Future Education Technology Conference (FETC)

Marketing Team
Events on December 13 2021

Going to FETC this year?

Join us for some innovative ideas on social-emotional learning, design thinking, and more!
Follow up with the Teaching Things team in the iBlocks PBL booth #3341, near the STEM Theater or schedule a meet time using the form below. Come chat with us about Google for SEL, PBL and STEM with iBlocks, and technology PD from OTIS for Educators!

Learn How to Integrate SEL, Design Thinking, and EdTech at Our FETC Sessions.

Google Tools for Social Emotional Learning

Tuesday, January 25, 2022: 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
ROOM: SOUTH 310 GH, Session Number: MMS2

Come and let’s draw a picture of how Google tools can be used in social emotional learning for students in both traditional and non traditional classrooms. We will explore multimedia and interactive approaches to help support the whole student. This will be done with brain breaks to promote cultural awareness and safe ways for self expression, collaboration and emotional check ins. Attend FETC on Tuesday, January 25th 1:30-4:30 pm to participate in our Mobile Mega Share Event. Learning enhanced with mobile and digital tools has exploded around the globe. Mobile MegaShare provides an active forum where educators share and learn from each other. Experts facilitate collaborative hands-on sessions rotating to 10 tables so participants can attend the topics that they find most interesting. The Mobile MegaShare event provides opportunities for conversation, reflection and evaluation on current research and professional practice to make effective use of existing and emerging digital tools and resources in support of student learning. Participation is included with a basic registration. BYOD.



STEM Chain Reaction Contraptions

Wednesday, January 26, 2022: 3:15 – 3:45 PM
Room: Expo Booth 3149 STEM Theater, Session Number: STEM05

Come and see how you can use common everyday items to create the next generation of high-tech thinkers. During this session we will explore the engineering design process and its application to re-imagine how emerging technology can be designed. Low Tech? No problem! Inspired by Prize-Winning Cartoonist, Rube Goldberg we will be building chain reaction contraptions and exploring how Project Based Learning can be used across all subject area’s and grade bands. Can’t wait to see you there!



Edtech planning 101

Thursday, January 27, 2022: 2:00PM
Room: Technology Theater, Session Number

Join us for a quick introduction to EdTech planning 101. We’ll dive into some considerations and recommendations for creating or improving upon a technology plan for your school or district. During the session, we will also bring up some thought provoking questions to help you on your journey or creating or revising your technology plan.



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