Digital Transition Discussion

Collaborate with Education Administrators, Educators to Discuss Digital Age Teaching and Learning, Innovation, Personalization, and Re-Design to supplement student-centricity.

  • Leading — Having a design for digital transition.
  • Planning – Considering digital in learning mapping, user interface and user experience.
  • Tech Directing – Data mapping, managing disparate Apps, and making it all work.
  • Teaching – Discovering a tech balance and transparency.
  • Personalization
  • Becoming ͞Transparent”
  • Social-Emotional Learning
  • Single Sign-ON
  • Discovery Learning inside Learning Management Systems
  • Virtual Reality
  • Adaptive Digital Curriculum
  • And more

For inquiry, publications, event flyers to share with Speaker and Panelist Contributors – email daric@learningcounsel.com

Apple Education Overview and Technology Roundtable

Apple Tech Update: Deploying Apple for Education 9 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
  • Find out how the latest product releases can support teaching and learning in your school 
or district
  • Best Practices for Management and Deployment including the latest updates to Apple School Manager that allow for seamless integration with your existing Microsoft and Google accounts.
  • Demonstrations on the new features in iPadOS and OS X, Classroom, schoolwork, and the latest updates to Apple hardware that is ideal for education environments.
Tech Roundtable 11:45 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Lunch and discussion

Cybersecurity Bootcamp – 3 Day Workshop

Event Description

The IT Cybersecurity Bootcamp is a 3-day intense workshop for Technology Directors, System and Network Administrators, and Technology Support Personnel who are wanting to learn more about how to better assess and protect their school’s computing and network environments.

This workshop includes courseware from NIST Cybersecurity Professional (NCSP) Foundation Certification and AT607- CompTIA CySA+ Cybersecurity Analyst, chapters 2,3,4,5,9 and 11. The chapters designated above are

  • Analyzing Reconnaissance Threats to Computing and Network Environments
  • Analyzing Attacks on Computing and Network Environments
  • Analyzing Post-Attack Techniques
  • Managing Vulnerabilities in the Organization
  • Responding to Cybersecurity Incidents
  • Addressing Security Architecture Issues

Labs will demonstrate how an open-source tool like Kali Linux and other tools can be used.

Target Audience: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

Presenter Bio

Troy Stoneking has worked in the technology sector for 20 years and has extensive experience including network administration, systems engineering and design, courseware development, and classroom instruction. Among his many certifications, Troy is certified in the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and is a CompTIA Security+ instructor. In addition, Troy is the author of three System Center Operations Manager courses for Microsoft Learning, a CompTIA Security+ instructor and Microsoft System Center and Mobile Device SME.

IT Summer Summit – South

Learn from your peers about topics that may include Google, Microsoft, Cybersecurity, Imaging, Inventory, Patching, Backup, Recovery, Open-Source solutions, Being a Better Tech Director, Firewalls, Content Filters, E-Sports and more. Get an early start on your Summer technology projects by networking with others who may be doing similar projects in their Districts. For all K12 IT professionals whatever your title: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

Target Audience: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

IT Summer Summit – Central

Learn from your peers about topics that may include Google, Microsoft, Cybersecurity, Imaging, Inventory, Patching, Backup, Recovery, Open-Source solutions, Being a Better Tech Director, Firewalls, Content Filters, E-Sports and more. Get an early start on your Summer technology projects by networking with others who may be doing similar projects in their Districts. For all K12 IT professionals whatever your title: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

Target Audience: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

IT Summer Summit – North

Learn from your peers about topics that may include Google, Microsoft, Cybersecurity, Imaging, Inventory, Patching, Backup, Recovery, Open-Source solutions, Being a Better Tech Director, Firewalls, Content Filters, E-Sports and more. Get an early start on your Summer technology projects by networking with others who may be doing similar projects in their Districts.

Target Audience: CIOs, CTOs, Technology Directors, Technology Coordinators, System Administrators, Technology Specialists, and others.

3 Tech Tips to Kick Off 2019!

Every month our staff will be publishing a post sharing some of their favorite tech tips! For January we focus on leveraging bookmarking in Google Chrome, creating online lessons, and protecting your privacy while searching.

#1 Save Space on Your Chromebook Bookmarks Bar!

Are you frustrated at the lack of space available on the Bookmarks Bar? To solve this simply delete the name of the bookmark when you are adding it to your Bookmarks Bar. In doing this, you will only see the “Favicon,” or logo, of the website.

#2 Turn Any Website into an Interactive Online Lesson

The InsertLearning Chrome Extension is a great way to teach current events or anything on the web. This extension provides you with a toolbar enabling you to make notations,  insert questions or even add discussions right within a web-based resource. There are even templates to help you get started.

#3 Try Using DuckDuckGo as a Search Engine to Protect Online Privacy

Use the search engine DuckDuckGo to take back your privacy. DuckDuckGo has a business model where they don’t need to track your searches, store or share your personal information to make money. Everything you search for using DuckDuckGo is private.

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ROE #26 Technology Roundtable

Event Description

Roundtable discussion for technology coordinators to discuss topics and issues your districts face in regards to technology and to discuss solutions for those issues

Facilitator

Lisa Schwartz, Regional Educational Technology Coordinator for the LTC