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Three Midwest Education Technology Conference featured speakers have been announced: (from left to right) Howie DiBlasi, David Jakes, and Scott Meech.
DiBlasi is currently a member of the Alan November Consulting Team, and is a recognized leader in digital technology, multi-media, interactive videoconferencing and 21st Century learning. He has extensive hands on experience in training administrators and educators using 21st Century technology and applications. Join him for a preconference workshop on Monday, February 8 or attend one of his breakout sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 9 & 10.
Jakes has spent 25 years in education as a teacher, staff developer, and technology coordinator. His interests in educational technology include digital storytelling, the application of geography-based systems for learning, and developing online communities of learning through blogging, wiki and other connective technologies. Jakes presents breakout sessions Tuesday and Wednesday, February 9 & 10.
Meech is starting his 15th year in education. He currently works at The Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, Illinois as the district Technology Facilitator. As an early technology adopter, he became the test pilot for any and all new tech initiatives. Meech’s teaching quickly transformed from a traditional teacher-centered paradigm to a constructivist student-centered approach. He presents breakout sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 9 & 10.
METC 2010 is February 8, 9, 10. Registration opens October 1, 2009. For more information on METC 2010, visit the conference’s Moodle.
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