Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Ticketed Workshop Information

Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Ticketed Workshop Information

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FETC is pleased to offer more than 70 workshops at FETC 2008. These information-packed workshops offer participants a chance to learn new skills and strategies, create new materials, and explore topics in more depth than time allows in a conference Concurrent Session. The workshops also help participants meet the demands of state and national standards for technology skills and curriculum. They are available in hands-on and lecture formats, and are all conveniently held in the Orange County Convention Center. Workshops require an additional enrollment fee and have limited seating in order to ensure the highest quality learning experience for participants.

WORKSHOP TICKETS

Workshop tickets purchased through advance registration will be mailed directly to the registrant's home address no later than January 10, 2008. Ticket holders may go directly to workshops.

ON-SITE WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

Limited seating may be available after the close of advance registration. Attendees may register and pay for these ticketed workshops at the on-site workshop registration counter.

INSERVICE MASTER PLAN

Inservice Master Plan Points for renewal of the Florida Teaching Certificate are granted by the teacher's individual school district. In many cases, workshops taken by teachers at FETC may be eligible for credit. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion for each ticketed workshop outlining the objectives, skills, concepts, and other relevant information that would help facilitate Master Plan Point credit.

QUESTIONS

For further questions regarding ticketed workshop registration, please call the FETC Registration Managers at 1-850-906-0099 or toll-free at 1-866-353-3382 or e-mail registration@fetc.org.

For full descriptions of all Ticketed Workshops please see Ticketed Workshop Listings or the Conference Preview, available at www.fetc.org.

TICKETED WORKSHOP FORMATS

[#] Lecture means the workshop uses a video display and focuses on demonstrations, discussions, and/or lecture.

[@] Hands-on Partner Lab means the workshop is held in a computer lab with one computer for every two participants.

[$] Hands-on Workshop means participants receive some type of hands-on training during the workshop.

[WIN] WIN means the workshop computers use a Windows operating system.

[MAC] MAC means the workshop computers use a Macintosh operating system.

WORKSHOP CODES

The first letter of the code indicates the day:

T = Tuesday

W = Wednesday

H = Thursday

F = Friday

The second letter indicates the time:

A = morning

P = afternoon

L = evening

F = full-day

For example, a workshop code beginning WA means the workshop takes place Wednesday morning.

WORKSHOP SKILL LEVELS

Each workshop has been assigned a skill level based on participants' expected familiarity with the topic, software, or skills being addressed in the workshop.

* Beginner: Basic computer knowledge, keyboarding, and mouse-clicking skills.

** Intermediate: Basic knowledge of the operating system and the workshop topic's specific software title. For internet-related workshops: familiarity with the use of an internet browser and some search skills.

*** Advanced: Considerable knowledge of the operating system and the workshop topic's specific software title. For internet-related workshops: familiarity with web development and internet programming.

**** All: Skill level appropriate for all participants.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22 8:00 A.M.--3:00 P.M.

TF01 Adobe's Flash

Michael Sawyer

[@] [WIN] **

Teachers, school technology specialists, and district web designers will learn to use Flash to create simple animations. This workshop is designed for the intermediate computer user with limited experience with Adobe's Flash. …

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