FETC’s Preplanned Tracks Bring Relevant Insights to Attendees
Browsing the breadth of FETC’s 2023 schedule is daunting. To help attendees decide which presentations will best further their learning goals for the event, FETC offers five tracks tailored to administrators, IT leaders, educators, library media specialists and ed tech coaches.
The tracks are intended to guide rather than limit conferencegoers. Any attendee can attend any session they choose, but on the agenda — and in the conference’s mobile app — they can opt to filter sessions by track.
Sessions for administrators, for example, will primarily examine technology through the lens of building leadership pipelines, planning and implementing new initiatives and evaluating digital trends. Educator sessions are more focused on tools for student engagement and classroom device management, whereas sessions for library media specialists will highlight literacy technologies.
K–12 IT Influencers Abound at FETC’s 2023 Conference
Many recognizable names from EdTech’s K–12 IT influencer lists will be present in New Orleans for this event.
Attendees will likely encounter Douglas Konopelko, CDW Education’s national esports manager, in the venue’s esports theater.
Other influencers, such as Mario and Alberto Herraez-Velazquez, Jeni Long and Sallee Clark, and Monica Burns will lead sessions in their respective areas of expertise.
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