How can we safely use technology to prepare students for the rest of their lives?
All too often fear is the driving force behind EdTech Policy — stifling the creativity and innovation educators need and want in their classrooms. Educators, administrators, and policy makers all need a place at the EdTech Policy table, so schools can continue to keep students engaged.
Dr. Robert Dillon will discuss your role in privacy, security, and innovation. During his live interactive chat, he will focus on four main points: policies, routines, systems and responses. Additionally, he’ll discuss how you can safely facilitate learning through technology to prepare your students for the rest of their lives.
Dr. Robert Dillon currently serves as Director of Innovative Learning at The School District of University City, Mo. Over his 21 years (and counting) in education, Dr. Dillon has worked tirelessly to provide unique experiences and opportunities for students in a variety of secondary schools in St. Louis. Dr. Dillon is a co-founder of edcampSTL, and has worked to build a vibrant network of collaborative learners in Saint Louis and beyond. He is an author, presenter, and writer about ideas and next practices in education.
The Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC), the largest, national, independent education technology conference, annually attracts thousands of education and technology leaders from around the world. Delivering strategies and best practices for student success and schoolwide advancement, FETC is known as one of the nation’s premier education technology events! Recognized for its outstanding program year after year, FETC provides CTOs, CIOs, Innovation Directors, Special Ed/Pupil Services Directors, Early Childhood Directors, Media Specialists, Technologists, Administrators and other Educators, the opportunity to explore the most effective integration of technology across the curriculum — from preK-12 — through premium sessions, intensive workshops, various concurrent sessions, live demonstrations of several hundred hardware and software products, plus much more. Visit www.FETC.org for more details.