How to Choose Sessions at #macul18

Every year I have the privilege of helping several teachers from my school district prepare for the annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Conference. It’s one of the largest Ed Tech conferences in the midwest, and it’s always been home to an eclectic range of sessions focused on everything from pure tech to deeper pedagogical thought. I help secure funding for my teachers, arrange hotels for them, provide support for registration, and review the sessions and presenters in hopes to steer them towards sessions that hit on current district initiatives and goals.

The trouble I run into is when there are far too many sessions to choose from (a big problem), or a teacher isn’t sure about what to pursue based on their own interests. The MACUL conference can be overwhelming, and it’s easy to get lost in all the enticing session titles. Often attendees have a good idea of what they might be interested in, but there’s always a strong need to identify what you need to get out of a session.

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