TRLD Conference Tackles 21st Century Skills
A new forum has been added to the upcoming Technology Reading & Learning Diversity (TRLD) Conference. Focusing on 21st century skills, the special Administrator Forum will also cover the use of technology to support instruction.
The forum will include panelists discussing topic ranging from technology in education to curriculum development to pedagogical techniques. Presenters will include Lynne Anderson-Inman, director, Center for Advanced Technology in Education, University of Oregon; Jeff Diedrich, director of Michigan’s Integrated Technology Support; David Warlick, consultant and author; and Susan Simmons, education specialist, California Department of Education.
The 26th-annual TRLD Conference will be held Jan. 24 to 26 at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero Center in San Francisco. Registration opens in September. Further conference information can be found at the link below. The charge to attend the Administrator Forum is $45.
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