OETC Update: Your Conference, Your Way

 OETC is proud to welcome Linnette Attai as its keynote speaker on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 9 a.m.

Linnette has more than 25 years of experience guiding clients through the complexLinnetteHeadShot compliance obligations governing data privacy matters, online user safety, and marketing, with a focus in the education and entertainment sectors. As the founder of PlayWell, LLC, Linnette works with private and public companies, schools and districts, youth groups, education leadership, lawmakers and policy influencers, children, and parents. Linnette serves as a virtual chief privacy officer and data protection officer for a number of companies, and speaks nationally on online privacy, safety, and marketing matters. In addition, Linnette is project director for the CoSN Privacy Initiative and Trusted Learning Environment programs, and an adjunct professor of marketing at the Fordham Graduate School of Business and at The New School.

Prior to founding PlayWell, LLC, Linnette served as vice president, standards & practices, for Nickelodeon, and as a compliance executive with CBS.

Ohio EdTechs @OETC
OetcLogosOhio’s eight Educational Technology Agencies (Ohio’s EdTechs) located regionally across the state, provide services that optimize the use of classroom technologies to improve student learning and staff performance. Each EdTech Agency works in cooperation with one of Ohio’s public television stations. Working together, Ohio’s EdTechs serve ALL of Ohio’s K-12 schools and assist educators in meeting and exceeding state performance standards, state report card requirements, and state professional development goals as established by the Ohio Department of Education. Each EdTech also develops and delivers outstanding original local initiatives and resources specifically directed to needs expressed by districts in their service area.

If you’re not familiar with Ohio’s EdTechs, take an opportunity to stop by the Ohio EdTech area located around the 220-223 booth section of the exhibit hall. Mobile App Filter - #Ohio Ed-Techs

Feb 13 9:00-12:00 Virtual Reality Storytelling
Feb 14 2:15-4:15 "Technology Planning for District Leaders"
Feb 14 3:30-4:30 Critical Thinking in the “Fake News” Era: Evaluating Online Sources
Feb 14 3:30-4:30 Culturally Responsive Teaching and Community Building in a Digital World
Feb 14 11:00-12:00 Free Resources for your Classroom from Western Reserve Public Media
Feb 14 3:30-4:30 Live from OETC, The Best Free Video Production Resources
Feb 14 1:00-2:00 PBS LearningMedia: FREE Digital Resources Supporting Teaching and Learning
Feb 14 1:00-2:00 SOITA Interactive Video Conferencing Preview: Introduction to Poetry
Feb 14 8:00-9:00 This is Flippin' Amazing
Feb 15 1:00-2:00 Exploring PBS Learning Media
Feb 15 8:00-9:00 FREE Financial Literacy Resources for Grades 1-6 Using SmartPath
Feb 15 1:00-2:00 Gadget Slam
Feb 15 11:00-12:00 Scaffolding the Writing Process with Google for the Elementary Classroom

AT & AEM Center and the Accessible Technologies Solutions Lab

AT logo 125The Assistive Technology and Accessible Educational Materials (AT&AEM) Center, powered by OCALI, is one of OCALI’s newest centers. The AT&AEM Center is a centralized, responsive resource center that empowers individuals with disabilities by providing accessible educational materials, access to assistive technologies, and highly specialized technical assistance and professional development support. Working collaboratively with the 16 state support teams, the Center advances best practices in the field to help educators, family members, and individuals with disabilities enjoy increased independence and accessibility. If you’d like to learn more about the AT&AEM Center at #OETC18, visit booth 1035 or ataem.org.

This year, Mike Marotta, a leader in the field of assistive technology, is one of the Center’s featured speakers, and he’ll also be presenting several sessions in the Accessible Technologies Solutions Lab. Bring your devices andMarotta join us for cutting-edge topics such as apps for students struggling with reading, writing or executive functions; wearable technologies and the Internet of Things latest trends; Google Suite and Google Apps for education; and more!

Feb 14 8:00-9:00 Google Keeps Students Organized
Feb 14 11:00-1:00 Technology for Voice and Choice: UDL and Multiple Literacies
Feb 14 11:00-12:00 The Future is Now! Technology for ALL
Feb 14 1:00-2:00 Creating and Presenting an Accessible Slide Presentation
Feb 14 2:15-4:15 Google Tools for Struggling Students
Feb 15 8:00-9:00 Free Tools to Support the Five-Step Writing Process for All
Feb 15 11:00-12:00 Digital Storytelling: Unleashing the Power of Expression for All Learners
Feb 15 1:00-3:00 Reading/Writing Supports to Access Close Reading, Annotation, and Written Response

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