If you have innovative classroom/library practices that you would like to share at the TIE Conference now is the time to let us know. If you have discovered new technologies that are making an impact in your classroom/library we want you to present them. If you have found new uses for old tools that have made a difference in your classroom we want you. Have you found that technology is having a positive impact with your student engagement and achievement … we want you to present.
We are looking for presenters for the TIE Conference 2011 who have a passion for technology and its application in the classroom/library. This is your opportunity to share your successes with your colleagues around the state. Your presentations are what make the TIE Conference the high quality conference that we have grown to expect and look forward to for the past 24 years.
What do you need to do now?? Click on the link below to get to our online proposal form. Be clear and precise. Your proposal will be considered based upon the information contained in this form. Fill it out and click on the submit button. Proposals will be accepted until January 7, 2011.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Kim McMonagle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Randy Stall (email@example.com).
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RoundTable Sessions at T.I.E.
Throughout the conference, we would like to offer multiple one-hour, small group, interactive sessions on a topic of interest to you and other TIE attendees. We are looking for facilitators with a passion for a subject who would organize and facilitate these sessions. 2009 Roundtable sessions were extremely well received. We are considering ways to make the experience even better in 2011.
Although TIE doesn’t provide a stipend for facilitating a Round Table, you will be invited to the Presenter’s Reception. This party includes a buffet, open bar, interesting colleagues, and a chance to win prizes. Please complete this short RoundTable Form to indicate your interest.
Have a great day,
Technology in Education (TIE Colorado 2011 Conference)
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