Educators praise FETC’s 2014 annual conference
If you are at FETC in Orlando, share your views with us in the comments section below and stay tuned for exclusive commentary on the event
The Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC) is one of the largest conferences in the United States devoted to educational technology. This program is designed so educators and administrators can learn how to integrate different technologies across their curriculum – from kindergarten to college. FETC is designed for teachers, principals and deans, district administrators, curriculum designers, media specialists, technology directors and various other educators.
While FETC’s 2014 national conference in Orlando is underway, eSchool News Associate Editor Meris Stansbury has covered the latest developments in innovation and education. Be sure to look for her forthcoming stories on the conference.
In the meantime, here’s what some of you are saying on Twitter about FETC.
Jimmy Casas, a high school principal and the 2012 Iowa Principal of the Year, shared a link to FETC attendees on ways students are paying it forward by helping others.
Jeff Tron, an eLearning Coach for an elementary school, two middle schools, and a high school, rejects the notion that technology alone contributes to student apathy.
Stacey Roshan, a high school math teacher and NAIS Teacher of the Future, shares important STEM learning resources.
If you are at the FETC conference, share your views with us in the comments section below and follow eSchool News Associate Editor Meris Stansbury on Twitter @eSN_Meris for instant updates.