Join Us for An Evening of Hands-On Digital Learning and Play:
Using Technology Across the Curriculum
Our main goals for this fun event:
• create a friendly forum where local ed-tech developers will get input from teachers on their products
• provide teachers with technology CEUs, and access to powerful tech tools to help drive classroom engagement.
Participants will rotate through three sessions of small-group instruction and hands-on practice with locally-grown instructional technology, providing feedback and receiving access for ongoing use in their classrooms.
Gourmet sandwiches and desserts will be catered from the award-winning Be'wiched Deli.
Teachers who are able to arrive by 5:00 will receive a private guided tour and information about class field trips and programming from Steve Walvig, Director of Education at The Bakken. (This qualifies for an additional CEU.)
For teachers who register, please be sure to answer all three RSVP questions and provide accurate name, school and district so that your CEU certificate has the correct information.
5:00 Pre-event Museum Tour (optional)
6:00 Registration & Food
6:30 Ed Tech Workshop/Presentations
8:30-9:00 Dessert & Discussion for those who can stay
Bethel Univ will provide CEU documentation for your district
Light dinner & desserts from Be'Wiched Deli
Optional pre-event tour of The Bakken (additional CEU)
3 in-depth EdTech sessions for improving student engagement
Bonus Social-Emotional Learning exercise, Speed Demos
Jenny Severson - Quantum Learning (Social-Emotional Learning)
Matt Nupen - DocentEdu (Website Annotation for Amazing Interactive Lessons)
Peter Kirwin - Nudge Education (Cooperative Learning & Student Feedback Tools)
Adam Gordon - Andamio Games (Collaborative STEM Problem-Solving)
Sean Berry - Algebra Touch (Intuitive, Open-ended Math Exploration)