ubermix panel at CETPA

Posted by Jim Klein On Tuesday, November 25, 2014 0 comments
Leaders in education technology from a number of U.S. States met at the California Education Technology Professionals Association (CETPA) annual conference in Sacramento, California last week to to learn about the latest tools and strategies for infusing technology into the classroom. With over 900 decision makers in attendance, the event was one of the largest CETPA has ever put on.

I was lucky enough to be able to speak on Friday, and one of my sessions was the "Ultimate ubermix Panel 2.0", which brought together an illustrious team of ubermix leaders to discuss their ubermix-based learning initiatives, including (from left to right):

  • Brad Grumbles, Coordinator of Curriculum, Assessment, and Instructional Technology, Panama-Buena Vista Union School District
  • Dr. Mike Vollmert, Director of Technology, Rio School District
  • Andrew Schwab, Chief Technology Officer, Union School District
  • Larry Rego, Director of Information Technology, Hillmar Unified School District
  • Jim Klein (me), Chief Technology Officer, Las Virgenes Unified School District

From the program:
Looking for something more from your student devices? Want a 1:1 solution without limits that is easy-to-deploy, easy-to-manage, and best of all - free? Join the conversation that features a panel of five education technology leaders from all over California as they share and discuss their experiences with deploying and using ubermix in their school classrooms, labs, and their 1:1 laptop deployments. From old-timers who have been using ubermix for years to newbies who have recently deployed as many as 6000 devices (in a single summer!), participants are sure to gain powerful ideas for learning and get all of their questions answered. Join the free software revolution for student devices that is bringing powerful tools for learning into the hands of thousands students all over the world!
 We had a great crowd and awesome conversation!
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