Taking Note: Using Technology to Transform Education
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SCORE is committed to recognizing and disseminating best practices across Tennessee's schools and districts. In an effort to highlight the successes and challenges of technology innovation faced by educators today, SCORE is hosting a Virtual Convening on March 13, 2013 with an expert panel of Tennessee educators to discuss how technology can be used to transform teaching and learning. The interactive event will be live streamed to allow educators from across the state to participate in the discussion and contribute their diverse perspectives on educational technology. We hope this opportunity will enhance the conversation around technology’s role in schools, in addition to providing educators, leaders, and organizations with a forum to connect and share best practices with each other.
- Chuck Jones, Chairman, Tennessee Educational Technology Association; Chief of Technology, Jackson-Madison Schools
- Laura Luna, STEM Coach, Prescott STEM Platform Schools, Putnam County
- Kecia Ray, Executive Director of Learning Technologies, Metro Nashville; President-Elect, International Society for Technology in Education
- Christiane Schmidt, Teacher, Morristown East High School, Hamblen County
- Adam Taylor, Teacher, John Overton High School, Metro Nashville
Questions for Panelists?
- Email questions in advance to email@example.com with the subject line: Technology Convening Questions
- Submit questions online during the virtual convening session
Details on how to join will be provided after registration.
State Collaborative on Reforming Education
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) drives collaboration on policy and practice to ensure student success across Tennessee. We are an independent, nonprofit, and nonpartisan advocacy and research institution, founded in 2009 by Senator Bill Frist, MD, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader.
SCORE works collaboratively to support K-12 education throughout Tennessee, and we measure our success by the academic growth of Tennessee’s students.