4T Virtual Conference looking for Lightning Session Presenters!
The 4T Virtual Conference is looking for Lightning Session presenters.
What is the 4T Virtual Conference, you ask?The 4TVirtualCon is an opportunity for educators from across the globe to connect, network, and learn from each other about issues in technology education using the Eluminate platform. The conference is sponsored by Oakland Schools and the University of Michigan School of Education. The conference is FREE and OPEN to all educators. Most sessions will be targeted to K-12 practicing and preservice teachers. The conference will be held virtually—no plane tickets, no hotel fees! The preconference workshops will begin on Saturday, May 17th and continues through 9:00 p.m. on Monday, May 19th. Attend as few or as many sessions as you like. While the conference is free and open, registration is required. In addition, interested educators can get SB CEU’s by attending the virtual conference.
What is a Lightning Session and how do you become a presenter?These sessions are 60 minutes in length, but have 2 to 4 presenters in each session. Sessions concern specific web tools, a method or approach (such as (BYOD) or a project that you have done with technology. You do not need to apply in a group. Rather, you can simply apply for a 15 to 20 minute segment of the lightning session. If selected, we will group you with other presenters presenting on similar topics.To apply, submit your brief application online by February 20th.
Hope to see lots of you presenting virtually in May! Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Please forward this opportunity to other ed tech savvy educators who might be interested. Thanks!