Bedford School District's Technology Department

is excited to announce Bedford's first

Future Ready Tech Conference

November 8, 2016

At McKelvie Intermediate School


Explore innovative teaching strategies that will move students towards being #futureready.

Empowered Learners, Knowledge Constructors, Innovative Designers, Computational Thinkers, Creative Communicators, Global Collaborators & Digital Citizens
Begin the day with a keynote presentation by Marta Da Silva McAlister from Google.
Customize your schedule by participating in 5 concurrent sessions of varying length. Enjoy lunch provided by the district and end your day with a FUN closing session!
The 5 sessions you attend are of your choosing. All sessions will showcase innovative strategies & lessons that can be easily integrated into your classroom.

Share YOUR expertise, ideas & innovations with your colleagues in a session.

Don't think you have anything to share?

Have you taught a class using technology?

Have you used any of the Google Apps for Education (docs, draw, spreadsheet, slides, classroom, sites, etc.)?

Ever use iPads with your class?

Are you familiar with maker spaces, coding, or robots?

Have you used an interactive whiteboard to teach a lesson?

Ever use Pear Deck, Socrative, Kahoot!, Plickers or any other formative/summative assessment tool?

Do you create videos or eBooks with your class?

If you answered yes to even one of the above questions then . . .


You can present alone or with another staff member. If you need ideas or are unsure of what you have to offer, talk with your tech integrator. We can help!

All proposals are due 06.07.16.

You will also have the chance to learn from experts outside of the Bedford School District.

The Future is Now! Are you ready?

Thank you to the Bedford Education Foundation for supporting Bedford's first Future Ready Conference. The BEF awarded the technology department one of their 2016 program grants.


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