Registration is now open for Disrupt 2018 – the annual KS Ed Tech Conference.
This year marks the 10th year the Kamehameha Schools Information Technology Division (ITD) has hosted the event. The conference is a great opportunity for educators to find inspiration and equip themselves with new tools, tricks, and ideas to further their learning to increase the positive impact they have on their haumāna.
“As a milestone year, weʻre really encouraging as many of our kumu and Kamehameha Schools ʻohana to register for the event as possible,” shared Darrin Sato, KS IT Education Technology Services director.
“We hope to see you there! It is certain to be an inspiring time of learning, networking, and sharing with educators from around the state and the world.”
More information about the keynote speakers, breakout sessions and conference are coming soon. The conference is free for KS faculty and staff.
Registration includes access to the two-day conference and breakfast and lunch on both days.
Register at http://blogs.ksbe.edu/edtechconference/.
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