38TH NATIONAL F&C FUTURE of EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY Conference

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38TH NATIONAL F&C FUTURE of EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY Conference


JANUARY 23-26, 2018

ORANGE COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER

ORLANDO, FLA.

Opening Keynote

Sir Ken Robinson

New York Times best-selling author, world-renowned TED speaker, education and creativity expert

Our most exciting Opening Keynoter yet ... an internationally recognized authority on creativity and innovation in education, and the most-watched TED speaker of all time--viewed by an estimated 300 million people in over 150 countries!

Keynote

Tech Share Live

Adam Bellow

Hall Davidson

Leslie Fisher

Kathy Schrock

Back by popular demand! A fun, fast-paced look at the latest, most exciting ed tech gadgets, apps, hardware and software through the eyes of leading experts.

Keynote

Ayanna Howard, Ph.D.

Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Zyrobotics; Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Recognized as one of the 23 most powerful women engineers in the world by Business Insider, Dr. Howard is an educator, researcher and innovator who specializes in intelligent technologies that must adapt to and function within a human-centered world.

More 2018 Highlights

* More than 400 targeted sessions and 150 intensive workshops will cover the latest in cloud technologies, learning analytics, system interoperability, augmented and virtual reality, Artificial Intelligence, technology evaluation and decision-making, and more

New!

Featured Education Analyst Sessions allow you to engage with top analysts in interactive sessions delivering actionable advice for overcoming your technology challenges. Prepare for what's next, sharpen your skills, and validate your strategies and decisions with insight straight from the experts

New!

* Blueprint for Technology and Education is a unique opportunity to experience the global ed tech community through the eyes of international education leaders who will challenge you to rethink the logistics of the global classroom and modern learning environments

* Find out what's happening in STEM programs across the country --and gain ideas you can use--as FETC recognizes schools and districts that are leading the innovation charge at the 2018 STEM Excellence Awards

Get fresh ideas and real-world solutions from ed tech experts, innovators and analysts including:

Dr. Robert Avossa

Superintendent, Palm Beach County Schools (Fla.)

Leo Brehm

Learning Evolution Officer, Central Massachusetts Collaborative; Director of Digital Learning, Massachusetts Virtual Academy

Derrick Brown

Chief Innovation Officer, Evergreen Public Schools (Wash.)

Eric Butash

Director of Strategy and Implementation, Highlander Institute

Dr. Robert "Bob" Dillon

Director of Innovative Learning, School District of University City (Mo.)

Diane W. Doersch

Chief Technology & Information Officer, Green Bay Area Public Schools (Wis.)

Julie Evans

CEO, Project Tomorrow

Rushton Hurley

Executive Director, NextVista.org

Tom Ingram

Director of Educational Technology, Escambia County School District (Fla.)

Tom Johnson

Chief Information Officer, Michigan's Educational Technology Association (K12ETA)

Shannon McClintock-Miller

Lead Teacher Librarian, Future Ready Schools

Derek L. McCoy

Principal, West Rowan Middle School (N.C.); 2014 NASSP National Digital Principal of the Year

Ann McMullan

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education; Former Executive Director of Educational Technology, Klein ISD (Texas)

Thomas Murray

Director of Innovation, Future Ready Schools, Alliance for Excellent Education

Eric Sheninger

Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership, International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE)

Robert Slaby

Superintendent, Storey County School District (Nev. …

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