CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! is now available
The 2022 Christa McAuliffe Transforming, Teaching, & Technology Conference (CMTC22) was back better than ever!
If you were not able to attend CMTC22 live, you can now register for a "second pass" to access to all the content that was streamed live or recorded via Zoom.
CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! provides access to ALL of the following online content through at least August 31st:
- Monday Virtual Panel ~ GoogleVerse from Multiple Perspectives
- Matt Miller (Tuesday) Keynote presentation and 2 concurrent sessions
- Ken Shelton (Wednesday) Keynote presentation and 2 concurrent sessions
- Kasey Bell (Thursday) Keynote presentation
- 4 Spotlight sessions
- 12 additional concurrent sessions live streamed from the DoubleTree
- 12 additional concurrent sessions & BYOD workshop recorded via Zoom
That is a total of 36 sessions included in your CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! registration!
CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! Pricing
- General; $145
- NHSTE: $140
Upon registering for CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! will receive an email invitation to SCHED to access all available recorded content within 2 business days.
*Five NHSTE event coupons may also be used for one (1) individual registration.
CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! Certificates of Participation are available upon receiving full payment. This is a great way to enhance your professional learning hours.
Check out the CMTC22 website at www.nhcmtc.org to see which sessions are available. Most all of session titles marked with the icon shown below are accessible using your CMTC22 Virtual Second Pass! registration via SCHED:
Here are a few comments from our survey results . . .
- ENGAGING! Matt was energetic and relatable. He dealt with tech issues during his presentation with grace and humor which was like a lesson in itself!
- All of Ken's presentations were spectacular. Would love to see him again.
- She [Kasey Bell] provided interesting new perspectives on things. I enjoyed her presentation.
- CMTC keynotes inspired me to think of the possibilities in education as we move forward, rather than focusing on the challenges of instruction during COVID. The keynotes provided inspiration to take all we have learned in the recent years and cultivate the change that education needs today.
Please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Cyndi Dunlap, Conference Co-Chair