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FETC® Twitter Chats

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month's upcoming #FETCChats

The Future of Education Technology® Conference is proud to present FETC Chats — an ongoing series of learning opportunities featuring ed tech experts, leaders and real-world practitioners sharing their guidance and tips. From the latest ed tech coaching techniques to classroom resources and strategies for administrators, FETC Chats will cover crucial issues and new ideas leading up to FETC.

May Twitter Chats

Shannon McClintock Miller

Choice Boards and Media Specialists
Supporting the Transition Back to in Person Learning

Presented by Shannon McClintock Miller
District Teacher Librarian and Innovation Director at Van Meter Community School
in Van Meter, Iowa and Future Ready Librarian Spokesperson
Tuesday, May 4 | 5 p.m. ET

In the #FETCchat on May 4, 2021, join Shannon McClintock Miller as she shares how her teachers, students and families are using choice boards for learning, reading, creating, collaborating and more. It's just one way teacher librarians are supporting teachers and students during the transition from remote back to in person learning.

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Omar Shepherd

How STEM Can Enable Equity Issues in Schools and Strategies to Make Computer Science Accessible to All Students

Presented by Omar Shepherd
Curriculum Specialist, STEM/Career Education (CTE), Educational Services Division,
Orange County Department of Education
Tuesday, May 11 | 5 p.m. ET

As a Curriculum Specialist in STEM and Career Education with the Orange County Department of Education, the primary focus of his work is increasing equity and access for all students to engage in Computer Science. I have the honor of servings as an ambassador for Girls Who Code (GWC); facilitator for Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles (AP-CSP) for; president, Orange County Chapter, Computer Using Educators (OCCUE); as well as regional partner with the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation (REC) to bring ensure access to competitive robotics experiences for ALL students in the region. All means ALL! I’m looking forward to discussing strategies to make CS accessible to ALL learners! As well as the “Why” behind why this work is important and why ALL students need access to high quality CS instruction.

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Laura Boyd

Best Teaching EdTech Tools

Presented by Laura Boyd
Spanish Teacher, Franklin Special School District
Tuesday, May 18 | 5 p.m. ET

Join Laura Boyd to explore the five Best Hybrid Teaching EdTech Tools. She will explore the uses of Bitmoji, Google Classroom Trivia Posts, creating special themes for Zoom sessions, using name generators and using 360cities or to take your students on virtual field trips. Keep students motivated and academically engaged by using these education technology tools with your classes whether online, hybrid or in-person!

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Keven Rinaman

3D Printing in k12 Education

Presented by Keven Rinaman
Director of Technology, Academy and High School Technology Teacher, Esports Coach,
Calvert Catholic Schools
Tuesday, May 25 | 5 p.m. ET

Keven has been a passionate supporter for the use of 3D printing in education for over 5 years. Through collaboration with teachers and other professionals, Keven has utilized 3D printing with kindergarten to university students, while also working with local community members to connect classrooms and manufacturers.

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Please note that Chats will not be held
June 29, Nov. 23, Dec. 21 and Dec. 28.
for all FETC Chats by adding this invite to your Outlook calendar.

Registration for the 2022 Future of Education Technology® Conference will open in May!

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