Tundra Toolslam 2017

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Tundra Toolslam 2017

February 15, 2017


Tundra EdTech ToolSlam
Green Bay, WI—February 15, 2017— The Neville Public Museum is proud to host the second annual Tundra EdTech ToolSlam on February 16, 2017 at the Neville!
The second annual Tundra EdTech ToolSlam, a night of learning and collaborating for area educators, will be held Thursday, February 16th, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay. 
The event is a fast-paced collaborative event involving area educational technology leaders and educators.  It is designed to provide attending educators the opportunity to learn new technology tools in the classroom, as well as time to collaborate with other attendees.  The event features ten presenters with anticipated attendance of over 100 local educators. 
The Tundra EdTech ToolSlam is a great example of how our Northeastern Wisconsin educators collaborate and share to benefit our local schools.  Tool topics include virtual reality in the classroom, online student creation tools, and even a Mash Machine (one of only three in the United States!). 
For More Information, Contact:
Jamie Averbeck, Technology Coordinator
Ashwaubenon School District
[email protected]
The Tundra EdTech ToolSlam is a partnership between the Neville Public Museum and the Ashwaubenon School District, with sponsorship from Camera Corner / Connecting Point.
Submitted by:
Beth Lemke
Neville Public Museum
[email protected]
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI  54303
(920) 448-7848

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