Educators Conference and Career Summit 2020

Announcing the 15th annual Educators Conference at Covenant College: “Instructional Technology: Impacts on teaching and learning” on Thursday, March 5, 2020. You don’t want to miss this interactive and informative day with a national leader on instructional technology.

For several decades, the information revolution has transformed how we live, work, and learn, and changes have come rapidly into our schools. As the revolution has advanced, the needs, questions, and opportunities have also increased. This year’s Educators Conference will address topics that range from how to establish a tech team in your school, which tools are most effective for administrators, teachers, and students, how to effectively recruit tech savvy educators to your school, along with current information about different platforms and tools that can help you and your work – and, most importantly, help students learn. You need to be here for this important conference.

Greg Bagby, our featured presenter this year, serves as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology for the Hamilton County Department of Education in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has previously served as a teacher, principal, and adjunct professor. He also travels around the country to present at Google Summits, state Educational Technology conferences, and at an upcoming international technology conference. Greg is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Educational Technology at Concordia University.

The Educators Conference is to be held on Thursday, March 5, 2020 from 8:30am to 3:00pm. The cost to register is $75, and the registration deadline is February 15. The fee is non-refundable after the registration deadline.

The Career Summit will be Thursday and Friday, March 5 – March 6, 2020. The cost to register is $45, and the registration deadline is February 15. The fee is non-refundable after the registration deadline. The registration fee includes meals (Thursday evening dinner, light breakfast, and lunch on Friday).

 

Register today!