the New York Times. In 2015, Tom transitioned to a new role as Director of Educational Technology for the Bristol Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island. There, Tom helps lead several key aspects of the district's digital learning transformation, including the 30+ member Digital Learning Team and district-wide Future Ready Learning initiative.


As an instructor, Tom has extensive experience working with educators across all grade levels and content areas. Topics of particular interest and expertise include: effective application of blended learning models, amplifying student voice, making thinking visible, gamification & game-based learning, and digital leadership. As an authorized Google for Education Trainer, Tom has experience helping educators leverage Google Apps to amplify effective teaching strategies and improve student learning. Tom also has experience helping school leaders develop strategic plans and action steps that leverage technology to personalize instruction and promote deeper learning for all students.


Tom holds a Master's Degree in Computing in Education from Teachers' College, Columbia University. Tom also holds a Bachelor's Degree in History from Vassar College, where he was a Captain of their NCAA basketball team.

TOM DACCORD

Tom Daccord is Director and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher. An educational technology speaker, instructor, and author, Tom has worked with schools, districts, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He has presented on educational technology topics at national and international conferences, including ISTE (U.S.), FETC (U.S.), ELMLE (Europe), EARCOS (Asia), and NESA (Asia), as well as organized the international EdTechTeacher iPad Summits in the United States. Tom has also produced a series of online courses on web tool and iPad integration as well as 21st century school leadership and classroom assessment.

A former social studies teacher who instructed in a 1:1 laptop classroom for seven years, Tom has been featured in the Boston Globe for his contributions to teaching with technology and invited to Singapore by the Ministry of Education as an “Outstanding Educator in Residence” in support of efforts to further 21st century learning in schools. Tom is co-author of Best Ideas for Teaching with Technology: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Teachers and iPads in the Classroom: From Consumption and Curation to Creation. His articles on educational technology have appeared in various educational publications such as eSchool News, Daily Genius, and Edudemic. He is the creator of Best of History Web Sites, an award-winning portal, and The Center for Teaching History with Technology, dedicated to helping K-12 history and social studies teachers effectively incorporate technology into their courses.

A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Montreal, Tom has taught in Canada, France, Switzerland, and the United States. He currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts.

GREG KULOWIEC

Prior to joining EdTechTeacher, Greg Kulowiec spent eight years as a high school history teacher and one year as a technology integration specialist. He began integrating technology into his classroom with early mobile devices including iPods and cell phones. Those initial efforts focused on building capacity for students to create dynamic content with mobile devices to demonstrate their understanding of complex ideas. In his last year as a classroom teacher, Greg began the process of exploring how mobile devices and iPads could be effectively integrated into the classroom to support student learning and creativity. He has used that experience as the foundation for numerous blog posts and presentations as well as to develop the concept of "App Smashing."

As an instructor and presenter, Greg brings a dynamic and thoughtful approach to technology integration with an emphasis on the powerful nature of how these devices can be used in the hands of students to reveal unique perspectives, understanding, and capabilities. Greg is an authorized Google Education Trainer and has presented at MassCue, NCSS, MASCD, and the EdTechTeacher iPad Summits on topics ranging from the integration of social media in the classroom to collaboration with mobile devices. He blogs regularly at The History 2.0 Classroom as well as Free Technology for Teachers. Greg holds a degree in Sociology from St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH where he was also a four year scholarship basketball player and team captain.

Shawn McCusker

Shawn McCusker has 25 years of experience as a middle and high school teacher in public, private and alternative schools. In 2006, he was recognized as a finalist for the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching. An innovator in the creation and organization of online learning communities such as the #sschat, #1to1techat and #engsschat on Twitter, he is an expert in both iPad and Chromebook integration in the classroom. His innovative lessons and student products have been shared nationwide and have been featured in the Journal, Educational Leadership and the Huffington Post. In 2016 he was named a Top Trailblazing Educator on Twitter by eSchoolNews.

An inspiring speaker, he has keynoted the IOWA 1:1 Conference, Innovation Summit San Diego and the Illinois School Library Media Association as well as providing local keynotes at the Goleta Schools (CA), Huntley Summer Conference (IL) and Shrewsbury Summer Institute (MA). Shawn has presented at NCSS, Ipad Summit Boston, the Leading Future Learning Summit, ICE and CASE. Shawn is an Speaker, Instructor and presenter with EdTechTeacher and is a Google Education Trainer. Shawn holds M.A. in Educational Leadership from Concordia University Chicago and B.A. in History from Northern Illinois University.

Shawn is currently a Senior Instructor for EdTechTeacher, the Host of the "So We've Been Thinking..." Podcast and a columnist for Digital Learning Magazine.

JUSTIN REICH

Justin Reich is an educational researcher interested in the future of learning in a networked world. He is the executive director of the PK-12 Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a research scientist in the MIT Office of Digital Learning, and a lecturer in the Scheller Teacher Education Program. He is also a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and the co-founder of EdTechTeacher, a professional learning consultancy devoted to helping teachers leverage technology to create student-centered, inquiry-based learning environments. He was previously the Richard L. Menschel HarvardX Research Fellow, where he led the initiative to study large-scale open online learning through the HarvardX Initiative, and a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He earned his doctorate from Harvard University, where he created the Distributed Collaborative Learning Communities project, a Hewlett Foundation funded initiative to examine how social media are used in K-12 classrooms. He writes the EdTechResearcher blog for Education Week, and his writings have appeared in Science, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Educational Researcher, the Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed, the Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. His forthcoming book, Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale, is under contract with Harvard University Press. Justin started his career teaching wilderness medicine, and later taught high school world history and history electives, and coached wrestling and outdoor activities.

TOM DRISCOLL

Tom's career in education began by teaching high school social studies for eight years in Connecticut. While teaching, he explored emerging instructional design models through his graduate research at Columbia University. As he applied the Flipped Classroom approach, Tom began writing and speaking nationally about his practical experiences teaching and iterating blended learning models. During this time, Tom authored chapters for several instructional technology books, including the ISTE publication "Flipped Learning: Gateway to Student Engagement; He has also contributed to multiple articles on media outlets such as EdSurge, EdTech Digest, CUE Blog, and the New York Times. In 2015, Tom transitioned to a new role as Director of Educational Technology for the Bristol Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island. There, Tom helps lead several key aspects of the district's digital learning transformation, including the 30+ member Digital Learning Team and district-wide Future Ready Learning initiative.


As an instructor, Tom has extensive experience working with educators across all grade levels and content areas. Topics of particular interest and expertise include: effective application of blended learning models, amplifying student voice, making thinking visible, gamification & game-based learning, and digital leadership. As an authorized Google for Education Trainer, Tom has experience helping educators leverage Google Apps to amplify effective teaching strategies and improve student learning. Tom also has experience helping school leaders develop strategic plans and action steps that leverage technology to personalize instruction and promote deeper learning for all students.


Tom holds a Master's Degree in Computing in Education from Teachers' College, Columbia University. Tom also holds a Bachelor's Degree in History from Vassar College, where he was a Captain of their NCAA basketball team.