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Teach Tomorrow Today (Upstate Technology Conference 2009)

Posted on June 16, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Upstate Technology Conference 2009

Upstate Technology Conference 2009

Jeff McCoy

The Upstate Technology Conference is already upon us!! It’s hard to believe that a year has already passed. We look forward to seeing some familiar faces from last year and some new ones this year. To date, we have over 920 educators registered to attend the conference! This year will be our biggest year yet. We are offering 18-23 sessions each hour on a variety of educational technology topics and nearly 200 sessions over the two day conference. We are looking forward to hearing about the innovative things our colleagues around the state are doing in the classroom to make student learning more engaging and relevant to the 21st Century society we live in. For those interested in the sessions being offered at the conference, the catalog is now available for viewing at

We are excited to have Christ Craft as our keynote speaker this year! Chris will be presenting multiple times throughout the conference and his keynote is entitled “Superpowers for Everyday Heroes”. Chris is an educator at Cross Roads Middle School in Columbia, South Carolina. Among his many accomplishments, Christ has received national attention for integrating technology into his classroom teaching. You will definitely want to be present to hear Chris share his classroom experiences!

We are excited that so many of you will be joining us this year to learn more about technology integration. We hope that the conference this year will inspire you to learn new things in the areas of technology integration and student engagement.

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    The School District of Greenville County – Instructional Technology Department


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