GLB Tech Camp 2018 has ended

Welcome to the GLB Tech Camp 2018.  The goal of the GLB Tech Camp 2018 is to create an opportunity for sharing tech integration strategies and ideas that participants can take back and begin using immediately.  This conference brings together the best local, state and national presenters in one location for a one-day mini-conference that is totally tech!  On behalf of the GLB Instructional Team, we want to thank you for your participation.  Please be sure when registering to include all pertinent information in your SCHED account including name, district, building, email, etc.  Thank you and have a great conference!  


Registration Booklet

The cost of the GLB Tech Camp 2018 will be $30 for registrants from the the Great Lakes Bay consortium
of districts. Registrants from outside the Great Lakes Bay are welcome to attend at a cost of $40.
Participants may pay via purchase order, invoice, or by personal check on the day of the event. If you will be using a purchase order, please email the purchase order number to Erika Rupert (ruperte@baisd.net) or Diane Joles (jolesd@baisd.net). This conference offers 3-5 SCECHs at no additional charge.

Confirmation messages are not sent out after making your selections, you must print or email your schedule.

Saturday, April 21 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Web 2.0 What’s new, useful, or just darn cool

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Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for a way to manage student behavior? Are you interested in creating meaningful dialogue with parents and students outside the school day? Are you curious about ways to “flip” your classroom? We have Web 2.0 tools to help you out. In this session, we will investigate a variety of new, interactive, internet-based technologies that enhance education and engage learners. From managing your students, to the internet of things, this session has you covered.

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Matt Alman

Teacher, Bay City Public Schools
21st Century Community Learning Center Project Director, Bay City Public Schools. I have a passion for instructional technology, especially platforms that allow students of all abilities to tap their creative potential.

Saturday April 21, 2018 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Nursing Asst Rm# 230

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