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There are some amazing opportunities to learn about the most recent Ed tech developments around St. Louis. Please see the links below for events hosted at CEET and those around town that are worth a visit.
Fall 2014 Workshop Schedule -Sessions and workshops open to Fontbonne University faculty, staff, and students.
Fall Institute of Technology for Innovation in Education Our flagship event is a combination of exceptional speakers, breakout sessions, interactive workshops, and hands-on time with the CEET technologies. Can be taken for PD credit or 1-2 graduate or undergraduate credit hours. Saturday, November 8 from 8:30am-4pm.
Archives of past institutes:
Ed Tech Week! Join us on campus for a variety of learning experiences, contests, and speakers related to educational technology. Spring 2015
Summer Research Program for Educational Innovation: This program will explore the most innovative and insightful practices used in national and international schools today through a series of research projects, field work, and mentorship with top-rated faculty, developers, and classroom teachers. Coming Summer 2016.
Other Fontbonne events
Meet the Geeks! Learn more about the STEM majors available at Fontbonne (including Cyber Security and Bioinformatics) at this open house Tuesday, October 26 from 7-9pm.
Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference This 2-day event held on the UMSL campus provides excellent professional development opportunities for faculty in higher education settings. Thursday-Friday, November 13 & 14.
St. Louis Tech for Schools Summit This is a unique opportunity - and FREE for K-12 teachers - to try out some of the most innovative technology being built for schools. Saturday, October 18 from 8am-4pm.
TEDx Gateway Arch Three events scheduled for Summer/Fall 2014 focus on the connection betwen technology, entertainment, and design in the St. Louis area.
Several events around campus will benefit technology purchases for specific departments in CEET. Please check back for topics/dates/times to support Fontbonne students in their effort to learn technology relevant to their field of study.
CEET Director wins Blackboard Catalyst Award
Amy Peach, Director of Instructional Technology and Adjunct Faculty, won the Blackboard Catalyst Award for Exemplary Course Design in 2014 for her design work in EDU 234 (Philosophical Foundations of Education). This course is mastery-based and requires a high skill level in the basics before students can progress to more challenging tasks. The course was cited for its innovative use of adaptive release and non-linear teaching methods designed to provide highly individualized support for all students.