EIA is adding an exciting new component to our 14th annual Education Industry Days conference next month – and we want to make the Washington, DC-region’s educators a big part of it.
Along with co-sponsors 1776, An Estuary, Inc. and the EdTech Collaborative, EIA is pleased to invite K-12 educators from throughout the Washington, DC metro area to the area’s first EdTech Demo Fair on Thursday, February 20 – after school from 4:00 to 7:30 PM at the Liaison Hotel on Capitol Hill. The event is complimentary, and will feature not only the latest education technologies, but the opportunity for educators to provide insightful feedback to companies about what will impact your classrooms for the better.
Public and private school teachers and administrators from the District of Columbia, Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax and Prince William Counties who want to learn more about education technology products and solutions, and take part in demonstrations of blended learning and technology integration.
• Hands-on demonstrations of cutting-edge education technology products and solutions (please bring your own device for a more personalized experience).
• Networking with fellow education professionals from throughout the region.
• Opportunity to earn .5 CEU by participating in an optional Johns Hopkins University School of Education workshop on “Evaluating Education Technology Products,” as well as digital professional development badges through An Estuary’s Sanderling platform.
• Networking reception featuring refreshments, food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
When and Where:
• Thursday, February 20, from 4:00 to 7:30 PM (arrive anytime, but please note that the Johns Hopkins School of Education workshop starts at 4:30 PM)
• The Liaison Capitol Hotel – 415 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington DC 20001 (a short walk from Union Station or Judiciary Square (Red Line) Metro stations, or paid parking; directions here)
Please visit EdTech Collaborative for more information and to register for this free and informative event, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 703-938-2429.