FHU Hosts Technology Academy
Freed-Hardeman University’s School of Education hosted the Administrators’ Technology Academy Monday, March 19, in Brown-Kopel Business Center. Administrators and technology coordinators from K-12 schools throughout West Tennessee attended.
More than 40 sessions were conducted throughout the day on such topics as ibooks and textbook transformation, Google apps for administrators, iPads for educators, and an ink pen that hears, writes and remembers. Attendees could choose to attend four of the sessions.
The ATA, which is sponsored by the Tennessee Educational Technology Association, hosts the academy at three regional locations each spring. This is the fifth year FHU has hosted the conference. ATA seeks to inform administrators of innovative ways to implement technology and improve student learning. TASL and CEO credit are available.