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Thursday, May 21 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
The Digital Backpack for Career and College Readiness

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When students leave our K-12 school systems, what digital skills and attributes do we hope they leave us with? Do these skills go beyond ISTE recommendations? How do the new School Quality Standards and Proficiency Based Graduation Requirements change how technology is applied in 9-12? What are the latest expectations and definitions for "Digital Literacy?" Join a panel of High School technology educators to discuss end goals for K-12 technology education.


Will Bohmann

Education Technology Integration Specialist, Center For Technology
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Eric Hall

Technology Integration, Mount Mansfield Union High School
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Vitaliy Kulapin

Tech Integration, Burlington High School
Technology Integration K-12!
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Charlie MacFadyen

Technology Integration Specialist, Champlain Valley Union HS
Charlie MacFadyen is a technology integration specialist  and computer programming teacher at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, Vermont. He and his students use Google Apps Scripts in a service based learning project where students create solutions for other educators in their school using Google Apps Script.  Charlie has presented at  several Vermont technology conferences on topics ranging from Google Scripts to... Read More →
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Lauren Parren

Tech Integration Coach, SBHS
I’ve been trying to change teaching and learning in VT since I started teaching 40 years ago. Although we’ve moved from Polaroids and 8-tracks to iPhones and Podcasts, often our pedagogy hasn’t changed. Let’s create new learning opportunities using the power of technology to do things we couldn’t have imagined back in the day!
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Steve Webster

Technology Integration Specialist, South Burlington School District
We produce power for our house and our 100% electric Nissan LEAF, as well as 10 other households. And we also host a 120 kW solar farm, which generates enough power for around 20 more homes. Doing our bit to combat global climate change!

Thursday May 21, 2015 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Joyce 210

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