With a wide variety of strands and topics, the GaETC will benefit teachers, media specialists, technology coordinators, technology specialists, special educators, vocational teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, curriculum directors, staff development coordinators, Title I coordinators, and everyone else interested in educational technology.
Professional Learning Units
Since the suspension of PLUs for certificate renewal by the Georgia Department of Education, GaETC currently does not submit documentation to the state for individuals. Proof of attendance will be made available by completing the conference evaluation.
Approximately 200 companies will display the latest and best in educational technology in the exhibit hall. Exhibitors will also make presentations featuring their educational technology products in current sessions and workshops. Entrance to the exhibit hall is included in the conference registration fee. A $60 Exhibit Hall Pass is available on site to those who want to visit the exhibit hall only.
Lost and Found
Please turn in items in to the information desk in the lobby.
GaETC 2020 will be VIRTUAL!
Accommodations for Special Needs
All conference sites are wheelchair accessible and fully equipped to meet the needs of persons with special needs. If you require special assistance covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please check the box on the registration form; a committee member will contact you.
Emergency Medical Services
An emergency medical technician will be on duty at the First Aid Station during conference hours.
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