In addition to attending the ASTE Conference, you have the opportunity to earn 1 or 2 credits from the University of Alaska with Facilitator Tammy Morris. This is a terrific opportunity to join with fellow conference attendees to further discussion and share learning. Your hours attending the conference (minimum of 15 hours for 1 credit and minimum of 30 for 2 credits) serve as the base for the class. During the following month, class participants will read related articles and participate in online discussions to enrich the on-site conference experience.
An optional ASTE Credit Class Introduction face-to-face session will be held during the conference on Saturday, February 18th, 12:00-12:45, in the Endeavor Room. Bring your lunch and join us!
Tammy Morris is a 21st Century Learning Specialist and a School Improvement Coach with 20 years of experience in Alaska school districts as both classroom teacher and district technology coordinator. For the past seven years, Tammy has owned Inspired Impact, LLC, an educational technology consulting business. Her insight into the needs of today’s Alaskan educators and students comes from providing professional development throughout Alaska, leading and participating in state-sponsored educational technology endeavors, and facilitating online professional development courses. Tammy currently holds a Masters in Educational Technology as well as a Masters in Educational Leadership.
Tammy has lived in Alaska most of her life, spending 25 years in Fairbanks, 14 years in Ketchikan, and from 2009 until the present in Juneau. She and her husband of 38 years have 3 grown children and are expecting their 10th grandchild in April.
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