Thursday, October 12, 2017

Powering Up with Technology Conference (PUWT). November 11, 2017. Oxon Hill, MD.

With a budget of nearly $2 billion, Prince George’s County Public Schools is one of the largest K-12 districts in the United States.

For over 20 years, the district has been gathering to learn about and celebrate the use of technology in district classrooms and administrative offices and it’s not too late for you to join the 350+ K-12 education leaders at the Powering Up with Technology Conference (PUWT) on November 11 in Oxon Hill, MD.

This interactive Conference gives sponsors the opportunity to connect with Prince George’s County Public Schools’ administrators, faculty and technologists as they explore innovative techniques and strategies to educate the 21st century student in and beyond the classroom using digital tools and incorporating new technology to increase student engagement.

As Lisa Spencer, Executive Director of Instructional Technology & Support at Prince George’s County Public Schools states, “The ultimate purpose of our PUWT Conference is to inform our educators of ways to enhance teaching and learning using technology; increase student engagement; share information, resources and digital tools to enhance curriculum, and apprise staff of emerging technologies and current trends in instructional technology.”

If you’re interested in connecting with some of the D.C. area’s top K-12 education leaders, contact us here for more information on how to participate. 

Alan Cox, Executive Vice President and Publisher, Converge magazine
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