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An EdTech in Focus event provides administrators and teachers with an overview of Teq’s products and professional development. Participants leave excited by what’s possible with Teq’s hardware and professional development offerings.

What it can do for you?

An EdTech in Focus event is a great opportunity for your teachers and administrators to learn about new classroom technologies, and to learn how to better integrate the technologies they already have. EdTech in Focus is also a fantastic way to network with nearby districts and learn about their successes and challenges when implementing their technology initiatives.

How does it work?

While we encourage teachers to attend, the primary audience should be administrators from the host district and surrounding districts (we recommend hosting a minimum of 10 administrators). Sessions can be run in two different models depending on the space, staffing, and agenda of the event:

Option 1: Station-based sessions that are run simultaneously and have participants rotate between the stations.
Option 2: A single session where all participants attend together with short breaks in between.

What does the schedule typically look like?

  • Meal – 30 minutes
  • Opening keynote – 10 minutes
  • Break – 10 minutes
  • Session 1 – 45 minutes
  • Break – 10 minutes
  • Session 2 – 45 minutes
  • Break – 10 minutes
  • Session 3 – 45 minutes
  • Closing statements – 5-10 minutes
  • Total run time: 3 ½ hours

Want to schedule an EdTech in Focus Event?. Get started by filling out the general form below and a Teq Event Representative will reach out to you directly. And be sure to check out our list of STEM products below, all of which can be included within your event.

Technology proficiency ranks the complexity level for teachers as they implement the product into their instruction. Curriculum versatility indicates products with a higher versatility, meaning they can be used in multiple subject areas or grade levels compared to products that are more subject and/or grade specific.

Makerbot

With the ability to print out virtually any 3D object you can imagine, MakerBot 3D printers give educators an engaging way to teach 3D design and printing skills to their students. Thanks to the imple set-up experience, easy-to-use hardware and software, and variety of educational and support resources available, Makerbot provides an easy way to introduce the 3D design and printing process to your classroom.

Makey Makey

Makey Makey is an invention kit that tricks your computer into thinking that almost anything is a keyboard. This allows you to hook up all kinds of fun things to the Makey Makey board. Makey Makey uses high resistance switching to detect when you’ve made a connection even through materials that aren’t very conductive (like leaves, pasta or people). The Makey Makey can also act like a keyboard or mouse.