Thursday, February 11, 2016, 5:00-7:00 PM in the Sonoma State Student Center Ballroom
- Early childhood educators
- Teaching credential students
- Local teachers and community partners
- Graduate students
- SSU alumni
- Administrators and school leaders
Submit your proposal online: http://tinyurl.com/pmuhlbr
* Proposal Deadline: January 11, 2016
The Teacher Technology Showcase provides local educators (pre- and in-service, preschool, K-12, college and alternative settings) with an opportunity to present how they have used or plan to use technology in the classroom to support students and student learning. The Showcase is run like a poster session and allows educators to share unit plans, lessons, or activities that incorporate new media technologies. In addition to presentations this year's event will include a Makerspace and a roster of inspiring Quick Talks by innovative educators.
What is the goal of the Showcase?
The goal of the Showcase is to highlight how educators are creating better learning environments for students through the integration of technology. Additionally, the School of Education is always excited to bring educators and community members together to support local teachers, administrators, and faculty to discuss their work.
What are some of the projects that will be showcased at the event?
Examples from a previous Showcase included innovative presentations such as:
- Exploring Plate Tectonics Using ArcGIS Online
- Flipping the Mathematics Classroom with Screencasting
- Smilebox.com: Effects on Socialization
- Using Voicethread to Talk about Literature
- Critical Inquiry through Animoto Videos
- Educreation iPad App: Quick Assessments in Science
- Online Circuit Construction in Physics
- Google Moon Landing