National Technology Leadership Summit 2014: Make It! Wear It! But do so Informally!

  1. Michael Searson, Kean University, United States
  2. Glen Bull, University of Virginia, United States
  3. Teresa Foulger, Arizona State University, United States
  4. Randy Hansen, University of Maryland University College, United States
  5. John Lee, North Carolina State University, United States
  6. Kevin Graziano, Nevada State College, United States
  7. David Slykhuis, James Madison University, United States

Thursday, March 5 10:15 AM-11:15 AM

No presider for this session.

A product of the National Technology Leadership Coalition, NTLS gathers an impressive array of leaders from various learning technologies and educational organizations each fall. Their collective focus—organized by three “strands”—is to address emerging issues and opportunities facing the national (and even international) P-20 community. In Fall 2014, the NTLS strands focused on Informal Learning, Make to Learn, and Personalized Learning Technologies. Activities generated by past National Technology Leadership Summits have lead to numerous conference presentations, articles, grant proposals, and a deeper integration of learning technologies into partner organizations. Attend this panel to hear from leaders of various professional associations on how NTLS 2014 has already begun to shape their work. Join in on the conversation by letting panel leaders know about the work you’re doing in these areas, and make suggestions about what topics you’d like to see addressed in future summits. Personalized Learning Technologies Strand · Teresa Foulger, Past-president – ISTE Teacher Education SIG · Randy Hansen, President – ISTE Teacher Education Network Informal Learning Strand · John Lee, SITE Vice President · Kevin Graziano, Chair - AACTE Committee on Innovation and Technology Make to Learn Strand · David Slykhuis, President – SITE · Glen Bull, Editor – CITE Journal

ID
45675
Type
Invited Panel
Topics
Technology Leadership New Possibilities with Information Technology Education
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