CES Conference Explores How Technology Can Help Students Learn

HOLYOKE, MA. The Collaborative for Educational Services, in collaboration with MassCue, hosted the 2013 Technology in Education Conference on January 14th at the Kittredge Center at Holyoke Community College from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Technology in Education Conference

Technology in Education Conference

TiE conference speaker urges over 300 teachers to utilize technology to reinvent education

HOLYOKE, MA – Dr. Yong Zhao, an international speaker and expert, delivered the keynote address at the Technology in Education (TiE2014) conference in Holyoke, MA on Tuesday morning, January 14th.

Technology in Education Conference

Meeting Dates: 
Jan 14 2014 - 7:45am to 4:30pm

The Technology in Education Conference and Expo (TiE) is an annual event that provides opportunities for conversation, collaboration, and networking around the exciting work that educators locally, nationally, and worldwide are doing to create synergy between technology, teaching, and learning.

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Jan 13 2014 - 12:00pm

TiE2014

Nearly 300 attendees, presenters, and vendors came together for the TiE2014 Conference on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at Holyoke Community College’s Kittredge Center in Holyoke, MA. This event’s theme was Re-Inventing Education and featured an inspiring keynote address by Dr.

TiE2015

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Instructional Designer & Instructional Technology Trainer

The Instructional Designer will focus on: developing online courses, designing and implementing a virtual school (6-12), coaching and collaborating with teachers and students around instructional technology use, and co-orchestrating an annual technology conference.

TiE2013

The TiE2013 Conference was held on Thursday, January 16, 2013 at Holyoke Community College’s Kittredge Center in Holyoke, MA.

Manufacturing The Focus Of Franklin County Technical School Center

TURNERS FALLS - The old manufacturing technology center at Franklin County Technical School looked like the kind of workshop that would have laid off the grandfather of today's high school students 30 years ago.

Time, Technology Are Top Concerns Cited By Area School Leaders About New PARCC Exams

WESTHAMPTON - Hampshire Regional School Superintendent Craig Jurgensen said he supports the idea of replacing MCAS with new standardized tests designed to measure college and career-ready skills.

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