Thank you for contributing to the success of our inaugural NMSTE & CTO Clinic "Leading Digital Learning" Spring Conference 2015
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Lenny Schad has been in the technology field for 25 years. During that time, his career has taken him into many business sectors where he has established a very successful leadership and management track record. His business sector experience includes hospitality, government, oil & gas, investment banking, and education. Highlights of his career include managing and leading technology departments for the 1991 Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations and the 1992 Republican National Convention, as well as creating and managing technology departments for joint ventures and global organizations. He is a recognized leader whose innovative management style has created highly effective Information Technology departments. For the past 11 years, Mr. Schad has worked in the K-12 Education space and is currently CITO for the nation’s 7th largest school district, Houston ISD. Mr. Schad’s first book, “Bring Your Own Learning: Transform Instruction with any Device” was published this year.
is CEO of CoSN, a nonprofit organization that serves as the voice for K-12 school system technology leaders nationwide. CoSN’s mission is to empower educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments. In 2008, Keith was selected by eSchool News as one of ten people who have had a profound impact on educational technology over the last decade.
Speaker Dr. Dennis Harper will present about Generation YES with two students and a teacher. Dr. Harper is widely recognized as one of the world's eminent leaders in the field of technology in education. Dr. Harper has been instrumental in bringing computers and the Internet into thousands of schools in more than thirty nations. Dr. Harper is the founder of the student-centered technology support model where youth aged from 10 to 18 provide substantial support for (1) their teachers' technology integration, (2) their peers technology literacy, and (3) maintaining the school's technology infrastructure.
- See more at: http://www.cosn.org/events/2015-new-mexico-cto-clinic#sthash.IT7kuctB.dpuf
Call 1-800-HILTONS and use Reservation code: COSN to get the group rate.
Note: There are three types of CoSN memberships: Institutional, Individual, and Corporate. Employees of schools, either public or private, receive member benefits if their school or school district is an institutional member. "Schools" pay a membership fee based on student enrollment: Large (>15000), Medium (2500 - 14,999) and Small (<2500).
Individual membership are described here http://cosn.org/about/membership/individual-membership which includes a message from Tom Ryan!
We will post a list of NM CoSN member district/schools when we receive it from CoSN.
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New Mexico Educators Conference 2014
Friday, November 21-Saturday, November 22
Student Engagement and the Use of Technology
NMEC '14 Program (session descriptions, presenters and presentation locations)
NMEC '14 Schedule at a Glance
Dr. Gary Shattuck, Director of Technology at Newton County School System
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TEACHER POSITION Taos Academy Charter School- Educational Technology Coordinator/Systems Administrator
Taos Academy welcomes applications from K-12 New Mexico licensed teachers with experience with network management and classroom instruction with multiple core subject endorsements and/or Special Education. Applicants must embrace collaborative teaming and be willing to take leadership roles. Visit the Taos Academy Charter School website at http://www.taosacademy.org. Please submit cover letter, resume, 3 recommendation letters, and a copy of license to Traci Filiss, Taos Academy Director by April 9th @ 5:00pm. Submit to: email@example.com
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NMSTE NMEC Conference November 2014
NMSTE's Mission: to ensure the success for all students by serving as a state wide network of individuals seeking to improve teaching and learning by advancing the effective use of technology in education. As a nonprofit membership organization, we will provide leadership and service to improve teaching, learning, and school leadership by advancing the effective use of technology in PK-16 and teacher education.