• Tuesday Keynote Speaker
    Sameer Hinduja

    Co-Director, Cyberbullying Research Center - Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Florida Atlantic University

    Dr. Hinduja works nationally and internationally with the private and public sector to reduce online victimization and its real-world consequences. The research at the Cyberbulling Research Center has been featured in hundreds of print and online articles, along with many national and international news programs and outlets. Dr. Hinduja has presented nationally and internationally to over 100,000 educators on the topics of cyberbullying and other forms of teen technology misuse. Research at the center has involved data from over 14,000 youth regarding their experiences with cyberbullying offending and victimization. The center is currently partnering with school administrators at a number of different districts to explore the nature of traditional and online victimization among their student body.

  • Wednesday Keynote Speaker
    Sara DeWitt

    Visionary, Author, and Educator - Vice President of PBS KIDS Interactive at Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

    As Vice President of PBS KIDS Digital, Sara DeWitt oversees day-to-day development of PBS’ multiplatform content for kids and families. Sara has led innovative strategies to build connected and immersive educational experiences for kids across media platforms. This includes the Kidscreen- and Webby-award winning PBSKIDS.org site, which reaches over 13 million unique visitors per month and offers hundreds of games, videos and activities. Sara played an integral role in the launch of the PBS KIDS Video App, offering more free educational video content on mobile than any other children’s media brand. The app was named one of the “50 Best Video Apps for Parents” by Babble. Before coming to PBS KIDS, DeWitt worked as a preschool teacher and a management researcher.

  • Thursday Keynote Speaker
    Travis Allen

    International Motivational Speaker - President & Founder of iSchool

    Travis Allen is a young visionary promoting digital learning in the classroom. Before graduating from high school, Travis created a viral YouTube video on revolutionizing America’s education through the use of mobile technology. Today, he is a senior at Kennesaw State University where he operates his growing non-profit organization, iSchool Initiative. With the support of his team, Travis has presented in over 40 states and 7 countries, allowing him to reach an audience of over 200,000 people! He has been featured on CNN, Huffington Post and Forbes. In 2011, he was the winner of Google Young Minds competition; and in 2012, he was invited to the White House for Education Datapalooza. Travis is quickly becoming one of the most influential leaders of the emerging digital learning movement.

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Christa McAuliffe was our New Hampshire "teacher in space" astronaut who died in the Challenger shuttle launch on January 28th, 1986.

In Christa's memory and in keeping with her spirit this conference is designed to highlight the sharing of successful technology practices among educators. The conference serves as a forum for exchanging technology-based success stories, integration tips, instructional strategies, technical solutions, and management techniques, that really work in the learning environment.

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