Special Topics in Educational Tech (KTI STARs Summit)
Keystone Technology Innovator 2020 Summit
Participants in this course are attendees of the Keystone Technology Integrator Conference held at Shippensburg University during the week of July 27, 2020 through July 31, 2020. Each participant has been nominated by their principal as a teacher who effectively uses technology in the classroom. Additionally, each participant submitted examples of their work to a team that further validated the quality of the participant’s skills.
Course takers will participate in the week-long Summit by attending a variety of sessions led by instructional technology experts. Following the Summit, students will further expand, reflect, and examine their new knowledge through the analysis of their current classroom practices. Through the creation of classroom policies, procedures, and lessons, learners will showcase their understanding of top tools and ideas in educational technology today. All required course work must be completed by August 23rd.
This page registers you for the 3-credit, Wilson College graduate course (work outside of the Summit week is required). If you are planning to attend the Summit only and do not wish to receive graduate credit, you can skip this step and register directly at www.paect.org.
See what other educators are saying about this course
This course was a great addition to the KTI Summit. It was nice to have a small cohort of people that were working on the same projects. We were able to form additional bonds as the week continued. Daily reflections were a great way to process the day.T.S.
I have so many new ways to incorporate meaningful technology into my classroom.C.B., Elementary Teacher
The knowledge of the SAMR model will help me use technology better within my classroom.S.S., Elementary Teacher
The KTI Summit and course were fantasticS.S., Elementary Teacher
I'll be incorporating the lessons and projects I created for this course into my teaching this year.A.S., Social Studies Teacher
The assignments were very valuable since it all had to do with applying what we learned directly into our classroom curriculum.F.B., Elementary Teacher
I have upgraded my lessons on the SAMR model which I may not have had time to do during the school year. Therefore, it accelerated my progress.J.T., World Languages Teacher
I will incorporating a lot of the techniques into my classroom. More PBL. More Collaboration. More Global.A.F., Language Arts Teacher
I loved all the knowledge that I gain this week. Having to complete the assignment for this course forced me to really think about how I would put this knowledge to use in my classroom to benefit my students. I'm glad that I took this course and am considering more from Eduspire.S.E., Elementary Teacher
I definitely plan on bringing all of these projects that I designed into the classroom this year.F.B., Elementary Teacher
The course was great in its flexibility to allow us to attend the various workshops throughout the week. I was nervous that we'd have "class time" and that would limit my experience. I'm glad this wasn't the case.C.O., Elementary Teacher
Great opportunity to bring awareness into the technology and use of technology being integrated into the classroom.M.V., Elementary Teacher
Restructuring lesson plans. This project forces you to rethink what you are teaching and revamp to incorporate the focus of this course. The final project was relevant, meaningful, and purposeful; all qualities I value in a course.M.V., Elementary Teacher
I was introduced to SAMR which will influence the way I view technology integration into my classroom.M.K., Social Studies Teacher
The course will make me more thoughtful about how I can incorporate technology and what resources may be available.T.O., Language Arts Teacher
|Location||Course Start Date||Registration Deadline||Sem|
|Shippensburg, PA||Jul 13, 2020 9:12 AM||Jul 02, 2020 9:12 AM||Summer|