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Welcome to NERIC’s 31st Annual Regional Technology Awareness Day!

Our theme is Embracing Wellness in the Digital Age with a focus on promoting security, privacy, balance and wellness as educators and students navigate today’s connected world.

We hope you enjoy the day collaborating with colleagues and use #TechADay on Twitter to share your experiences!

CTLE professional development credits are offered for this event to those who register through Frontline. This registration step is the ONLY way credits can be obtained. We will have a CTLE station set up at the entrance of the vendor expo.
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Friday, December 13 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Top Tech for English Language Learners

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Teachers will want to bring an internet ready device to this “choose your own adventure” session! Discover how to use Google extensions like Insert Learning, Screencastify, Fluency Tutor and other websites like Edpuzzle and Flipgrid. Learn how they can be “smashed” together to offer teachers innovative ways to engage students and help them access content. Explore ways to communicate with students and parents in multiple languages.  

Participants will leave with access to the presentation that includes live links to all resources and additional ones.

Presenters
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Kristen Buyce

ENL Teacher / Technology Coach, City School District of Albany Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School
In my sixteen years teaching English to speakers of other languages, I have taught K-12 and also adult education. I currently teach 8th grade ENL in a sheltered program in the City School District of Albany.  I teach with the philosophy of, "If I am bored teaching the material, students... Read More →

School Districts
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Albany City School District

Led by Superintendent Kaweeda G.Adams, the City School District of Albany and its more than 1,600 faculty and staff strive to provide an academically challenging, safe and welcoming experience for all students.The district serves about 9,300 students in 18 schools: 11 elementary schools... Read More →


Friday December 13, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm EST
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