|AREA EDUCATORS INVITED TO JULY 29 NORTH SHORE CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGY
IN THE CLASSROOM
HAMMOND – Area educators are
invited to participate in the first annual Northshore Excellence in Teaching
with Technology (NETT) Conference July 29 at the Southeastern Louisiana
University St. Tammany Center.
Co-sponsored by Southeastern
and Delgado Community College, the conference is open to university faculty
as well as area kindergarten-high school teachers. It will illustrate the
latest innovations in the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.
Participants can explore technologies, learn about strategies and tools,
and leave ready to infuse their courses with technology.
Topics include distance learning,
computer based instruction, devices in the classroom, digital imaging,
web development, and instructional design.
The keynote speaker will be Southeastern
math professor Lou Schultz, who has been a consultant to more than 100
school districts and a member of numerous committees on educational reform.
He has served as a national consultant on technology design and implementation.
An accomplished list of presenters
will represent the St. Tammany Parish school system, Southeastern, and
Delgado. They include, from St. Tammany Parish, Terry Toney of Fontainebleau
High School and Hope Caime of the St. Tammany Instructional Technology
Center; from Southeastern, Angela Dunnington and Mary Marx, Sims Memorial
Library; Cathy Holland, Baton Rouge School of Nursing; Stella Helluin,
accounting; Laura Zammit, Center for Faculty Excellence; Harold E. Davis,
accounting; Martie Fellom, music and dramatic arts; and Angie Anderson,
history and political science; and, from Delgado, Christine Mitchell, English;
Shannon Meadows, biology; Frank Smith, technology.
Space is limited and pre-registration
is required. Participants can register on-line and find additional information
The Southeastern St. Tammany
Center is located on the third floor of the St. Tammany Parish governmental
complex, 21454 Koop Dr., near Mandeville. Directions are available on the