Center for Technology in Education Offering Technology Workshops August 9-12
SALISBURY, MD--The Center for Technology in Education at Salisbury State University is again offering a Summer Technology Academy focusing on utilizing technology to improve student outcomes. This year’s Academy is August 9-12, on the SSU campus.
The 18 workshops will address a variety of topics from an introduction to the computer to utilizing the Internet and PowerPoint to design student technology projects. While public educators from Maryland will be awarded one in-service credit for every two workshops attended for a maximum of two in-service credits, the Academy is open to preservice teachers as well as interested members of the public. The cost to attend is $25 for each full-day workshop.
Educators who are interested in attending should contact their county’s technology coordinators or access the CTE Web site, cte.salisbury.edu/workshop, for more information.
The Center for Technology in Education at SSU was founded in 1993 in a collaborative effort between the Greater Salisbury Committee and the Eastern Shore educational community. Among its goals is introducing educators to state-of-the-art technology for their classrooms. For more information, contact CTE Director Regina Royer at 410-548-4500 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.