Shine On @ TIE Conference 2013!
- Registration is now open for TIE Conference 2013 - http://conference.tie.net
- Rapid City, SD
- April 21-23, 2013
Don't miss out on the best of the best for education!
- 30 indepths
- Over 100 breakouts
- and our featured speakers:
As the current director of Technology and Innovation Education, Julie is recognized as both a regional and national thought leader in the arena of transformative technologies. Her presentations incorporate current and emerging examples of technology which make the vision of customized teaching and learning feasible and reachable. Mathiesen began her educational career as a high school science and art teacher. In 2003, Mathiesen was awarded a Bush Foundation Leadership Fellowship. She applied this fellowship to studies at Pepperdine University in the Educational Technology doctoral program and later received her Ed.D from this institution. As the chief learner at TIE, she embraces the potential of technology readily and models effective applications for her colleagues continually.
Adam Bellow, Founder and President of eduTecher and eduClipper began his career in education as an Assistant English Teacher at a High School for students with learning disabilities in New York City. After earning a Masters Degree in both General and Special Education at Hunter College, where he taught a graduate level course on integrating technology into the special education classroom, Adam became an English teacher at a High School on Long Island for several years. Then his two passions collided - Technology and Education - as he became a Technology Training Specialist for a school district on Long Island. Adam works with educational leaders, teachers, and students from around the United States to help them infuse technology successfully in the classroom. Adam was recognized in 2011 as the Outstanding Young Educator of the Year by ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) and in 2010 as an Emerging Leader as well as a finalist for the 2010 Totally Wired Teacher of Year award. Adam is happily married and the father of two wonderful boys.
Richard Byrne is best known in the educational technology community for his award-winning blog Free Technology for Teachers, which reaches a subscriber base of more than 53,000 educators per day. Richard also writes a monthly column forSchool Library Journal, is a contributing author to What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media, has written for Teacher Librarian, and recently launched iPadapps4school.com. Richard is a Google Certified Teacher, and his work is focused on sharing free web-based resources that educators can use to enhance their students’ learning experiences. Richard lives in Greenwood, Maine with his loyal dogs Max and Morrison.