As we’re gearing up to welcome a new year, I’m asking myself and all educators to imagine all the possibilities for tomorrow.
Looking inward, I have challenged myself and my team to create a summit experience that will help you reignite your passion, potential, and purpose. I know that teaching is more than a job, it is a life, and it requires that we bring our whole self to work. We want to invest in YOU so that your students benefit from the enthusiasm and energy you have to inspire their learning.
As a new mom, I’m dreaming of the world and learning opportunities I want to CREATE for my daughter. I know that teachers are inspiring the future of all our young people and at the EdTechTeam, we want to support you in this great adventure.
Simply put, I don’t want to wait for the future to happen, I want to help you create it. Good teachers are the artists, engineers, mentors, coaches, and cheerleaders who provide opportunities for students to create THEIR future.
- Real-world problem solvers
- Digital equity
- Teacher leaders
- Student agency
- Kind digital citizens
- Personalized learning opportunities
- Real-world connections
I truly believe this is your time to shine. Let this year inspire YOU and your students to create their brilliant future!
Ready to jump in? Save your seat for The Virtual.
The Virtual, a free global online summit, offer sessions that focus on the whole teacher, not just tech, providing educators with new strategies and tips to create connections, opportunities, experiences, and a whole lot more!
Molly Bennett is a Global Digital Learning Specialist, Google Certified Innovator, and Google Certified Trainer. Currently, she is the Executive Director of Summits for the EdTechTeam. She presents nationally and internationally at conferences, workshops, and conventions on how to integrate Google Apps and other emerging technologies into learning. She lives by the idea that we are “Living in Beta” as we continue to transform learning in the digital age. Her background is in Elementary Education and she also holds a certificate in Educational Technology and Gifted Education.