Designed specifically for school and district educational technology leaders and instructors, TETC offers opportunities for growth and development through training sessions, labs, interest sessions, and peer networking. TETC is the premiere venue by which educators are able to better the knowledge, quality and access to educational technology and integration in the school systems of Tennessee, benefitting children and communities statewide.
The 2014 TETC Conference will take place April 14-15, 2014. It will be held at the Music City Center, 201 5th Ave S, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203.
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The Tennessee Department of Education, Division of Curriculum & Instruction
In response to district feedback, TETC 2014 will be condensed into a single day event, minimizing time out of the classroom for educators.
Monday, April 14 will be a full day and will include a general session and breakout sessions. All conference participants are encouraged to attend Monday’s sessions.
Tuesday, April 15 will have optional, specific opportunities for interested participants including an expanded Content for Technology Directors: Tuesday will offer sessions specifically designed to support Technology Directors and other district personnel charged with technology purchasing and management. This will include interactive opportunities to work with PARCC compatible devices.
Information on any additional Tuesday sessions that may be offered will be released at a later date. The conference will conclude on Tuesday; there will be no content offered on Wednesday, April 16
The theme of this year’s event will be the transition to PARCC, focusing on three overall questions:
School and district level technology professionals, including:
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