• Tuesday Keynote Speaker
    George Couros

    Educator, Innovative Leader, & Author Principal of Innovative Teaching & Learning, Parkland School Division, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada

    George Couros is a leading educator in the area of innovative leadership, teaching, and learning. He has worked at all levels (K-12) as a teacher and technology facilitator as well as school and district administrator. He speaks on the topic of innovative student learning and engagement and has worked with schools and organizations around the globe. George is the author of “The Innovator’s Mindset; Empower Learning, Unleash Talent, and Lead a Culture of Creativity” and also the creator of ConnectedPrincipals.com, an initiative that brings educators and leaders together from around the world to create powerful learning opportunities for students. His belief that, meaningful change happens when you first connect to people’s hearts, is modelled in his writing and speaking.
  • Wednesday Keynote Speaker
    Jenifer Fox

    Educator, Speaker, & Innovator on 21st Century Learning Founding Head of The Delta School, Wilson, Arkansas

    Jenifer Fox is an international award-winning author, public speaker, and a recognized leader of the Strengths Movement. Jenifer created cutting edge strengths curriculum for youth utilizing technology and integrated media. She bases her claims on her lifetime experience working with young people (25 years, with 16 as a school principal) and states that if we are to do one thing that will truly prepare children to face the future with confidence and success it is to develop their strengths. Her message is straightforward. Education as we know it today is heading toward obsolescence. In order for young people to be successful in the future, educators will need to know what energizes their students, what keeps their interests, what their contribution is going to be, and what they have to offer to relationships with others. Developing students strengths will be as important as understanding technology.
  • Thursday Keynote Speaker
    Paul Reynolds

    STEAM Advocate, Author, & Designer CEO & Co-Founder of FableVision & The Reynolds Center for Teaching Learning and Creativity

    Paul is the CEO and Co-Founder of FableVision, which creates and distributes original educational media, mobile games, and apps designed to move the world to a better place. As CEO, Paul also oversees the company’s K12 edtech publishing group FableVision Learning, as well as The Reynolds Center for Teaching Learning & Creativity (TLC). Under the Reynolds TLC banner, Paul has been instrumental in the development of a digital fabrication software tool for the Fab@School Project which is designed to lower the on-ramp to a meaningful FabLab experience in elementary and middle schools. Paul’s most recent book collaborations with his twin brother Peter include Going Places, a picture book about creativity and engineering and a STEM-meets-Arts (STEAM) early chapter book series called Sydney & Simon that includes Full STEAM Ahead! and Go Green!
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Welcome

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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New for 2016

  • Lots of 30th Anniversary activities and fun each day
  • Completely new look in the Expo Center on Thursday that includes new exhibitors, the showcases, and the playgrounds
  • NH School Library Media partnership brings new sessions, new ideas, new attendees, and lots of energy

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Special Events

Monday Evening ~ FREE Showing of SCREENAGERS followed by a Q&A Panel

Spread the word with parents in your school! We welcome parents and their teenagers on Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 for Screenagers, an award-winning documentary.

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Collaboratory MakerSpace

The Collaboratory MakerSpace is dedicated to highlighting the engaging and practical hands-on approach to learning that is gaining educators’ attention.

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REInvented Thurday

The Expo Center on Thursday has a whole new look ~ new exhibitors to visit, the Teacher Showcase in the morning and then the Student STEAM Showcase in the afternoon, along with five AM EdTech Playgrounds and a different five PM EdTech Playgrounds. Come join the Playground Directors and have some fun?

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30th Anniversary Celebration

New Hampshire held its first 1-day education technology conferences starting in the 1980s that have evolved into the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference we enjoy today. Come join the celebration!

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Bookstore & Signings

Keynote speakers George Couros (Tuesday) and Paul Reynolds (Thursday) will be available to sign copies of their latest books following their keynote presentations. On Thursday only Gibson’s Bookstore will set up in the Salon Lobby with many popular titles.

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Keynote Speakers

  • Tuesday, 8:15 a.m. in the Armory
  • Wednesday, 8:15 a.m. in the Armory
  • Thursday, 8:15 a.m. in the Armory
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George Couros

Educator, Innovative Leader, Author, & Division Principal of Innovative Teaching & Learning, Parkland School Division, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada

George Couros headshotGEORGE COUROS is a leading educator in the area of innovative leadership, teaching, and learning. He has worked at all levels (K-12) as a teacher and technology facilitator as well as school and district administrator. He speaks on the topic of innovative student learning and engagement and has worked with schools and organizations around the globe. George is the author of “The Innovator’s Mindset; Empower Learning, Unleash Talent, and Lead a Culture of Creativity” and also the creator of ConnectedPrincipals.com, an initiative that brings educators and leaders together from around the world to create powerful learning opportunities for students. His belief that, meaningful change happens when you first connect to people’s hearts, is modeled in his writing and speaking. George holds Bachelor of Education and Science degrees from the University of Saskatchewan and a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix.

Visit the ConnectedPrincipals website at: connectedprincipals.com
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Subscribe to George’s blog The Principal of Change at: georgecourus.ca/blog/


The Innovator’s Mindset

Carol Dweck’s work has focused on the ideas of “fixed” and “growth” mindset, yet educators will need to go a step further with these notions to create the learning opportunities and that our students and schools deserve. We need to focus not only what we know, but what we do with what we know. In this talk, George will discuss the idea and characteristics of “The Innovator’s Mindset” (as discussed in the book of the same title), and share powerful examples on why this is so crucial for all educators. George’s presentations are known to be emotional, humorous, all while pushing your thinking, and will definitely connect to your heart first, in a way that will last with you long after this keynote.

George conducts the following concurrent sessions in Salon A:

Your Digital Footprint on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

3 Things Students Should Have Before They Leave High School on Tuesday at 12:00 p.m.

Jenifer Fox

Educator, Speaker, & Innovator on 21st Century Learning Founding Head of The Delta School, Wilson, Arkansas

Jenifer Fox headshotJENNIFER FOX is an international award-winning author, public speaker, and a recognized leader of the Strengths Movement. Jenifer created cutting edge strengths curriculum for youth utilizing technology and integrated media. She bases her claims on her lifetime experience working with young people (25 years, with 16 as a school principal) and states that if we are to do one thing that will truly prepare children to face the future with confidence and success it is to develop their strengths. Her message is straightforward. Education as we know it today is heading toward obsolescence. In order for young people to be successful in the future, educators will need to know what energizes their students, what keeps their interests, what their contribution is going to be, and what they have to offer to relationships with others. Developing students strengths will be as important as understanding technology. Jenifer is currently the Founding Head of School at The Delta School located in Wilson, Arkansas. Ms Fox holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master of Arts degree from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, and a Master of Education from Harvard University.

For more information about The Delta School visit their website at: thedeltaschool.org
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Visit Jenifer’s website at: www.jeniferfox.com


Why K-12 Education Must Change

The next 10 years will dramatically change our lives and almost everything in it. The rise of robots, advancements in computers, global competition, the economics of the environment (among other developments) will make skills training in most fields, with a few exceptions, obsolete at ever quickening rates. We know that the only way for people to live meaningful and fulfilling lives is to receive an education. But it cannot be the kind of education we are used to. We have to stop teaching the curriculum and start teaching the individual – each individual, every single individual, and teach them as individuals, with unique interests, abilities and strengths. And what we teach them will have to be uniquely human as increased automation will cause the mass disappearance of traditional jobs. We are headed into a world where creativity and innovative thinking will be more valuable than rote learning of any depth. Our educational system must embrace art, teamwork, leadership, empathy, and the deeper aspects of human life and society as core curriculum in order for us to thrive.

Jenifer also conducts the following concurrent sessions in Salon A:

What does the Maker Movement "get right"? What can we learn from it? on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.

Paul Reynolds

STEAM Advocate, Author, & Designer CEO & Co-Founder of FableVision & The Reynolds Center for Teaching Learning and Creativity

Paul Reynolds headshot 01 PAUL REYNOLDS is the CEO and Co-Founder of FableVision, which creates and distributes original educational media, mobile games, and apps designed to move the world to a better place. As CEO, Paul also oversees the company’s K12 ed tech publishing group FableVision Learning, as well as The Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning, & Creativity (TLC). Under the Reynolds TLC banner, Paul has been instrumental in the development of a digital fabrication software tool for the Fab@School Project that is designed to lower the on-ramp to a meaningful FabLab experience in elementary and middle schools. Paul’s most recent book collaborations with his twin brother Peter include Going Places, a picture book about creativity and engineering and a STEM-meets-Arts (STEAM) early chapter book series called Sydney & Simon that includes Full STEAM Ahead! and Go Green! When he is not entrenched in all things FableVision, Paul teaches digital media production at Boston College, where he has served as adjunct faculty for over two decades.

More information about The Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning, & Creativity is located at: www.reynoldstlc.org
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Visit the FableVision and FableVision Learning website at: www.fablevision.com


Library 2.0: How Do We Craft & Share the Story of the Modern Library’s Critical Role in the 21st Century?

We are experiencing a dramatic transition on the library landscape – in both public and school libraries. The digital age is rapidly and radically transforming how we live, play, work, and learn – and the traditional library has been upended in the process. Conversations ensue about the need for staffing and funding an “obsolete” institution, but the attendees of CMTC know better. Libraries are not less important in the 21st century – they are more important than ever! They continue to be the free, scaffolded portals (physical & digital) to knowledge and learning – open and accessible to all. A vibrant, democratic society relies on this shining beacon of light in every community. In a world facing the darkness of ignorance, intolerance, and conflict, we need that light even more brightly. Paul shares his advocacy work for what he calls Library 2.0 using stories, animated films, and inspirational messages. He describes how he sees the library as a mission-critical beachhead for innovations and creativity in our schools and communities. Paul enjoins attendees to work with him to articulate and broadcast the urgent message that the modern library has increased and critical relevance in a rapidly changing world. The keynote concludes with a group brainstorming activity to imagine how we might convey the Library 2.0 message. Who knows, at CMTC 2017, FableVision may unveil an animation or book CMTC attendees helped to create!

Paul also conducts the following concurrent sessions in Salon A:

Create an Easy, Affordable Classroom Makerspace on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

A Fireside Chat with Paul Reynolds on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. 

Keynote Speakers 2015

Sameer Hinduja
Words Wound: Delete Cyberbullying & Make Kindness Go Viral

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Sara DeWitt
The Changing Landscape of Digital Learning

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Travis Allen
Becoming a Lifelong Learner

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Keynote Speakers 2014

Sylvia Libow Martinez
A Global Revolution Goes to School: The Maker Movement

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Ken Shelton
The Art of Iteration: Embracing Failure for Learning

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Rushton Hurley
Creativity, Inspiration, and Excellence

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Keynote Speakers 2013

Kevin Honeycutt
Trends, Tools, and Tactics for 21st Century Learning

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Jaime Casap
Unleashing the Power of Technology in Education

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Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Leading the New Literacies: Digital, Media, & Global Project Based Learning

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Keynote Speakers 2012

Angela Maiers
Habitudes of a 21st Century Learner

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Richard Byrne
Everything Is Free, Now What?

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Scott Kinney
Moving Learning...Beyond the Information Age

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Spotlight Sessions

  • Kecia Ray
  • Kathy Schrock
  • Terry Bullard
  • Pam Harland
  • Scott Laliberte

Executive Director of the Center for Digital Education

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Dr. Kecia Ray began her career as a middle school science teacher in the Atlanta area before moving to Nashville in 1994 to teach in one of the state’s first 21st Century classrooms. Kecia participated in the state’s first distance-learning network and served on the iNACOL research committee. She designed technology-rich learning spaces for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and became the director of technology research in the Office of Science Outreach at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 2000. Kecia joined the Metropolitan Nashville school district in 2004 as district policy manager and was named assistant superintendent of federal programs and grants in 2007 and remained in this position until 2010, when she became the district’s first executive director for learning technology. In 2016, Ray became the Executive Director of the Center for Digital Education a national research center focused on transforming education with technology as a catalyst. Kecia also teaches graduate courses for Johns Hopkins University and serves as president of the board of directors of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Kecia shares her experiences and expertise in the following sessions:

  • PreConference workshop for administrators on Monday from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m
  • Concurrent session on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

Monday ~ Converging Practice in K-12 ~ The Role of Digital Resources

The mission of the Center for Digital Learning follows, "to nurture a community of thought leaders who are rethinking education with technology as the catalyst. Our vision is to make education relevant and accessible for students worldwide." Join Dr. Kecia Ray as she facilitates a conversation with district and schools administrators about current pedagogical practices, instructional technology, and the emphasis on competency for learning. What is the appropriate role of digital resources? What skills, tools, and resources do both students and educators require? Where are the best sources of and strategies for professional learning? What resources are valued? What policies and guidelines are needed? Where is your district or school now and where are you headed? How might you set your goals and create a plan of action to achieve those goals?

Tuesday ~ Social Media ~ A Proactive Position for Instruction & Communication

Social media can quickly become a disruptive factor in our districts and our schools if not utilized and managed from a proactive versus reactive perspective. Join Kecia as she provides insight and strategies for using these powerful tools to the district and schools advantage for both instruction and communication. The Center for Digital Education is a national research and advisory institute specializing in K-12 and higher education technology trends, policy, and funding. The Center provides education and industry leaders with decision support and actionable insight to help effectively incorporate new technologies. Let Kecia help you navigate the territory of social media.

Educator, Consultant, & Educational Technology Guru

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Kathy has been involved with technology to support teaching and learning since the early 1990's, is an Adobe Education Leader, a Google Certified Teacher, and a Discovery Education STAR and Guru. Kathy writes, speaks, blogs, tweets, and conducts professional development workshops, presentations, and keynotes throughout the world. The EdTech graduate program at Wilkes University (PA) enjoys Kathy’s services as adjunct faculty. She is known for her practical presentations dealing with pedagogically sound practices for the embedding of technology seamlessly into teaching and learning. Her passions are online tools to support classroom instruction, the role of emerging technologies in the classroom, infographics, tablets in the classroom, copyright and intellectual property, tablets in the classroom, information literacy, and gadgets of any type! You can find her on Twitter (@kathyschrock), Google+, and many other social networks!

Kathy shares her experiences and expertise in the following sessions:

  • PreConference workshop on Monday from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
  • Concurrent session on Tuesday at 3:15 p.m.
  • BYOD session on Wednesday at from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
  • Concurrent session on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.

Monday ~ VR in the Classroom: Creating 360 Degree Panoramas & Immersive Tours

Using virtual reality (VR) in the classroom can immerse students in a 360 environment, help with understanding complex subjects, and engage learners of all ages. Discover how to enable students to create these online, interactive panoramas. Explore using a Google Cardboard viewer to immerse the student in an image, this can be very powerful teaching tool! In this hands-on workshop, learn the how and why of this technology to support teaching and learning. Use the Ricoh Theta S camera to create your own images and videos that can be interacted with online and also made immersible when viewed through Google Cardboard.

Tuesday ~ The Common Thread: Weaving Information Literacy Skills to Engage Learners

By engaging students in problem- and project-based learning, impacting their emotions, causing them to question and think about controversial topics, and presenting content in the form of visuals and stories, research shows that students more often retain content and turn it into personal knowledge. By infusing the information literacy skill set as the common thread across the content areas, students have the foundation they need to succeed. Learn how the team of classroom teacher, teacher librarian, and technology teacher can work together to create and teach lessons that intertwine these literacies.

Wednesday BYOD ~ Visual Notetaking in the Classroom

Visual notetaking, also called sketchnoting, allows students to creatively organize their thoughts using sketches. Visual notetaking targets the auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners as all three areas are utilized. Whether taking notes the traditional way and then creating a sketchnoted version, or sketching notes during a lecture, with sketchnotes students showcase their personalized understanding of the content. Learn how to teach students the basics of visual notetaking, how to create a structure that can be used for the process, and practice creating some sketchnotes of your own in this session. Apps and tools that can be used for digital sketchnoting will also be covered. Sketchnoting is appropriate for students in grades 5 through 12.

Wednesday ~ Do the EdTech Hokey Pokey: Put Your Whole Self In!

Put your "whole self in" and "turn yourself around" by exploring exciting new emerging technologies! In addition, learn about the unintended and spontaneous uses of mobile devices with the powerful applications that are here today and coming tomorrow. Teachers, administrators, and coaches need to continue their professional development to understand what technologies are available to support teaching and learning. Understanding the current and future trends plays a big role in their professional growth and leadership in their school and district. In addition, they also should be able to support a digital-age learning culture to ensure that all teachers are on-board with the importance of finding the best technologies and resources for student learning. Technologies presented in the 2016 NMC Horizon Report K-12 will be used as well as a quick overview of the main points of this useful report. This session is a MUST for technology directors and coordinators!

NHSTE 2015 Sue Janosz Impact Award Winner & Director of Technology for the Bedford School District

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Terry Bullard embodies every aspect of being a technology leader locally, statewide, and nationally. She is in her third year as the Director of Technology for the Bedford School District. Previously, she served as the Director of Technology for the Windham School District for 16 years and prior to that the Technology Director for the Manchester School District for 12½ years. As a technology leader for over 30 years, her passion has been to implement a shared vision for effectively integrating technology to enhance teaching and learning. She challenges administrators and teachers alike to think outside the box as to how technology can be used to transform the world of teaching and learning. Terry believes that technology is more than a “tool” but that it is an integral part of student and professional life. She is most passionate about the two one-to-one initiatives she has implemented, the first in the Windham School District with the opening of its new high school in 2009 and the second at Bedford High School in 2015. Each month, Terry hosts two User’s Groups – Powerschool and Google Apps for Education administrators. Over 55 school districts attend meetings where a variety of topics are presented, shared and discussed. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from SUNY College of Technology.

Terry shares her experiences and expertise in the following sessions:

  • Concurrent session on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
  • Concurrent session on Tuesday at 3:15 p.m.

Tuesday ~ The Changing Landscape in the 1-to-1 Classroom

Today, in education, more and more districts and schools are adopting 1-to-1 or BYOD Programs. This can be very exciting and daunting at the same time for educators. The Bedford School District implemented a 1-to-1 Chromebook program at Bedford High School. Come listen, learn and participate in a discussion on how Chromebooks can be used effectively to impact instruction in a high school setting. The discussion focuses on activities that support and encourage learning, teacher adaptation, as well as classroom management from educators in a variety of content areas at Bedford High School.

Tuesday ~ Balancing Privacy & Innovation

How do we balance the safety and privacy concerns of our students versus the need to teach 21st century skills? With the increasing number of online resources and tools that support teaching and learning comes inherent risks to student data. Jon this discussion around the challenges that districts, schools and educators face to protect student privacy while encouraging innovative uses of technology in the classroom. Strategies, resources, and processes will be presented that can be used to assist educators with adopting new digital tools in the classroom and ensuring that student privacy and data is protected.

NH School Librarian of the Year in 2010 & Professor at Plymouth State University

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Pam Harland has been a librarian for over 25 years working in school libraries, academic libraries, and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Research Library. Currently she is Faculty in the Department of Educational Leadership at Plymouth State University where she serves as the Program Coordinator for the Library Media Specialist and Technology Intergrator programs. She is also on the Board of Directors of the American Association of School Librarians. Pam speaks nationally about library spaces, learning commons, librarians as leaders, and everything in between. She is the author of The Learning Commons: Seven Simple Steps to Transforming Your Library (Libraries Unlimited, 2011), holds a BA from the University of New Hampshire, a Masters of Science in Information Systems from Drexel University, and was NH School Librarian of the Year in 2010. Follow her on Twitter @pamlibrarian.

Pam shares her experiences and expertise in the following sessions:

  • Concurrent session on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
  • Concurrent session on Thursday at 11:30 a.m.

Wednesday ~ The Learning Commons: Blueprint for the Future Ready Library

Equal access to resources and information literacy skills has never been more important. Explore how creating a learning commons can be at the vanguard of preparing your entire school for future readiness. Learn how collaborative teaching, easily discoverable content, and open access to resources support a future ready school. Rethink library spaces and leave with a refreshed perspective as well as tips, tricks, and hacks to empower students with essential academic and life skills.

Thursday ~ From Screwdrivers to Shark Tanks: Meet Competencies Through Collaboration

Learn how students who traditionally used hammers and screwdrivers are now using Samsung tablets, blogs, and a real-world database to document progress, do research, describe projects, and create an innovative invention in the Shark Tank project. A high school English teacher and librarian work together with the Technology Education department (Woodworking, Autos, and Welding) to introduce innovation and technical writing as an intervention for struggling students to meet English competencies.

Assistant Superintendent, Londonderry School District

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Scott is the Assistant Superintendent for the Londonderry (NH) School District. In this role he is a visionary, leader, and advocate in the area of integrated STEM education. Scott serves on the SERESC STEM Advisory Committee and is the NH representative to the College Board’s New England Regional Council. A former teacher of high school English, Scott has published articles, short stories, and a novel. He enjoys landscape painting, travel, and is an avid fisherman. Prior to moving to Londonderry, Scott served as the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for the Gilford (NH) School District and prior to that he was the principal of Moultonborough (NH) Central School. He has a BA from the University of New Hampshire, a Master of Education and CAGS in Educational Leadership and Administration both from Plymouth State University.

Scott shares her experiences and expertise in the following sessions:

  • Concurrent session on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

Thursday ~ Shiny Widgets: Leading Tech Innovation without a Technology Background

Examine various strategies by which educational leaders can move beyond the limits of their own knowledge of technology to fully realize the possibilities inherent in new instructional tools. Most systems and building level leaders work hard to remain current in new instructional tools, and yet with the constant developments of new and more effective instructional technology, 'remaining current' may not be enough. How are school leaders to support and encourage innovation in educational technology that they may only partially understand? It is possible - but only with a fundamental shift in perspective and in some cases in the way in which we structure our work each day. Chasing fads simply isn't enough - there are far too many to chase. This district administrator offers strategies and resulting practices that encourage educational leaders to examine the ways in which they approach the integration of instructional technology. The outcome is an approach that allows them to work effectively within their means, while encouraging ongoing exploration and innovation.

Exhibitor Presentations

  • Tuesday Exhibitor Presentations
  • Wednesday Exhibitor Presentations
  • Thursday Exhibitor Presentations

Showcase Sessions

  • Thursday ~ Student Showcase
  • Thursday ~ Teacher Showcase

What is a Student Showcase?

The Student STEAM Showcase highlights programs across the state engaging students in a variety of STEAM activities in grades K-12. The student showcase takes place on Thursday afternoon from 1:30 to 3:00 PM. We welcome up to two adults with a maximum of five students per team. Each team receives one-day conference registration for a maximum of two adults. Each student team is provided with a 4 x 6 bulletin board and table for displaying their materials.

 

We seek additional Student Showcase sessions throughout the fall or until spaces fill to join those listed above.

We have space for 15 Student STEAM Showcase presenters and encourage you to try the experience! If you would like to be included as a Student STEAM Showcase presenter, click on this Presenters link and follow the instructions for more information or to register. Submissions are accepted through early November or until spaces are filled.

What is a Teacher Showcase?

Held in the Expo Center on Thursday morning from 9:30 to 11:00 AM, the foundation behind the Teacher Showcase is very simple -- teachers and students presenting successful strategies integrating technology in learning experiences that engage and empower students in a casual, "interest fair" style format.

Join New Hampshire's technology educators who have gathered together to share their successful strategies integrating technology in learning experiences that engage and empower students. Come explore their ideas and ask questions in this informal, yet highly informative setting. Spend as much or as little time as you like at stations of interest. A complete directory of Teacher Showcase sessions is available at the entrance of the Teacher Showcase area on Thursday morning.

 

We seek additional Teacher Showcase sessions throughout the fall or until spaces fill to join those listed above.

We have space for 15+ Teacher Showcase presenters and encourage you to try the experience! If you would like to be included as a Teacher Showcase presenter, click on this Presenters link and follow the instructions for more information or to register. Submissions are accepted through early November or until spaces are filled.

What are the benefits of being a Teacher Showcase Presenter?

Teacher Showcase session presenters share their ideas and expertise in the Teacher Showcase area from 1:30 to 3:00pm. on Thursday. In return, Teacher Showcase presenters are given a free conference registration for the day on Thursday that includes the keynote session, access to the exhibitors, their choice of one-hour concurrent sessions, and lunch. It is a great way to share your experiences with your colleagues in an informal and relaxing atmosphere.

EdTech Playground Session Descriptions