2021 Technology Coaching Conference

Collaboration for Successful Technology Integration

FREE days of digital learning for those who power the digital classroom.

Upcoming #TechCoachCon Event:

Student-Centered Summit: For Teachers and Tech Coaches

A panel discussion with leading K-12 educators about the importance of student-centered instruction as we use the Summer months to prepare to go back to in-person learning.

  • Discussion between a panel of leading K-12 educators
  • Questions submitted by you (the attendees) to fuel the discussion
  • Innovative tactics for student-centered design
  • Live Q&A between attendees and the panelists

Access to the live event will only be made available to those who register. But, if you can’t attend the live event, we’ll send you the recording afterward.

Past #TechCoachCon Events:

February, 2021

EdTech Roundtable: Tools for Student Engagement

A conversation about the technology tools and strategies that leading educators are using to increase student engagement and enhance learning in 2021. 

  • 1-hour virtual panel discussion
  • Recommended tech tools and tactics from leading K-12 educators
  • Live Q&A between attendees and panelists
  • Certificate of attendance for 1 hour of PD credit

Access to the live event will only be made available to those who register. But, if you can’t attend the live event, we’ll send you the recording afterward.

December, 2020

National Student Engagement Summit

Strategies to overcome student engagement challenges and maximize technology with remote and hybrid learning at the building level.

There is growing uncertainty that devices and technology are being used effectively to engage students during remote and hybrid learning. We have heard from educators across the country that they are seeking an opportunity to explore the topic of student engagement on a national level. That is why we are hosting a digital event centered around student engagement for K-12 educators featuring a panel of leading building-level innovators from around the country. Our panelists are from a variety of backgrounds in K-12 education (Teacher, Tech Coach, and Principal) who will share insight into how you can increase student engagement with building-level synergy and collaboration.

September, 2020

Progressive Learning Conference Week

It’s not about where you’ll go back to school, it’s about how you’ll enhance instruction.

Regardless of where K-12 educators go back to school in the Fall, two things are certain: Progressive learning styles that have enhanced remote learning will continue to drive instruction, and the velocity of technology integration to support progressive learning will only continue to increase.

Dyknow’s 2020 Progressive Learning Conference is a free, completely virtual week-long conference that will help K-12 educators think creatively about how to enhance instruction and technology in any learning environment by using progressive learning styles.

July, 2020

Coaching the Tech Coaches Workshop

Utilizing feedback from internal stakeholders and gathering recommendations from external PLNs to maximize your preparations for Fall 2020.

This digital summit is the third installment in our #TechCoachCon Summit Series and our first hands-on workshop! The event will feature a panel of some of the brightest and most innovative minds in Tech Coaching. We will be talking about effective ways to gather feedback from internal stakeholders in your school and district (students, parents, teachers, and faculty), connect with and source recommendations from your external PLNs, and combine these learnings to enhance and maximize your Summer preparations regardless of the remote learning environment come Fall. We will provide you with a worksheet before the event to guide you through our discussion and create your own preparation plan! Join us on Friday, July 10th at 12:00 p.m. EDT to learn about how leading K-12 professionals are gathering internal and external feedback to prepare for the Fall semester.

May, 2020

Professional Development Summit

The past, present, & future of Professional Development and how to create effective PD trainings following e-Learning.

This digital summit is the second installment in our TCC Summit Series and will feature a panel of some of the brightest and most innovative minds in Professional Development. We will be talking about the “why’s” and “how’s” of Professional Development during this event, and talking with our panelists about past PD strategies that have been effective, the current state of training and PD, and what the future of PD looks like following this remote learning environment (panelists will be announced soon).

April, 2020

Dyknow Office Hours

Remote Learning best practices using Dyknow.

This digital event is hosted by Dyknow and will be a conversation between Casey Higgs, Dyknow School Success Manager, and Devin Arms, Director of Technology at Tippecanoe School Corporation, a Dyknow customer. We will discuss how Dyknow’s classroom management software supports remote learning and answer all your Dyknow related questions.

2020 Remote Learning Summit

Strategies to overcome challenges and maximize the remote learning environment.

This digital summit is the first installment of our TCC Summit Series and will feature a panel of some of the brightest and most innovative Technology Coaches. The panelists will be discussing how to proactively maximize Remote Learning efforts, and actionable tactics you can implement in your remote environment. The conversation is fueled by audience questions submitted before the event.

March, 2020

2020 Technology Coaching Conference

Collaboration for Successful Technology Integration

This single-day, completely virtual conference will be consumable whenever best fits your schedule. We are bringing together some of the brightest thought leaders and Technology Coaches in K-12 education to discuss topics ranging from the Tech Coach role, instruction and professional development to effective technology integration tactics for the classroom.

What is #TechCoachCon all about?

It’s undeniable – technology is rapidly changing K-12 education. But as new devices, applications, and innovations enter the classroom, many teachers are getting frustrated – devices are causing distractions, students are off task, and effective instructional strategies are a mounting challenge. This presents a tremendous roadblock for administrators who want to keep current with innovations in pedagogy and prepare students for 21st-century learning and beyond.

But there is a silver lining amidst all the change:

Technology Coaching

Over the last few years, Technology Coaches have never been more important, as 70% of schools nationwide have had groups of new hires where 26%-50% of teachers were incapable of using technology efficiently in their classrooms. But as we begin a new decade, too many administrators are unaware of what technology coaching is, and how they can use it to give teachers the confidence that they are maximizing their instruction time.

That’s why Dyknow decided to host the first-ever

Technology Coaching Conference

A full day of digital learning for those who power the digital classroom.

We’re excited to keep the #TechCoachCon discussions going by hosting monthly virtual summits that will be focused on the most important topics in K-12 education and technology integration.

What sets #TechCoachCon apart from other conferences?

What you’ll gain from attending the Technology Coaching Conference:

  • First-hand knowledge and tactics from Tech Coach experts like you 
  • Understanding of emerging industry trends and application to implement 
  • Opportunity to get your questions answered by some of the brightest minds in EdTech 
  • Satisfaction in knowing that you aren’t alone in your role 
What you’ll get to avoid with the Technology Coaching Conference:

  • Getting approval to attend 
  • Booking travel and a hotel room
  • Pleading with your family to watch the kids for a few days 
  • Fighting through crowds to learn 
  • Eating bad lunches

Ready to learn from thought leaders who are at the forefront of innovative and collaborative technology coaching?