National Center for Technology Innovation
 

National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)

June 24, 2007 to June 27, 2007

Plan for the 28th annual National Educational Computing Conference. Join more than 18,000 teachers, technology coordinators, library media specialists, teacher educators, administrators, policy makers, industry representatives, and students from all over the world who’ll gather June 24–27 at the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of Downtown Atlanta.

Our purpose? To help shape the future of education. How? By bringing together the best Ed Tech has to offer. NECC 2007 is seeking session proposals in a variety of program formats that

  • highlight promising practices for leadership and school transformation
  • showcase the impact of 21st-century learning environments and virtual schools
  • demonstrate the impact of technology on student achievement and school improvement
  • emphasize the ethics and equity issues involved in all these topics

This year we’re especially interested in proposals that focus on technology’s role in developing 21st-century learners. What’s our collective 2020 vision? How do we carry that vision forward into reality? Can we develop an intentional course toward that better future? We invite proposals that address these questions through the lens of

  • leadership skills
  • student skills and knowledge
  • emerging technologies and learning environments

For more information go to: http://web.uoregon.edu/ISTE/NECC2007/

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