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7 WAYS TO MAXIMIZE #FETC
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/7-ways-maximize-fetc-jennifer-womble … by @JenWomble on @LinkedIn
Join us at the nation's largest #edtech event next week @OCCC

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FETC Computer Science FIREHOSE
Computer Science is a fundamental skill for staying competitive in the future. The CS Fire hose is a pre-conference gathering of Computer Science instructors and providers seeking to follow new trends in CS education via an unrestricted flow of presentations and data flowing out of one huge nozzle. These sessions are designed to engage educators and administrators developing and maintaining successful computer science programs at their schools and providing resources to inspire K-12 students to take interest in computer science. Students, parents, educators, and industry all have a vested interest in better integrating computer science into the K-12 experience. Our economic stability and national security depend on a population with solid computer science skills and coding literacy. The future of education must focus on making computer science an integral part of every child's education to ensure that students of all genders and backgrounds have a chance to pursue these opportunities.

*Free to all FETC registrants, must have FETC nametag to enter onsite.*
Please click this link to let us know you will be joining us: https://goo.gl/forms/9zhxIqXjAUykTk5s2

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Sessions will be 50 minutes in length with 10 minutes in between from 8 am – 1 pm
3 session rooms next to each other: N220 E, F, G

Speakers Include:
Doug Lloyd, Senior Preceptor in Computer Science, Harvard University
Jennifer Morgan, Learning Specialist, Microsoft
Chery Lucarelli, Mobile CSP, College of St. Scholastica
Heather Norton, Vice President of Education, Orlando Science Center
Jennifer Rosato, Mobile CSP, College of St. Scholastica
Joe Kmoch, NCWIT, Instructional Technology Consultant, Milwaukee Public Schools
Kyle Steele, Founder & Chief Shepherd, Learn Jelly
Lien Diaz, Sr. Director, AP Program, College Board, The College Board
Michael Kmietowicz, Education Specialist, Orlando Science Center
Mike DeGraff, Instructional Program Coordinator, UTeach Institute - The University of Texas at Austin
Nimmi Arunachalam, Project Lead the Way Teacher, Olympic Heights High School Engineering Academy
Owen Astrachan, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor of the Practice of Computer Science, Computer Science Department Duke University
Scott Horan, CS Instructor, Fern Creek HS CS Academy, Louisville, KY
Steve Hickman, MIE Trainer, NCCE
Todd Beard, MIE Fellow, Microsoft

Facilitator/Organizer:
Scott Horan, Fern Creek HS, Computer Science Academy
scott.horan2@jefferson.kyschools.us
Scott Horan is a teacher at Fern Creek HS Computer Science Academy in Louisville, KY. He has presented at many NECCs and ISTEs over the years (since 1984). In addition to being the president of this CTN, he is the president of the CSTA KYana Chapter. As a CS Principles Pilot teacher, he was excited to put this session together to help schools decide which CSP "flavor" to choose. His school uses the Mobile CSP model. He also teachers Intro to CS, Computational Thinking with Python, and Intro to Gaming in his high school in Kentucky. He loves teaching Coding.

I hope you will join us at FETC 2017 and share this event with your colleagues and administrators!


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#FETC Announces NEW Computer Science Firehose 1/25/17
#coding #CS4all #computerscience #techcs #edtech
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/9zhxIqXjAUykTk5s2

FETC Computer Science FIREHOSE
Computer Science is a fundamental skill for staying competitive in the future. The CS Firehose is a preconference gathering of Computer Science instructors and providers seeking to follow new trends in CS education via an unrestricted flow of 15 session presentations and data flowing out of one huge nozzle. These sessions are designed to engage educators and administrators developing and maintaining successful computer science programs at their schools and providing resources to inspire K-12 students to take interest in computer science. Students, parents, educators, and industry all have a vested interest in better integrating computer science into the K-12 experience as demonstrated by the Computer Science for All 2016 White House Initiative. Our economic stability and national security depend on a population with solid computer science skills and coding literacy. The future of education must focus on making computer science an integral part of every child's education to ensure that students of all genders and backgrounds have a chance to pursue these opportunities. Free to all FETC registrants, must have FETC nametag to enter onsite.

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Thrilled to Announce #FETC MOBILE MEGAShare 1/25/2017
@karistubbs @goodhandlynne @ClassTechTips #gbl #mL
SIGN UP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-annual-fetc-mobile-megashare-event-tickets-28772556491?ref=estw
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How peer video coaching is completely changing how our teachers #teach
See @MrsLauer speak at #FETC ! #PD #edtech

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Incredibly proud of the Digital Transformation work done by Eric Sheninger in NJ! Amazing #edtech leader and #FETC speaker!
http://www.educationdive.com/news/how-a-new-jersey-high-school-transformed-to-stay-relevant-for-students/430479/
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