Presented by Educational Computing Program at Buffalo State College in conjunction with Erie 1 BOCES
The Educational Computing Program at Buffalo State College, in conjunction with Erie 1 BOCES, is offering PreK-12 teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, and anyone involved in a PreK-12 educational technology setting in the Western New York area an opportunity to enhance their computer technology skills in education. The focus of the conference, called T6 (Transforming Teaching with Technology Tools for Today and Tomorrow), is to enable educators to become more proficient in using technology in the classroom and office.
If you are interested in discovering what information was presented at this year's T6 conference, or you simply want to review a session that you missed, then please view the presentations section.
Select presentations are available for download, others are available for viewing via Web sites on the Internet.
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Who should attend? The T6 conference is designed "by educators for educators." Specifically, the T6 Conference is to enable PreK-12 teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, and anyone involved with PreK-12 educational technology to use technology more effectively. During the closing ceremony attendees will receive a certificate of completion which may be used as a proof of attendance. The certificate of competition demonstrates to districts that a total of 15 hours of staff development has been completed.
The Educational Computing Program at Buffalo State College and Erie 1 BOCES are looking forward to a great educational technology conference for educators.