Workshop Information


Purposeful EdTech Practices: Preparing Students for Workforce, Boston


Purposeful EdTech Practices: Preparing Students for Workforce, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Workshop Title
Purposeful EdTech Practices: Preparing Students for Workforce, Boston
Event Type
Workshop
Workshop Date
18-07-2019 to 19-07-2019
Last Date for Applying
18-07-2019
Location
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Organization Name / Organize By
mindSpark Learning
Organizing/Related Departments
NA
Organization Type
OTHERS
Workshop Category
Both (Technical & Non Technical)
Workshop Level
All (State/Province/Region, National & International)
Related Industries
Location
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

In this two-day institute, participants will discover emerging EdTech practices and techniques, and learn how to implement these strategies to better prepare students for the modern workforce.

In this two-day institute, participants will engage in emerging education technology (EdTech) practices and techniques, while focusing on how to implement these techniques in the classroom so that students are better prepared for the modern workforce. Attendees will be exposed to EdTech in a variety of ways, and learn more about how it can support workflow, collaboration, communication, engagement and creation with colleagues and students alike. Participants will obtain the tools and support they need to become digital navigators and excellent EdTech leaders in their schools and classrooms, ensuring that students aren't just bystanders to technological advances but critics and contributors to their future.

Key Content:
- Examine the "why" behind EdTech, and specifically design EdTech integration that prepares students for the uncertainty they face in the future workforce.
- Use industry practices to guide development of a tech vision statement for the educator's classroom, driving all future classroom tech integration.
- Learn techniques to prepare students for a collaborative workforce.
- Analyze critical competencies to align student soft-skill goals to industry qualifications in tech and non-tech industries.
- Redesign curricular use of technology based on classroom needs and workforce readiness standards.
- Co-construct application techniques to apply industry practices with curriculum and standards, as well as with fellow faculty.
- Evaluate authentic opportunities to partner with industry so that students can foster core competencies.

Who Should Attend:
- Teachers
- Administrators
- Instructional coaches
- Educators at all levels
- Tech coaches and specialists
- Schools on the cutting edge of innovation in education

Cost: $300

Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Classes, Courses & Workshops.

Sub-Categories:
Classes / Courses | Academic / Learning,
Classes / Courses | Professional Training.

Registration Fees
Available
Registration Fees Details
Purchase One Ticket: USD 300.00, Institute Bundle (Buy Three Get One On Us): USD 900.00.
Registration Ways
Other
Address/Venue
District Hall, 75 Northern Avenue  Pin/Zip Code : 02110
Contact
Events Team

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     (303) 963-5390