Western Hills High School
3600 Boston Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76116
January 24, 2015
7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
On-site Registration is still available!
We'll see you this Saturday...
DiG iN to DIGITAL INTEGRATION
The digital landscape is changing in Fort Worth ISD! Make plans to attend the Fort Worth ISD Technology Conference (FWTC) 2015. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about new and creative educational technology ideas and strategies. Learn best practices for engaging your students with technology. See presentations by other Fort Worth ISD teachers, administrators and guest presenters. Learn how they make use of technology tools in their everyday lessons and administrative tasks. Experience a variety of presentations, curriculum-focused training sessions, and hands-on workshops. Visit the exhibit hall to see technology currently being used in our district.
Attend FWTC 2015 and you could win great technology tools for the classroom. Various door prizes will be awarded throughout the day. Must be present to win.
Conference Fee and Payment (Outside Attendees Only)
The Fort Worth ISD is pleased to invite all educators in the DFW metroplex and surrounding areas to the Fort Worth ISD Technology Conference 2015. The registration fee for educators not employed by the Fort Worth ISD is $35, if registered by January 19, 2015 or $40 for on-site registration. There is no registration cost for Fort Worth ISD employees.
Payment Information (Out of District Participants)
Join Us for Lunch
Lunch is provided for all preregistered FWTC participants. Be sure and select your lunch choice during the registration process.Keynote Speaker
Dean Shareski is the Community Manager for Discovery Education Canada. He taught grades first through eighth for 14 years and spent 9 as a digital learning consultant for Prairie South School Division in Moose Jaw, SK. In addition, he teaches pre-service teachers at the University of Regina. His blog consistently ranks among the top educational blogs. Dean also blogs for Tech Learning and the Huffington Post. In 2010 he won the ISTE Award for Outstanding Leader of the Year. Dean had the opportunity to speak to a variety of education audiences both nationally and internationally. His passion remains helping teachers explore the affordances of technology for learning. Dean believes humor and humility go a long way in supporting and advocating transformational practices in teaching and learning.