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  • Title: Georgia Educational Technology Conference / Homepage
    Descriptive info: .. District Home.. Select a School.. Consortium.. Sign In.. Home.. About Us.. Purpose.. History.. Steering Committee 2013.. Attendees.. Registration.. Schedule.. Hospitality.. Food.. PLU Credit.. App.. Special Events and Services.. Program.. 2013 Keynote Speaker.. Featured Speakers.. Concurrent Sessions.. Workshops.. Leadership Strand.. Student Showcase.. Exhibitors.. Sponsors.. Lodging.. Hotels.. Atlanta Links.. FAQ.. Resources.. 2012 Resources.. 2013 Resources.. Blog.. Photos.. Comments (-1).. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEES June 1 July 31.. Full Conference Fee $155.. PowerSchool Users Exchange $125.. Full Conference Registration plus.. PowerSchool Users Exchange $235.. Leadership Strand/CTO Clinic $150.. Leadership Luncheon $80.. Leadership Strand/CTO Clinic $235.. Kim Bearden, Keynote.. Jerry Blumengarten.. Chris Craft..  ...   GaETC 2013.. Student Showcase Application.. The Georgia Educational Technology Consortium, Inc.. , and the Georgia K12 CTO Council recently announced a collaborative venture to provide an.. enhanced leadership strand for GaETC 2013.. For more information, click here.. The Georgia Educational Technology Consortium is now accepting applications for the 2013.. Innovation Grants.. Platinum.. ByteSpeed.. Progressive Communications.. Safari Montage.. Xirrus.. Gold.. Pearson.. Bronze.. ANC.. Join our mailing list!.. 2013 Exhibitor Information.. Sponsor Opportunities.. Follow Us.. Tweets about "#gaetc".. • ,.. Phone: 706-325-9310 • Fax:.. Questions or Feedback?.. |.. Schoolwires Privacy Policy (Updated).. Terms of Use.. Copyright 2002-2013 Schoolwires, Inc.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: Consortium / Consortium
    Descriptive info: Directors.. Technology Fair.. , a non-profit corporation independent of any educational or commercial entities, is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors, all unpaid volunteers, under the leadership of Dr.. Wayne Robinson of the Creative Discovery Museum.. The Consortium sponsors the annual Georgia Educational Technology Conference and the Technology Fair, an annual technology competition for students.. Each year, the Consortium awards several Innovation Grants to teachers.. Hoke Wilcox of Fulton County Schools is the chair for the GaETC Conference, Tom Lamb of Forsyth County  ...   Innovation Grants program.. PRESS RELEASE.. The Board of Directors for the Consortium and the Georgia K12 CTO Council, parent organization of the Georgia CTO Clinic, recently announced a collaborative venture to expand the offerings of both organizations to benefit educational technology efforts in Georgia.. This year s GaETC.. will feature an enhanced Leadership Strand provided in cooperation with the Georgia CoSN Chapter.. Click here.. to read our press realease in its entirety and to see additional information about this year's opportunities for our technology leaders..

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    Descriptive info: Georgia Educational Technology Conference.. Enter your user name and password to sign in.. You can use this site without being registered or signing in, but registered users who sign in may have access to additional features and information.. Please remember that your password is case-sensitive.. User Name:.. Password:.. Forgot My Password..

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  • Title: Purpose / Purpose
    Descriptive info: The Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC), an annual event, is sponsored by the Georgia Educational Technology Consortium, Inc.. The Conference chair is appointed by the Consortium's Board of Directors to lead the Steering Committee, which organizes the annual Conference.. The Board, the Steering Committee, and the various sub-committees are composed of unpaid volunteers.. The Board contracts with McRae Conferences Trade Shows of Tallahassee to manage the exhibits and conference registration.. GaETC is dedicated to the professional development of educators.. For more than two decades, the Conference has played a key role in helping educators at all levels increase their understanding of the role of technology in education.. The Conference provides educators the opportunity to learn about the latest in educational technology and offers a forum for discussion among professionals  ...   There is no typical organizational structure--no membership dues and no membership list.. Those who have attended a recent conference or who have filled out our online form requesting information will receive updates through emails and postal mail.. The descriptions of concurrent sessions and workshops will be available in the conference program and on this website.. The Conference was first held in 1989 at the Ironworks Convention and Trade Center in Columbus.. After a few years, it moved to the Macon Centreplex Trade and Convention Center.. In 2001, the conference moved to the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center for two years and then returned to Macon for two years before moving to the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park in 2005.. For more detailed information about GaETC, click.. here..

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  • Title: History / History
    Descriptive info: First Conference - 1989.. The Georgia Instructional Technology Conference, predecessor of the Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC), was held April 17-18, 1989, at the Iron Works Conference Center in Columbus, Georgia.. The program consisted of 74 concurrent sessions and a keynote luncheon, and approximately 20 vendors exhibited state-of-the art technology hardware and software.. Over 650 Georgia educators took advantage of this first-time opportunity in our state.. Planning for First Conference.. For a number of years the Metro West and East Georgia Learning Resources System (GLRS) Centers and the Department of Special Education of Georgia State University, along with the statewide Georgia Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESA) Computer Coordinators Group, co-sponsored an annual conference, Microcomputer Applications in Education.. Although the original focus of this conference was special education, it rapidly began to draw large numbers of regular education teachers.. In 1989, the RESA Network Computer Coordinators Group worked cooperatively with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE), Office of Instructional Programs, and the GLRS Network to develop a new educational technology conference.. The overall goal of the first conference was to provide participants with a quality learning experience through exposure to peers who were effectively using technology in instructional settings, to nationally recognized leaders in the field, and to commercial exhibits which provided information on state-of-the-art hardware, software, and uses of technology.. At that time, technology, especially computer and video technology, was beginning to have a significant impact on society and was proving to be an effective aid in both delivery and management of instruction in America s schools.. As these technologies expanded, it became essential that a mechanism be developed to promote acceptance, to share productive applications for students, teachers, administrators, and student support personnel, and to plan for future applications.. In early 1988, a meeting was held with William Johnson, Assistant Superintendent for General and Vocational Education, GaDOE, to discuss the need for such a conference and to request funding assistance and other departmental support in addressing this need.. Weyman Culp, GaDOE, coordinated the arrangements for the meeting, and those attending included RESA Technology Coordinators Jimmy Adams, Bill Carmichael, and Bob Smith, as well as GaDOE personnel Weyman Culp and Brenda Tapp.. Based on the information provided by this group of individuals and the support of William Johnson, GaDOE agreed to provide a $4,900 grant for organizing and conducting a statewide educational technology conference.. Initially, the planning group considered holding a one-day drive-in conference in the fall of 1988.. However, based on the discussion and rationale presented in the meeting, the decision was made to plan a multi-day conference to be held in the spring of 1989.. It was further agreed that  ...   conclusion of the conference, a balance of approximately $10,000 was available with which to conduct a second conference.. Following a meeting at the Georgia Department of Education, which included representatives of several LEAs as well as DOE representatives and leaders from the 1989 conference, the conference was renamed The Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC).. 1990-1995.. Brenda Tapp continued as Conference Chair through the 1990 and 1991 Conferences.. In 1992, Tom Dickson, Whitfield County Schools, became Conference Chair.. In addition, for the 1992 conference, contracts were entered into with Jane Spencer for publication of the conference program and with McRae and Company for management of the exhibits and registration.. Beginning in 1993, Mark Cheek, CSRA RESA, became Conference Chair and served in this capacity through 1996.. 1996-2000.. Participation at the conference continued to increase, necessitating the decision in 1996 to move to the Macon CentrePlex to provide more space for the growing conference.. During this period of time, the program grew to over 200 concurrent sessions, and approximately 150 vendors were supporting the conference.. Wayne Robinson, Walker County Schools, succeeded Mark Cheek as Conference Chair for the years 1997-1999.. Concurrent sessions averaged around 200 per year during this period, and by 1999, exhibitors exceeded 200.. A 10th Anniversary Celebration was held in 1998, and the key players from the first years of the conference were invited to attend the anniversary reception and were recognized for their contributions to the success and growth of the GaETC.. This was also the first year that staff development credit was officially offered to conference participants.. In 2000, Donna Herring became the fifth Conference Chair, and Mark Cheek was elected first President of the newly formed Georgia Educational Technology Consortium.. They continued in these roles through 2002.. 2001-2004.. The Conference experienced another major change in 2001, with a move to Savannah, where it remained for two years.. Following the 2002 Conference, Ray Jordan, Turner County, was named Conference Chair, and Wayne Robinson assumed the duties of Consortium President.. The decisions to return to Macon for GaETC 2003 and to change the date to February were also made, and logos for the Consortium and the Conference were adopted.. In 2004, the Board named Vicki Rogers the Conference Chair.. After a spring conference, the Board scheduled a second conference in 2004 in November to begin a series of November conferences.. 2005-2012.. In 2005, under the leadership of Vicki Rogers, the Conference was moved to the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park.. Traci Redish of Kennesaw State University ETC was appointed the Conference chair in 2007.. In 2010, the Consortium Board named Brian Blanton of Henry County the Conference chair..

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  • Title: Steering Committee 2013 / Steering Committee 2013
    Descriptive info: Conference Chair.. Hoke Wilcox.. Fulton County Schools.. hwilcox@gaetc.. org.. Associate Conference Chair, Logistics.. Jay Cawley.. Morgan County Schools.. jcawley@gaetc.. Associate Conference Chair.. Jill Hobson.. Forsyth County Schools.. jhobson@gaetc.. Executive Director.. Jeff Eacker.. McRae Conferences and Tradeshows.. jeacker@gaetc.. President.. Georgia Educational Technology Consortium.. Dr.. Wayne Robinson.. Creative Discovery Museum.. wrobinson@gaetc.. Advisor.. Georgia Educational Technology Consortium.. Traci Redish.. Kennesaw State University.. tredish@gaetc.. Financial Representative.. Weyman Culp.. Retired Educator.. wculp@gaetc.. Database, Hosting, and Email Chair.. Jim Wright.. jwright@gaetc.. Evaluations Co-Chair.. Jimmy Barnes.. Jacksonville State University.. jbarnes@gaetc.. Curt Cearley.. Fayette County Schools.. ccearley@gaetc.. Facilitators Chair.. David Beeland.. Thomaston-Upson County  ...   Program Chair.. Debbie Childress.. Cherokee County Schools.. dchildress@gaetc.. Program Co-Chair.. Kate Matthews.. kmatthews@gaetc.. Publications Support Chair.. Julia Fuller.. jfuller@gaetc.. Publicity Chair.. Dutchie Riggsby.. Columbus State University.. driggsby@gaetc.. Social Media Chair.. Christopher Wells.. Gwinnett County Schools.. cwells@gaetc.. Sponsorships Chair.. Kathy Politis.. kpolitis@gaetc.. PowerSchool Users Group.. Student Showcase Chair.. Mary Moseley.. Metro RESA.. mmoseley@gaetc.. Website Chair.. Mary Starke.. Chattahoochee-Flint RESA.. mstarke@gaetc.. Website Co-Chair.. Carolyn Hutcheson.. chutcheson@gaetc.. Workshops Chair.. Lisa Burkhalter.. First District RESA.. lburkhalter@gaetc.. Workshops Co-Chair.. Virginia Bennett.. vbennett@gaetc.. Conference Accountant.. Registration Manager.. Exhibits Manager.. Hotels, Shuttles, and Publications.. Amy Williams.. Connie Bond.. Holly Banks.. awilliams@gaetc.. cbond@gaetc.. hbanks@gaetc..

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  • Title: Consortium / Consortium
    Descriptive info: GEORGIA EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM.. The GaETC Conference is a project of the..

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