FETC® Twitter Chats

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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.

FETC Attendee excited for FETCChats!

December and January Twitter Chats

John Meehan

Game Changing Student Engagement

Presented by John Meehan
Author; Instructional Coach; High School Teacher,
Bishop O’Connell High School, Va.
Tuesday, December 7 • 5 p.m. ET

John Meehan is a teacher, instructional coach, and author of two books on student engagement. Join him for a conversation about how teachers can create high-energy classrooms where our students become so much more than mere audience members of their own education.
Rosalyn Washington

Engaging Students in Authentic Literature & Experiences

Presented by Rosalyn Washington
Digital Learning Specialist for Literacy, Atlanta Public Schools, Ga.
Tuesday, December 14 • 5 p.m. ET

Dr. Washington is proud to be a former elementary school teacher and Reading Specialist turned EdTech lover. Now a Literacy Digital Learning Specialist, she'll share her ideas on connecting educators and students with tools to allow rich and authentic experiences with texts.
Ann McMullan

Lessons Learned About School Leadership Since March 2020

Presented by Ann McMullan
Founder & Lead Consultant, Ann McMullan Education Consultant, Los Angeles, Calif.
Tuesday, January 4 2022 • 5 p.m. ET

Ann McMullan is veteran educator and former school district educational technology director. Today she supports school leaders as an independent education consultant. One of her current roles is serving as Project Director for CoSN's EmpowerED Superintendent Initiative where she regularly interacts with Superintendents from all sized districts across the U.S. There is no question that today — more than ever — school leadership matters. Join this chat to share your thoughts about the critical and changing nature of school leadership and the strategies needed to succeed in today's learning environments.

Kathy Schrock

Using and Creating Podcasts
With Students

Presented by Kathy Schrock
Educational Technologist and Adjunct Instructor at Wilkes University, Eastham, Mass.
Tuesday, January 11 2022 • 5 p.m. ET

Kathy has been supporting educators on the Web with resources for teaching and learning for 26 years. Come prepared to learn about podcasting and also share your favorite podcasts for educators and students, as well as ways you use them to support instruction! Kathy will review her tips on what tools to use and how to get started and assess podcasts, plus share practical reflections from real experiences integrating technology.

Adam Bellow

Engaging Learners Through
Game-Based Education

Presented by Adam Bellow
CEO and Co-Founder, Breakout EDU, Plainview, N.Y.
Tuesday, January 18 2022 • 5 p.m. ET

As a long-time eduprenuer, Adam has been fortunate to help build tools and products that allow teachers to facilitate learning in fun and unique ways. Join Adam for an engaging conversation about game-based learning, the focus of Breakout EDU. Breakout games are being used in K-12 nationwide to enable groups to work together to solve a series of challenges, think critically, foster collaboration and utilize problem-solving skills. Join this chat to share and learn how teachers are using Breakout activities and lessons to help engage learners at all ages and in all curriculum areas in new and unique ways as well as bring fun back to the classroom!

Tips for participating in FETC Twitter Chats:

  1. On Tuesday at 5 p.m. ET, log on to Twitter and search for the hashtag #FETCChat.
  2. Select the "Latest" tab and refresh. Chat moderator Jenn Womble will post directions on how to participate as well as twitter cards with the questions the group is answering together.
  3. Use the hashtag #FETCChat every time you post so your fellow participants can see your responses, ideas and shared resources.
We look forward to having you join us for these fun, interactive chats!
for all FETC Chats by adding this invite to your Outlook calendar.

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