The Student Perspective on Ed Tech
Thursday, March 5 10:30 am–11:20 am
TCC - Tahoma 1
With many of our schools adding more and more technology every year, it's time we hear from our Students as to what is working for them on a daily basis. At Santa Margarita Catholic HS in California, we regularly chat with and hear from our Students as to how things are going and now we would love to share that feedback with you...straight from the mouths of the kids! Come interact with a panel of our Student Experts to hear what is working for them and how technology has positively impacted their learning and their lives.
|Type:||Featured Speaker, Panel|
|Focus Area:||1:1, Assessment, Brain Research/Neuroscience, Coaching, Leadership|
|Skill Level:||All levels|
Scott Bricker, Santa Margarita Catholic High School / NCCE
Scott is the Director of Educational Technology at Santa Margarita Catholic High School and is charged with leading the schools Ed Tech Program for its 1700 Students and 115 Teachers. SMCHS is a proud Microsoft Showcase School and Scott is enjoying his 6th year as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE), connections which have both been instrumental in fostering Scott’s passion for growing and inspiring the appropriate use of technology in the classroom. An experienced presenter and public speaker, Scott loves presenting ideas to audiences everywhere and motivating attendees to focus on identifying the “WHY” behind everything they do.