JUNE 22 & 23, 2016
MN STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD
Join us for two days of hands-on, interactive presentations!
This conference will cover a wide variety of topics to help you effectively
integrate technology into your classroom instruction.
Brad Waid, is an energetic and passionate educator who inspires educational change through technology and Augmented Reality. Brad Waid is a highly sought after speaker who engages his audience with his passion, humor, mind-blowing demonstrations all while sharing the power of technology and how it can transform the way we learn, teach and lead. He is an industry leader in Educational Technology and in Augmented Reality. Brad is an expert in applying technology into the educational field and is on the leading edge of emerging technologies. He is one of the Co-Founders of AR Detroit, a monthly meet up where industry leaders and visionaries come together to talk about the application and future of Augmented Reality. Brad is also the Co-Founder of Two Guys and Some iPads blog, an internationally viewed blog from over 120 countries and over 100,000 visitors in the first 4 months of it’s creation. In addition, he is the Co-Host of the wildly popular and number one rated “Two Guys Show” on the EdReach Network. Brad’s knowledge of educational technology and his passion to inspire educational change, makes him a highly sought after speaker who makes an impact where ever he goes.
PBS LearningMedia, an award-winning and trusted destination for educators that aggregates the best of public media, providing an innovative solution for educators looking to leverage media in 21st century classrooms. John develops professional development and engagement activities for teachers who are integrating PBS LearningMedia into their teaching. Prior to joining PBS, John spent ten years as a community engagement manager and teacher with literacy and arts programs that partnered with schools throughout the Midwest. John's graduate coursework focused on the design and implementation of blended learning environments and digital curricula for pre-K - 12th grade students. He holds an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.S. from Northwestern University.