EdTech Throwdown 2020
with Eric Guise & Kyle Niemis
on April 8, 2020
Please join these dynamic educators for a rapid-fire rundown of the best of the NJECC conference and latest EdTech that supports the student-centered classroom mixed with some practical methods of implementing technology to increase student engagement and enhance learning. The recommended technology will help teachers and students with productivity, creativity, digital feedback, gamification, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and much more. Something new for everyone no matter what your technology background. We will also have a few surprises for a couple of lucky attendees.
DATE & TIME:
April 8, 2020
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
LOCATION: ADP Center, University Hall, First Floor, Montclair State University
COST: $165 per person from member districts (NJECC Members may use entitlements) and $175 per person for non-member districts. No refunds for cancellation after April 1, 2020.
QUESTIONS: Please contact email@example.com or call Kathy Evans, NJECC Business Manager at 973.728.9022
Bios of Workshop Facilitators
Eric Guise is a former science teacher turn technology/media specialist at Hopewell Valley Central High School. He earned his Ed.D in Leadership in Digital Transformation in Education. He is co-host of GotTechED the Podcast (@www.gotteched.com). He was chosen to represent New Jersey as the Outstanding Teacher of the Year by the Biology Teachers Association of New Jersey in 2016.
Kyle Niemis (@ https://twitter.com/KyleNiemis) is a former science teacher turned Educational Technology Coach for the South Brunswick School District. Along with helping teachers in South Brunswick, he is also a graduate-level education professor for TCNJ, specializing in Universal Design for Learning (UDL). He believes very much in providing well thought out choices to students to ensure that every student has the best chances of success and enjoyment in the classroom. He never wants to see another fish forced to climb a tree. Kyle is the Co-Creator of ClassroomQ.com, was named 2016-17 Teacher of the Year and has been put on the list of the top 100 Global Flipped Leaders.