Create passion, purpose, and potential to inspire student learning.
 

The Southern Alberta Summit 2019 is an opportunity to invest in your student’s best strategy for success - YOU - their teacher! The entire experience will concentrate on the teacher you bring to work every day, as well as the amazing students in your classroom and how you can integrate technology into your classroom to engage those students.
 
You’ll return to your classroom refreshed, re-energized and re-inspired to make each day the best learning day for your students.
 
 
What will you take back to your school?
 
Sessions will go beyond tools. You’ll walk away with best practices and strategies for using educational technology in the classroom and tips for creating new experiences in your classroom. Topics include:
  • GSuite for Education and Chromebooks
  • MicrosoftEDU: Minecraft, One Note and Sway
  • Integration and Best Practices with Apple and iPad Apps
  • Makerspace, Coding & Design Thinking
  • And so much more!
 
 

The  EdTechTeam Southern Alberta Summit 2019 Summit Experience
 
The EdTechTeam Southern Alberta Summit 2019  is your opportunity to get creative with the latest in educational technology to inspire and challenge young minds. Together, we’ll explore tools and strategies for rising to the challenge of creating classrooms that give every student the opportunity to be extraordinary and become a real-world problem solver.

Keynote Speakers

Kim Pollishuke
York Region District School Board
Digital Literacy Resource Teacher

Jeff Heil
San Diego County Office of Education

Spotlight Speakers

Charity Helman
EdTechTeam Canada
Event Coordinator

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Call in support - letter to leadership requesting funds
We’ve created a letter for you to use to get support from your school or district leadership to attend this Summit. Please feel free to customize the letter to help “make the case” for your attendance.