About the Keystones Summit
Through a rigorous selection process, 100 Keystones are selected by PAECT regional teams to attend the week-long summit in July. The term STARS stands for: State Technology Advocates Redefining Schools. Keystones STARS are advocates and influencers within their school districts when it comes to teaching and learning with technology. Many Keystones have become district administrators and key decision makers in educational technology planning. The week-long Summit was designed to enrich and invigorate the skills and competencies of those attendees.
During this week-long summit, attendees were given the opportunity to experience hands-on professional development, attend Keynote sessions provided by dynamic and innovative speakers on instructional technology, collaborate in cohorts of similar classroom interests, and leave with an extensive network of new colleagues from around the commonwealth.
The 2018 Summit will be held July 23-27 on the campus of Shippensburg University.
Only principal-nominated Keystones will be invited to apply to the KTI STARS Summit.