SCOE Hosts 20th Annual Educational Technology Conference
Posted January 11, 2019
For Immediate Release – January 8, 2019
Contacts: Sally Savona, Division Director, Technology & Learning Resources, 238-1492
Judy Boring, Communications Coordinator, 238-1709
Cynthia Fenech, Communications Coordinator, 238-1704
The Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE) is pleased to host the 20th Annual Educational Technology Conference, ETC! 2019 on Saturday, February 23, 2019, from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at California State University Stanislaus (CSUS) One University Circle, Turlock, CA. The ETC! 2019 conference is a professional development opportunity for integrating technology into education. A wide variety of sessions are offered that demonstrate how technology can support student achievement. Sessions are geared toward teachers, administrators, support staff, IT professionals, technology coordinators, and pre-service educators. The conference kicks off with live YouTube sessions on Friday, February 22, starting at 5:00 p.m. One Continuing Education Unit will be available for attending the conference.
The goal of the conference is to offer diverse sessions that address technology in the classroom using a variety of devices and applications. Many sessions will be covering Emerging Bilingual Education/ELL, STEM, STEAM, Podcasting, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Google Apps, Web Tools, Coding, Robotics, Educational Technology, IT, Educational Leadership, and much more. According to SCOE’s Technology Learning Resource Division Director Sally Savona, “The conference has expanded over the years and continues to be the premier regional educational technology event in the Central Valley.”
As in past years, the conference provides a positive learning experience and a great networking opportunity for attendees. The cost is $80.00 and includes a light breakfast and lunch. For more information or to register online, visit: etc.stancoe.org or contact us at (209) 238-1400.
Sponsors of the ETC! 2019 conference are SCOE, Educational Technology Center (ETC), CCCUE, and CSUS with support from other local educational partners.