[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: Free Online Google on Air Conference – Registration is Open

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Thu Apr 23 09:11:55 EDT 2015

Today on the ETNews Listserv
ITEM:  Free Online Google on Air Conference – Registration is Open

Come explore the future of education and technology with a community of teachers, students, researchers, Googlers and business leaders.

Friday, May 8th Topics: Leading for the Future, Educational Leaders will present.  Schedule runs from 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday, May 9th Topics: Shaping the Classroom Today,  Classroom educators will present. Scheudule runs from 10:00AM – 3:00 PM

Education on Air is a free, online conference for educators, by educators. Register and you'll have the opportunity to:
•          Reflect on and discuss how we can create an education system that prepares students for our always-changing world
•          Learn new ideas from people in various roles across education, including students
•          Get tips and tools from educators who have boosted student engagement, collaboration and productivity using technology and innovation
You won't even have to leave home to attend. You can take part right from the comfort of your computer, at no cost.

It's Free!  Register for Education on Air today:  https://educationonair.withgoogle.com/live/2015-may

This will be a great resource.  If you cannot attend, the beauty is that it will all be archived so you can return to them later and renew or remember!  :)

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