Education Technology

2018 TI Leadership Summits

TI Leadership Summits provide insight into how we can work together to meet the changing needs of teachers and students. Topics range from STEM education to funding resources, technology implementation, improving instructional practices and more. As a participant, you will:
  • Gain insight and inspiration from renowned national speakers in an intimate setting
  • Hear from local educators on their experience in implementing TI technology in their schools
  • Meet or reconnect with a select group of fellow administrators


Leadership Summit ID

Learn more about the TI Leadership Summit in your area below, including topics, speakers and schedule. There is no charge to attend.

Date City State Title
Mar 22 Denver CO
The Leader’s Role Implementing STEM and Computer Science Initiatives
Join us for an inspiring morning with exemplary instructional leaders who will address the landscape for effective implementation of the Colorado Academic Standards in a STEM- and computer science-focused world. Meet or reconnect with a select group of fellow administrators as we share effective practices for implementing technology; improving instructional practices; and embedding STEM instruction within the math, science and computer science classroom.

A networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Thursday, March. 22, 2018

8 a.m. – Check-in and breakfast
9 a.m. – Summit program
12:30 p.m. – Networking luncheon
1:30 p.m. – Summit concludes

Location:
University of Denver
The Sie Complex
5025 Maglione Hall, 5th Floor
2201 South Gaylord Street
Denver, Colorado 80208


PROGRAM

Teaching and Learning in a STEM-Focused World

Peter McLaren
National Science Consultant
Past-President, Council of State Science Supervisors (CSSS)

Peter McLaren will discuss the instructional leader’s role in advancing STEM learning using technology.


The State of STEM Education in Colorado

Joanna Bruno, Ph.D.
Science Content Specialist, Standards and Instructional Support Colorado Department of Education

Dr. Joanna Bruno will discuss the new Science and Computer Science State Standards initiatives in Colorado and highlight resources available at the state level.


Designing K-12 STEM Initiatives: Capacity, Sustainability and Agility

Gwen Perea Warniment
K-12 Program Director
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation

Gwen Perea Warniment will speak briefly to the nature of systems design as a mechanism for shifting how schools and districts might approach STEM education as fundamental deeper learning for the digital age.


Panel Session: Driving Forces behind STEM and Instructional Shifts in Science and Math

Peter McLaren will moderate a panel of educational leaders and engage attendees in a discussion centered on the forces driving opportunities and challenges around implementing STEM and instructional shifts in the math and science classroom. What does success look like in the classroom? Where does engineering find a place in the instructional sequence? What is the instructional leader’s role in implementing technology to stimulate cross-curricular practices in the STEM classroom? Join educational leaders for this important and timely discussion.

Moderator:
  • Peter McLaren, National Science Consultant Past-President, CSSS
Panelists:
  • Joanna Bruno, Ph.D., Science Content Specialist, Standards and Instructional Support, Colorado Department of Education
  • Joanie Funderburk, President, Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CCTM)
  • Gwen Perea Warniment, K-12 Program Director, Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation

Everyone Can CODE!”

Introducing students to the basics of coding helps build critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Programming with TI-Innovator™ technology introduces physical computing and helps spark interest in engineering, robotics and more.

Wendy Peel
Technology Adoption Consultant, Texas Instruments

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant, Texas Instruments


Resources to Support STEM Instruction

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant, Texas Instruments


Questions?
Contact Donald Tunstall, Technology Adoption Consultant, at dtunstall@ti.com or 214.862.6263


Details |
Mar 22
Denver CO
The Leader’s Role Implementing STEM and Computer Science Initiatives
Join us for an inspiring morning with exemplary instructional leaders who will address the landscape for effective implementation of the Colorado Academic Standards in a STEM- and computer science-focused world. Meet or reconnect with a select group of fellow administrators as we share effective practices for implementing technology; improving instructional practices; and embedding STEM instruction within the math, science and computer science classroom.

A networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Thursday, March. 22, 2018

8 a.m. – Check-in and breakfast
9 a.m. – Summit program
12:30 p.m. – Networking luncheon
1:30 p.m. – Summit concludes

Location:
University of Denver
The Sie Complex
5025 Maglione Hall, 5th Floor
2201 South Gaylord Street
Denver, Colorado 80208


PROGRAM

Teaching and Learning in a STEM-Focused World

Peter McLaren
National Science Consultant
Past-President, Council of State Science Supervisors (CSSS)

Peter McLaren will discuss the instructional leader’s role in advancing STEM learning using technology.


The State of STEM Education in Colorado

Joanna Bruno, Ph.D.
Science Content Specialist, Standards and Instructional Support Colorado Department of Education

Dr. Joanna Bruno will discuss the new Science and Computer Science State Standards initiatives in Colorado and highlight resources available at the state level.


Designing K-12 STEM Initiatives: Capacity, Sustainability and Agility

Gwen Perea Warniment
K-12 Program Director
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation

Gwen Perea Warniment will speak briefly to the nature of systems design as a mechanism for shifting how schools and districts might approach STEM education as fundamental deeper learning for the digital age.


Panel Session: Driving Forces behind STEM and Instructional Shifts in Science and Math

Peter McLaren will moderate a panel of educational leaders and engage attendees in a discussion centered on the forces driving opportunities and challenges around implementing STEM and instructional shifts in the math and science classroom. What does success look like in the classroom? Where does engineering find a place in the instructional sequence? What is the instructional leader’s role in implementing technology to stimulate cross-curricular practices in the STEM classroom? Join educational leaders for this important and timely discussion.

Moderator:
  • Peter McLaren, National Science Consultant Past-President, CSSS
Panelists:
  • Joanna Bruno, Ph.D., Science Content Specialist, Standards and Instructional Support, Colorado Department of Education
  • Joanie Funderburk, President, Colorado Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CCTM)
  • Gwen Perea Warniment, K-12 Program Director, Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation

Everyone Can CODE!”

Introducing students to the basics of coding helps build critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Programming with TI-Innovator™ technology introduces physical computing and helps spark interest in engineering, robotics and more.

Wendy Peel
Technology Adoption Consultant, Texas Instruments

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant, Texas Instruments


Resources to Support STEM Instruction

Brian Dunnicliffe
Educational Technology Consultant, Texas Instruments


Questions?
Contact Donald Tunstall, Technology Adoption Consultant, at dtunstall@ti.com or 214.862.6263