Maryville, TN -- Maryville schools to host regional education technology conference. Over 110 participants from 18 Tennessee school districts, one Alabama school system, and one private school are registered to attend. In addition, a number of faculty and education students from Maryville College are slated to take advantage of the learning and networking among these technology and education leaders from across the region.
District teams from across the Southeast region will join together to learn how to enhance digital learning transformation. This event will include site visits to see teaching and learning in action, opportunities to assess current levels of work, and special breakout sessions to support planning for next steps. Teams will focus their work in the areas of Leadership, Professional Learning, Content and Instruction, Technology/Infrastructure, and Data/Assessment. Participants will be challenged to begin and/or continue efforts in their home districts.
The TFT – Southeast Region will be hosted by Maryville City Schools in Maryville, Tennessee. Sponsors include PCS, DyKnow, and ENA-Education Networks of America. Partners include CoSN, MCS, Maryville College, and TETA.
Who Should Attend? Superintendents, CTOs, CIOs, director, technology leader, curriculum and instruction leader/director.
Wednesday, September 21. Conference opener with evening reception/dinner and pre-conference activities.
Thursday, September 22. On site visits for conference participants at all seven Maryville schools.
Friday, September 21. Large and small group sessions on the campus of Maryville College.
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For nearly 25 years, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools they need to succeed. Today, CoSN represents over 11 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education.