Revenge of the Zoomies: Tech Integration that Pushes Consumers to Be Producers

Tuesday, March 21, 12:30 pm–1:20 pm
TCC - TCC - Room 406

Join a thought provoking look at where and how instructional technology should be used to accelerate learning in the post pandemic classroom, and when it should not be used. The session will use research conducted during the pandemic to refocus our use of technology to support the most important factor in student learning, great instruction.

50-minute Session
Focus Area:
1:1, AI/AR/VR, Blended Learning, Coaching, Computer Science, CTE, Digital Literacy, Emerging Trends, IT, Leadership, Makerspace, Mobile Devices, Online/Distance Learning, Professional Development, Remote/Virtual Learning, Robotics, Special Education, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian
Administration, All Educators, CTO/IT Director/Coordinator
Skill Level:
All levels
Grade Level:
Grades PreK-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Grades K-12

Presented by

Mark Vetter
Education Ambassador

Currently serving as MicroK12’s Education Ambassador, Mark Vetter has been a teacher, principal, curriculum director and a technology director. His team rolled out Puyallup's highly successful 1:1 initiative, "Empowering Puyallup". The 2020 NCCE Outstanding Technology Leader of the Year, Mark has previously presented at NCCE, The Association for Learning Environments (Architecture) Conference, TechFest, and for Microsoft. He has led hundreds of parent, community, school board and staff presentations. He has also been member of national K-12 education advisory councils for Microsoft, Lenovo and Acer.