We are thrilled to welcome our FETC professional learning community to connect, collaborate and fuel ideas to enhance the future of digital learning environments next January in a new location, New Orleans! We are designing a conference experience over four days, where senior level strategic decision-makers and educators will be immersed in inspiring content, discovering skills and strategies to cultivate positive energy, creativity, curiosity, and innovation. The disruption from COVID-19, continuing advances in digital technology, and intensifying demand for student-centered learning have combined to present an unprecedented opportunity to transform education across systems.
As we move from asking our students to be consumers of knowledge to asking them to create and apply their solutions to real-world problems, the digital world enables collaboration and multi modal communication, new ways to create and share new knowledge, and opportunities to amplify, accelerate and connect learners and learning. It is through this new lens that the Future of Education Technology Conference will select content to share with all five tracks in 2023.
FETC invites K-12 education professionals representing all content areas and specialties, as well as industry leaders and technology experts, to submit cutting-edge education technology presentations to the Request for Proposals for our 43rd Annual Future of Education Technology Conference to be held on January 23 – 26, 2023 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in beautiful New Orleans, La.
Whether managing information technology operations, or addressing instructional programs, administrative leaders will learn that connecting pedagogical practices, big data, well-being, and equity is the new role of technology. Presentations at FETC will represent a shift towards building learning partnerships, learning environments and powerful pedagogies that demonstrate technology’s indispensable impact on improving the quality of learning!
The most dynamic and creative minds in the learning landscape—superintendents, administrators, district leaders, state and national policy leaders, IT directors, CIOs, coaches, media specialists and educators —will gather at FETC to take part in this four-day exchange of ideas and techniques about how technology is unlocking new ways to teach and elevate learning.
We’re looking for dynamic, charismatic, and articulate speakers to deliver original presentations addressing the latest trends in emerging technologies, leadership strategies for driving organizational change, innovations in pedagogy and proven practices for inclusion, equality, access, and wellbeing for school districts to utilize as they ensure impact, efficacy and usage of technology.
Share your educational technology methods, tools and implementations in compelling thought leadership sessions, skill building deep dive hands-on workshops and interactive presentations for senior level strategists and education professionals committed to the future of teaching and learning. If you are chosen to present after submitting a proposal, you will not only gain the respect of your peers and an opportunity to network with the nation’s leading education technology experts, you will also receive a FREE registration and the opportunity to fuel inspiration for forward-thinking teaching and learning with your session topics producing a better future by transforming education.
FETC 2023 will provide an opportunity to discover how districts and schools are working within the new normal post pandemic with skill training for new instructional practices and an exploration of future education implications. Beyond sharing lessons learned from integrating technology, FETC is also seeking submissions on new and emerging technologies. Converging technologies such as web 3.0, the metaverse, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, 3D Printing, blockchain, data collection and collaboration tools are providing ways to reimagine how people learn—which can be superior to the traditional models.
The Program Selection Committee will evaluate proposals in all tracks based on their value and relevance. The FETC Conference Tracks include the Future of EdTech Administrator; Future of EdTech Coach; Future of EdTech Educator; Future of EdTech Information Technology; and Future of EdTech Library Media Specialist. Each proposal undergoes a process of review and evaluation following examination criteria including interest and engagement of conference attendees; current and/or cutting-edge topic; content of presentation; relevance to conference tracks; research-based strategies and methods; and implementation possibilities explained.
Join the nation’s largest independent edtech event as a speaker! Over 10,000 #FETC attendees representing PK-12 educational technology leaders from all 50 states and over 60 countries will convene in New Orleans face to face next January. By sharing your successful practices that transform learning for all students, you can help inspire and encourage other administrators, educators, information technologists, library media specialist and instructional coaches from across the nation to creatively deploy technologies and expand the possibilities of learning through educational technology.
Don’t delay, submit your proposal today at Speak at FETC 2023
The deadline for submission is June 5, 2022.
Questions About Your Submission? If you have any questions, please contact: Jennifer Womble, Conference Chair, Future of Education Technology Conference at email@example.com
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