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|TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING CONFERENCE SCHEDULED JULY 29
HAMMOND -- The second annual
Northshore Excellence in Teaching with Technology conference will be held
at Southeastern Louisiana University’s St. Tammany Center in Mandeville
on Friday, July 29.
Entitled “Get Connected!
Teachers and Technology,” the NETT conference is co-sponsored by Southeastern
and Delgado Community College. The fee for the conference is $20 and lunch
is included. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged by clicking on the
NETT registration form at www.selu.edu/sttammanycenter.
Keynote speaker at the
conference is Nan Adams of Southeastern’s Department of Educational Leadership
and Technology. In her presentation, “Digital Intelligence,” she will explore
how technology influences the learning process. Adams has an extensive
record of publications and presentations related to teaching, learning
and technology. She has taught at all levels of education and works directly
with candidates in the teacher technology preparedness program at Southeastern.
The conference will include
presentations by educators from higher education, community college and
K-12 levels, who will share their technology teaching and learning experiences.
Also featured is a presentation by Mike Abbiatti, associate commissioner
of the Louisiana Board of Regents, who will speak on Merlot (“Multimedia
Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching”), a free resource
providing links to online learning materials for educators. Various vendors
will be on hand to demonstrate the latest in technology tools.
For more information, call