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Kalahari Convention Center Wisconsin Dells, WI
Kalahari Resort Convention Center Ξενοδοχείο, Wisconsin Dells, Γουινσκόνσιν, Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες
Organizer: eLearning Industry Events Team
BrainStorm 16.0 is the premiere conference for K20 techs in the upper midwest.
The Midwest Education Technology Association (META) invites attendees that come from the Midwest with a concentration from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan to the BrainStorm 16.0 Κ20 Technology Conference at Wisconsin Dells, Wis., hosted at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center. The 2015 conference is Sunday, March 1, through Tuesday, March 3.
Various topics are covered by presenters with an emphasis of hands-on learning about current and future technologies to benefit schools. Attendees to hands-on sessions may be required to provide their own laptop with a virtual environment installed. Typically Sunday late afternoon sessions that are 2 hours long.
Special extended length session lasting 7 hours with breaks and meals totaling ~8 1/2 hours. Typically Sunday noon to evening sessions.
Focus of sessions are designed to be technical (at various difficulty levels) and curriculum topics are avoided. Sessions presented by school technology directors, network administrators, technology staff or vendors. Each session is approximately 60 minutes long with a 15 minute break between sessions. Double breakout sessions are 2 1/4 hours long with a break taken at the discretion of the presenter. Typically Monday afternoon & Tuesday morning to mid-afternoon sessions.
We break up into several rooms to discuss various topics in open, conversational type roundtables. Expect 20-50 people in a group. Bring your questions/answers to share. Many find these sessions one of the most beneficial aspects of the entire conference! Topics are chosen from ideas submitted by registrants during the registration process. Typically Monday morning sessions.