A FREE Vermont Fest 2013 Pre-Conference Workshop for
Vermont Educational Leaders
Are you in a position where you are charged with providing technology leadership in your school/district? Or, maybe you are in a position of overseeing someone is such a position and you feel you need to become “more aware” so that you can better support this position. Not only should you be up-to-date on the latest opportunities and developments but also you must be aware of emerging technologies… what’s down the pipeline.
What are considered “best practice” in this rapidly changing field? Are you allocating resources into the right places or are you following out dated models? What Policies are still ok and which ones really need to be updated? With so many options, whom do you ask/listen to?
You may be a Superintendent, Tech Director/Coordinator, Curriculum, Director, Principal or Assistant, Business Manager, Technology Support Specialist, Librarian, or a Classroom Teacher. Whomever you are don’t make decisions on the limited knowledge, expertise and experience of just one individual when you can combine with other educational technology leaders throughout the state to make the best possible informed decisions based on the expertise and experiences of many great Vermont educational leaders.
VITA-Learn and The Top Floor are offering a FREE pre-conference session at Vermont Fest 2013 for educators in your position. The first 30 people who sign up who are also attending one or more regular Vermont Fest Conference days will get in FREE. This will include noon lunch at the Killington Grand Resort and a great session from 1:00 – 4:00 PM led by Superintendent Ned Kirsch and Technology Director and VITA-Learn Executive Director, Paul Irish.
This session is underwritten and made available through the generous sponsorship of “The Top Floor.”