NTLS

Schedule

Presenting on TPACK

Thursday, September 24, 2020 (ALL TIMES EASTERN!)

11:00
Welcome and Overview 
Overview, Goals, and Objectives – David Slykhuis, NTLS
11:15
Concurrent Strand Deliberations 
Teacher Preparation in a Time of Crisis
Computational Thinking in Music and the Arts
Using Distance Technology for Field Placements
1:00 Update on JEX- Bart Epstein and Emily Barton
1:15 Update from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative- Katrina Stevens
1:30
NTLS 2019 Outcomes –
Michael Grant and Glen Bull- Design, Creativity, and Problem Solving

Jake Cohen- Diversity in Educational Technology

Randy Hansen and Elizabeth Langran- AI in Teacher Education

1:45
Concurrent Strand Deliberations
Teacher Preparation in a time of crisis
Computational Thinking in Music and the Arts
Using Distance Technology for Field Placements
3:30
President’s Panel – Navigating a Pandemic
Elizabeth Langran (SITE)Gil Naizer (ASTE)

Steve Barbato (ITEEA)

Michael Steele (AMTE)

Kathy Headley (ILA)

Mary Brownell (TED-CEC)

Michael Grant (AECT)

Lynn Gangone (AACTE)

Richard Culatta (ISTE)

Sarah Howorth (ISET)

Christian Goering (ELATE)

Margaret Crocco (CUFA)

Dennis McElroy (ISTE-TEN)

  Friday, September 25, 2020
11:00
Welcome and Overview
11:05
NTLS Editors Panel
Albert Ritzhaupt and Kara Dawson, Journal of Research on Technology in EducationTristan Johnson, Educational Technology, Research and DevelopmentDenise Crawford and Ann Thompson, Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education

Kinshuk, Smart Learning Environments

Chrystalla Mouza, CITE Journal

Jered Borup and Leanna Archambault, Journal of Online Learning Research

Rick Ferdig, Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

Chuck Hodges, Tech Trends

 12:00 Concurrent Sessions
Teacher Preparation in a time of crisis
Computational Thinking in Music and the Arts
Using Distance Technology for Field Placements
1:50
Strand Summaries
 2:00 Concluding Remarks- David Slykhuis

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