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About Speaker Dr. Chris Moersch

CM Keynote Session in PA

Dr. Chris Moersch, founder of the internationally-recognized and research-based LoTii® and H.E.A.T. ® Frameworks and author of numerous publications including Beyond Hardware: Using Higher Order Thinking to Promote Effective Technology Use and Improving Achievement with Digital Age Best Practices is available for district, regional, and national speaking engagements. Dr. Moersch’s cutting edge addresses at national and regional conferences including Association for Supervision and Curriculum & Instruction (ASCD), International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Title 1 National Convention, and the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) offer the audience an engaging and provocative insight into the world of instructional leadership, digital-age teaching and learning, and school improvement. He has served as a featured or keynote speaker at over 80 regional and national conferences to date.

 

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Keynote Address Topics

CM Keynote

Dr. Chris Moersch has been delivering keynote addresses around the nation for over fifteen years. He is a recognized leader in the instructional technology field and regularly motivates audiences to turn up the H.E.A.T.® (e.g., Higher-order thinking, Engaged learning, Authentic connections, and Technology use) within their own school systems. Dr. Moersch has delivered keynote addresses on topics ranging from Make Teaching—Not Technology—More Engaging, Enchanting, and Interactive to Teach 2.0: Challenging the Interactive Generation.

 

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ISTE 2015: Pending Sessions

Increasing the Effectiveness of Technology Enhanced Classrooms

Flipped classrooms, 1:1 initiatives, and digital tools have infiltrated today’s classrooms. The chasm that separated the curriculum and technology sides of a district during the Apple IIe/ MS-DOS heyday continues to challenge instructional leadership. Digital Age Best Practices is an empirically-validated set of classroom strategies that are grounded in 21st Century Skills and research-based practices that bridge the gap between technology and curriculum offering key stakeholders with tangible, empirically-validated support to promote greater technology use in the schools. This session introduces the eight Digital Age Best Practices and provides specific strategies using existing digital tools and resources to bring about meaningful change in the classroom and elevate student achievement to new heights.

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