NTLS

Schedule

Thursday, September 23, 2021
(ALL TIMES Eastern) -TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

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8:30
Check-in and coffee
First Amendment Lounge
9:00 Overview, Goals, and Objectives – David Slykhuis, NTLS
9:15 Updates – John Lee – How2’s
https://teachinghow2s.com/ntls
9:30
Concurrent Strand Deliberations 
Moving Forward with Ed Tech Policy – Chris Rush and Liz Langran
First Amendment Lounge
Art, Music, and Coding – Glen Bull, Jo Watts, Rachel Gibson
Bloomberg Room
Technoethics in Educational Technology – Marie Heath and Dan Krutka
Zenger Room
11:30 Updates – Bart Epstein – EdTech Genome Project
12:00 Lunch
1:10
Updates – Bob Russell, NSF NTLS2021
1:30
Concurrent Strand Deliberations
Moving Forward with Ed Tech Policy – Chris Rush and Liz Langran
First Amendment Lounge
Art, Music, and Coding – Glen Bull, Jo Watts, Rachel Gibson
Bloomberg Room
Technoethics in Educational Technology – Marie Heath and Dan Krutka
Zenger Room
3:20
Networking Break
3:35
Strand Updates
Moving Forward with Ed Tech Policy – Chris and Liz
Art, Music, and Coding – Jo and Rachel
Technoethics – Marie and Dan
3:45
Updates – Richard Culatta – ISTE
4:00
Presidents Panel – First Amendment Lounge
Elizabeth Langran (SITE)
Gil Naizer (ASTE)
Stephanie Gilmore (ITEEA)
Xun Ge (AECT)
Weade James (AACTE)
Richard Culatta (ISTE)
Chad Rummel (CEC)
Blake West and Adriane Dorrington (NEA)
5:00 Reception! Holeman Lounge
  Friday, September 24, 2021
8:30
Coffee and Juice
9:00
Welcome and Overview- First Amendment Lounge
9:10
Office of Educational Technology Update- Chris Rush
9:30
NTLS Editors Panel – 
Tristan Johnson, Educational Technology, Research and Development
Denise Crawford, Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education
Kinshuk, Smart Learning Environments
Chrystalla Mouza, CITE Journal
Mary Rice, Journal of Online Learning Research
Michael Kennedy, Journal of Special Education and Technology

What Journal Editors wish Authors Knew

10:15 Networking Break
 10:30 Concurrent Sessions
Moving Forward with Ed Tech Policy – Chris Rush and Liz Langran
First Amendment Lounge
Art, Music, and Coding – Glen Bull, Jo Watts, Rachel Gibson
Bloomberg Room
Technoethics in Educational Technology – Marie Heath and Dan Krutka
Zenger Room
12:00
Strand Summaries
First Amendment Lounge
 12:20 Concluding Remarks- David Slykhuis

Call for Proposals: Family Engagement to Improve Student Learning

12:30 Lunch on your own

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