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Slide 1 - Educational Technology Policy Research _amp; Outreach

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									#22 Building Early Literacy Skills with Digital
  Photography
#85 Exploring Math With Technology: No Erasers
  Needed! (Primary Level)
#169 What Administrators Need to Know about
  Teachers Using Technology
#229 Exploring Math With Technology: No Erasers
  Needed! (Intermediate Level)
#240 Presenter Name Changed: Amy Shafer
#241 How to Create High Performance and Feature
  Rich Networks on a Tight Budget
Session I
 #22 Utilizing Whiteboards to Enhance
 Science Instruction
 #23 It’s the ‘Principal’ of the Thing
Session II
 #45 Pixels AS Learning Tools
An Association
for Educators
Using Technology
 FREE WORKSHOPS
      GRANTS
     CONTESTS
EDUCATORS AWARDS
  ISTE DISCOUNTS
Relax and get a massage!




                    $15 for 15 minutes
•   Register for conference
•   Register for membership
•   Select FREE workshops to attend
•   Get info about Technology Education Degree
    Programs in Maryland
   Join MICCA in New Orleans
             at the
       National Education
     Computer Conference!

Maryland Reception: Tues., Jun. 22
  Sat., June 19 – Wed., Jun. 23rd
During Presentations
 SHOW COURTESY
• Cease side
  conversations
• Turn off
   – cell phones
   – Audible pagers
   – Electronic
     devices
• Evaluate the MICCA
  2004 Conference
• Complete evaluation
  form located at back
  of program catalogue
• Drop off at MICCA
  Booth
• Get the latest books on
  Educational Technology
• Location: across from
  MICCA Registration
Sharp Street Lobby exit
• CASH PAYMENTS
  and/or VISA,
  MASTERCARD,
  DISCOVER
MARK YOUR
CALENDARS!!!

  Tuesday,
April 12, 2005
      to
Wednesday,
April 13, 2005
Maryland State
  Department of
  Education
Assistant
  Superintendents for
  Instruction are
  participating in
  MICCA!
• Check out the outstanding
  student/teacher projects that Gen Yes
  students had done.
• Check out the magnificent video
  presentations & slideshows
  created by students.

• The Academy Technology High
  School students under Mr.
  Reginald Hahne leadership!
School Districts offering MSDE Credit…

      Allegany County
       Baltimore City
     Baltimore County
       Carroll County
    Dorchester County
      Harford County
  Prince George’s County
     St. Mary’s County
    Washington County
        Cecil County
 Archdiocese of Baltimore
    Division of Catholic
     Wicomico County
     Worcester County
   Date: Thursday, May 27, 2004
   Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Location: Maryland Public Television
             Owings, Mills, MD
Guest Speaker: Tim Stroud – Executive Director
      North American Council for Online Learning
 Desktop Publishing Contest
• Individual students may submit an original,
  written product that has been computer-
  generated.
• The entry may be fictional or non-fictional
  about a topic of the student's choice.
• The writing piece should be well-developed,
  organized, and accurate
• the presentation style should reflect best
  uses of technology when: formatting text,
  choosing a font and layout, and selecting
  graphics that enhance the piece of writing.
• 4 level categories: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12.
• Students submit an original art product, color or black
  and white, that is generated with a computer.
• Entries must be completely computer generated, with no
  enhancements made using other artistic tools.
• The artwork should be mostly completed in freehand,
  and be aesthetically pleasing.
• Artwork originality is valued.
• 4 level categories K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

***NEW CATEGORY THIS YEAR: TEACHER LEVEL
• K-12 Maryland students & teachers
• created using multimedia software such as:
  Kid Pix, Hyper Studio, and PowerPoint.

• winners receive software for home & school
• 4 level categories: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12.
• Grants not to exceed $700.00 will be
  awarded.
• provide funding to be used to promote new
  ideas in the use of educational technology
  and to improve student achievement.
 Hands-On 3 hour Workshops
    Classroom Applications
Aligns with Teacher Technology
             Standards
 Templates Samples Provided
       Light Meal Served
        Evenings 5-8pm

								
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