Every year, technology plays a more important role in education. FETC has been educating educators on how to make the most out of all the new tools they have at their disposal. Trusted and creative educational professionals gather at the conference to explore and discuss the latest education technology. HamiltonBuhl will be on the showroom floor showcasing some impressive new Ed Tech designed to propel STEM / STEAM education further than ever before.
HamiltonBuhl FETC Exhibitor Booth
HamiltonBuhl will be showcasing some of the latest education technology, specifically designed and developed for the K-12 space. Booth #1131 will be the place to discover and experience impressive STEM and STEAM education technologies like 3D Magic Pen, STEAM SNIPS, Kids-Flix Digital Camera and classroom accessories including NoiseOff, HygenX Universal Cleaning Kit, Vray and so much more.
For more information on the products HamiltonBuhl products featured at Booth #1131 in January, visit HamiltonBuhl.com.
Beyond the discussions, FETC holds workshops to help teachers, CTOs, CIOs, IT Directors, CAOs and Superintendents get a better grasp on the current state of education technology and how best to implement it into classrooms. FETC 2019 will be focusing on offering actionable leadership advice and IT sessions and workshops specifically geared toward helping decision makers choose the Ed Tech to best suit their needs.
Those participating in FETC 2019 will be able to attend intensive workshops and targeted sessions. The five program tracks outlined below in this article were developed to help CTOs, CIOs, IT Directors, CAOs and Superintendents gain unique insight into new technologies for their school or districts.
FETC wouldn’t be complete without the STEM Excellence Awards. This award is given to organizations that proved their value to advancing STEM education through innovation. One winner from primary, middle and high school levels will be chosen and announced live during the Wednesday morning Keynote.
FETC Program Tracks
Future of Ed Tech Administrator – Discussing policies designed to accelerate technology-rich learning environments and expanding the capacity of faculty and resources.
For: Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, District Administrators, State Education Leaders, Principals, Media Specialists and Finance Directors
Future of Ed Tech Information Technology – Giving attendees the technical knowledge and leadership skills to be successful in the ever-changing, dynamic, back-office environment. Acquire strategies to apply today’s tools and technologies.
For: CIOs, Technology Offices, IT Directors, and Technology leaders
Future of Ed Tech Educator – Identify and employ the best practices for effective technology integration, just-in-time solutions that provide digital content, and instructional technologies and customizable learning materials. Discussions focused on engaging all learners by incorporating technology in education and effectively improving the learning environment.
For: Tech-Engaged Pre-K-12 Educators, Curriculum Designers, Online Educators, Technology Integration Specialists, Grant Developers, Professional Development Trainers-and Pre-Service Pre-K Teachers.
Future of Ed Tech Inclusion and Special Education – Attendees will explore best-practices to help overcome daily policy and practice demands. Give diverse learners the opportunity to become proficient within core standards.
For: Pupil Services Administrators, Assistive Technology Integration Specialists, and Special and General Educators.
Future of Ed Tech Early Learning – Discover the strategies for incorporating technology into classrooms and programs catering to children ages 3-6. Uncover information on the latest products and emerging technology tools.
For: Preschool Directors, Curriculum Designers, Educators, Child Development Researchers, and Early Childhood Administrators.