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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!  

At-A-Glance

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.

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Kevin Honeycutt

ESSDACK
Technology Integration Specialist
Kevin Honeycutt is a technology integrationist and a staff developer from Central Kansas. He spent 13 years teaching K-12 art and now travels the country and the world sharing ideas with educators. His website kevinhoneycutt.org is a valued treasure house of resources.

Kevin grew up in poverty and attended school in many cities across the United States. As he witnessed education around the country he collected powerful experiences that still influence his conversations and his work with educators. He spent 13 years teaching art K-12 in public school and for 17 years spent summers leading creative adventure camps for kids of all ages. In 1991 he received the Making IT Happen Award which is an internationally recognized awards program for educators and leaders in the field of educational technology integration in K-12 schools. The program identifies and rewards educational technology leaders around the world for their commitment and innovation. In 2011 he became an Apple distinguished educator and he continues to train students and teachers in the use of Apple’s powerful learning tools. In his life he’s gone from being an at-risk kid doing stints in foster care to traveling the globe talking to audiences of educators, business people and kids.