COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

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Monday, May 26, 2014

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SPONSORS:
2nd Annual Educational Technology Leadership Conference 
School District Campus and Central Office Administrators, TAMIU Educational Administration Graduate Students 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Keynote Speaker Art J. Cavazos, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools, Harlingen Consolidated ISD
Cavazos oversees a growing school district with a population of more than 18,500 students, 3,300 employees and 28 campuses. HCISD is currently in year two of their Digital District journey and the transformation of teaching and learning is phenomenal. District successes are a result of a responsible rollout of digital learning tools, guided by five key components of digital learning.

David P. Thompson, Ph.D.
Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Texas at San Antonio

Monday, May 26, 2014 from 8:00AM to 4:00PM

Texas A&M International University 5201 University Boulevard Laredo, Texas 78041 
Texas A&M International University College of Education LEAD Grant and the Office of Information Technology, in collaboration with the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA)  TCEA Members: Free Non-TCEA Members: $40.00
(Includes Registration, lunch, annual membership to TCEA) 

Thompson authored and co-authored over 90 publications, and his works have appeared in such journals as West’s Education Law Reporter, the Journal of School Leadership, Educational Administration Quarterly, and the Texas School Administrators’ Legal Digest. . His presentation will discuss recent changes to the Texas Educator’s Code of Ethics regarding an educator’s duty to communicate appropriately through social media and interpret school district electronic communication policies.

Janie Stach
Lead Instructional Technology Coach - Secondary, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

Stach describes how classrooms are transforming into student‐centered  learning environments and the higher importance for campus administra‐ tors to build a digital culture. Stach promotes the sharing of ideas, iPad apps  and other social media resources that campus leaders may u lize to model  technology all within the contexts of Beliefs of Instruc onal Technology. 

Lori Gracey
Executive Director - Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA)

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Gracey will focus on all of the cri cal steps to planning a successful iPad           implementa on in your campus, whether it’s a device for each teacher, one  iPad per classroom, or a 1:1 student program. Her session will also cover free  iPad apps that will help you become an even be er leader. 

Session topics include flipped classrooms, Web 2.0 tools, Project-Based Learning and much more!