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18th Annual Technology
and the Classroom Conference

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May 30, 2014
8:30am-3:30pm

Presented by
Pittsburg State University
Southeast Kansas Education Service Center (Greenbush)
KAECT

Download the Technology Conference flyer

Technology Conference Registration

Conference Registration Fees $40 ($50 after May 16th)

Online Registration

Mail-In Registration Form Download

For questions about registration:
Email: Carrol Bell
Phone: 620.235.4484

Graduate Credit

  • 1 hour of Graduate Credit available
  • Conference fee and registration required prior to enrollment
  • Current students contact your advisor
  • Students not currently enrolled in the Graduate Program at PSU should complete the Graduate Credit Form and contact the Office of Continuing and Graduate Studies
  • Written assignment required for credit

Office of Continuing & Graduate Studies
Tish Potter
Phone: 620.235.4223

Download Program Guide

Program Guide

Call for Presenters

Download the "Call for Presenters" form

Download Conference Presenter FAQs

Deadline April 25,2014

Keynote Speaker

Tammy Fry

Tammy Fry

Tammy Estes Fry is the instructor of the 2020 Teacher Education program, part of the Center for Advanced Professional Studies, or CAPS, in the Blue Valley School District, in Overland Park, Kansas.  Ms. Fry has been immersed in the field of education for 30 years in a variety of roles:  cooperating teacher for several student teacher candidates, teacher in private and public settings including middle school, high school, and community college, trainer in both district and other professional development arenas, and presenter locally and nationally.  Prior to the creation of CAPS, Ms. Fry was the Technology Integration Specialist at Blue Valley Northwest High School, assisting teachers with integrating technology into their curriculum.  Her experiences in the area of cutting-edge technologies and as a middle, high school, and college-level English Language Arts teacher have shaped her into a leader in her district and beyond in the area of educational technology.

Sponsors

 

Greenbush