On Thursday, March 2, 2017, at the Conference Center at Mercer, NJSBA will host its fourth annual Technology Conference. The program runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with registration starting at 8:30 a.m., and continental breakfast and lunch provided. This program offers four Board Member Academy credits.
The training program will offer interactive and hands-on programming in a variety of sessions. Specific programming will be announced soon.
NJSBA’s Technology Conference will include a keynote speech given by Acting Commissioner of Education Kimberley Harrington. Prior to becoming acting commissioner, Harrington served for two years as assistant commissioner/chief academic officer for the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE). In that role, she oversaw the NJDOE’s Division of Teaching and Learning, which has the responsibilities of the Division of Early Childhood Education, the offices of Primary Education; Intermediate and Secondary Education; Teaching and Learning Support; Academic Initiatives and Fiscal Accountability; Career Readiness; Educational Technology; and School Innovation.
At the Technology Conference, morning and afternoon sessions will be presented by technology experts. The day will also include a “lunch and learn,” offering an opportunity for attendees to participate in roundtable discussions on a variety of hot topics in technology.
A special session from the New Jersey Department of Education on the “Future Ready” initiative will wrap up the day. Being “Future Ready” is being committed to helping schools across New Jersey reach their technology goals while building a district’s strategic plan.
Registration Information Registration may be completed online, but only by the school business administrator. A scanned copy of the purchase order must be included with the registration. The registration fee for members is $99 per person and the fee for non-members is $198. The fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch and program materials.
Who Should Attend?
School board members, business administrators, superintendents, IT directors/staff, curriculum directors, content supervisors, and principals. There will be sessions for everyone.
For questions regarding this program, please email Michael Kvidahl, marketing coordinator, NJSBA.