Check out this upcoming conference featuring Kasey Bell, Alice Keeler, and, of course, other Texas presenters (proposals sought) on Oct 27 in Richardson, Tx
It’s fascinating to see how rich and diverse the Google Suites for Education Texas ecosystem has become, with dozens of awesome presenters/innovators multiplying, as well as pushing the Google message out to every educator. Is the G Suites for Education Texas bubble about to pop? I don’t know, but it’s fun to see how many learning opportunities for Google there are now!
Find out more about the conference details, which I’ve shamelessly (wait, does that count as “messing?”) stolen from Kasey Bell’s blog entry on the topic below:
You can get all the details on our Don’t Mess with Google Classroom Conference website: bit.ly/gctexas
- When: Oct. 21, 2017 (8:30 – 3:30)
- Where: Richardson TX (just 15 miles north of Dallas)
- Register via Eventbrite (Only $99 for early birds!)
- Submit your session proposals here
What to Expect
The conference will kick-off with an opening keynote from Alice Keeler, followed by awesome breakout sessions on Google Classroom and G Suite for Education. I, Kasey Bell, will wrap up the conference with a closing keynote. We promise a full day of learning with engaging presenters. Walk away with new lesson ideas, tips, and tricks, and amazing resources for your classroom.
The conference will be held at the Region 10 Education Service Center in Richardson, Texas, which is about 15 miles north of Dallas. Not from the area? No worries! Texas is a great place to visit with two major airports, tons of things to do, and a whole lot of charm!
Visit the Don’t Mess with Google Classroom Conference website for more details.
*Call for Presenters*
Come share your expertise at the conference! If your presentation is selected, you will receive FREE registration! Please submit your proposal by June 30, 2017. Selected presenters will be notified by August 15, 2017.
Our focus is Google Classroom. Presentations will be approximately 45 minutes in length and must showcase ways to integrate Google Classroom and other Google tools.
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