Keynote Presentation: Jason Siko
"Futures of Educational Technology: Possible, Plausible, and Preferable"
Jason Siko is an Assistant Professor of Educational Technology at Grand Valley State University. Prior to this appointment, he was a high school biology and chemistry teacher for 13 years. Jason has also worked as a consultant in strategic foresight. His research interests include teaching futures studies in K-12, game design as an instructional strategy, and K-12 online readiness skills.
Continuing education credit available through Madonna University.
Cost: (Includes continental breakfast and lunch)
$50 Early registration -- individual
$40 Early registration -- per person for a group of five or more registering together
After February 1: All registration $60 per person
8-9 Registration and breakfast
Breakout sessions will present a range of educational technology topics, including
iPad and Google applications
running a 1:1 program
creating quality video and photos
New this year: longer "hands on" workshops
Mercy High School of Farmington Hills is pleased to announce that we have been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2015 to 2017 for our integration of technology across the curriculum and school life. The Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved for programs that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate a clear and consistent vision of exemplary learning environments.