NJECC’s 32nd Annual Technology Conference ~ January 9th, 2018

Keynote ~ Mr. Anthony Johnson
Sponsored by Apple Education

Join us for more than 100 presentations featuring professionals teaching in K-12 schools and universities. This year we will feature strands for Library Media Specialists, Math Teachers and English/Language Arts Teachers. We will offer hands-on sessions and BYOD sessions.

Come visit our exhibition area to view displays and demonstrations from vendors featuring the latest in educational technology products and services. 

Tuesday Presentations and Workshops are listed below. You are free to choose from any of the sessions when you register for the day. The detailed schedule will be available mid-December. If you choose to attend our post-conference workshops, you must register for the sessions individually. Pricing information can be found on the Conference Information page below.

Hands-On Post Conference Workshops are listed below by date and time. Descriptions are listed in the schedule. Please choose when you register. (Please note Google Certified Educator Bootcamp Level 1 is a two-day workshop for $299.00.)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - AM
Crack the Code
Now I have a 3D Printer
Making Chrome Work for You 
GOOGLE Bootcamp for Educators - Level I - Day 1

Wednesday, January 10, 2018  - PM
Google Forms - Learn to Love Data with Google Forms, Self-Correcting Quizzes, and Spreadsheets
Coding Across the Content Areas  
GOOGLE Bootcamp for Educators - Level I - Day 1

Thursday, January 11, 2018 - AM
Flipped Classroom
MakerSpace: Kids at Work
Getting Going with Google Classroom 
GOOGLE Bootcamp for Educators - Level I - Day 2

Thursday, January 11, 2018  - PM
Flipping Your Classroom with Google Sites and Google Classroom
Lego EV3 Robotics 
GOOGLE Bootcamp for Educators - Level I - Day 2



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Tuesday, January 9 • 2:20pm - 3:20pm
Open Badges in the K-12 Classroom

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Open badges are virtual ways of recognizing accomplishments. More than just digital stickers, badges can be linked to specific criteria and evidence of learning, displayed on social networks, and collected in a virtual backpack. We will explore different ways to implement badges in classes and extracurricular activities, considering factors such as motivation, skills-based assessment, and student empowerment. Learn how to easily design and award digital badges using free online resources. A device would be useful for this session.


Lauren Zucker

High School English teacher & adjunct instructor (Fordham University), Northern Highlands Regional High School

Tuesday January 9, 2018 2:20pm - 3:20pm
Montclair State University 1 Normal Ave, Upper Montclair, NJ 07043

Attendees (9)