Matt Chapman, CEO at NWEA and keynote speaker at this year’s Solutions Summit, shared with conference attendees the impact the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) will have on K-12 school district human resources (HR) departments.
Attendees at this year’s Solutions Summit in Portland were treated to three unique and engaging keynote presentations, which included education and data leaders taking the stage to discuss innovative ways to invigorate K-12 human resource processes.
Keynote presenters included a panel discussion led by Bob Rogers, Chief Data Scientist at Intel; Peter Ianniello, Executive Director of Human Resource Support at New York City Department of Education; and Matt Chapman, CEO at NWEA.
Intel is well known for their processors, however the innovative technology company is constantly expanding smart technology to make exciting experiences possible for everyone. Their dedication to evolving technology, user experience, and education makes Intel a perfect partner for TeacherMatch.
Here’s a glimpse into the ongoing relationship between the two revolutionary tech organizations:
In a few weeks, TeacherMatch, SmartFind, and Thrive/ERO solution users will be arriving in Portland, Oregon at the Portland Marriott Waterfront Hotel, from April 20 – April 22, for Solutions Summit 2016 (
If you’ve already registered, we look forward to seeing you in Portland! If you haven’t registered yet – we understand, the first step can be the hardest. So, as part of the Solutions Summit planning committee, I’ve compiled an easy-to-complete 3-step list to get you registered and ready for SS16!
Solutions Summit 2016, from April 20 – April 22 in Portland, Oregon, is around the corner! This year’s Summit offers an unprecedented line-up of sessions — from recruiting, hiring, and onboarding to PD management and practices . . . as well as absence management and workforce planning.
Get ready for Solutions Summit 2016 by viewing our Official Agenda, and take a look at our list of 5 Things You Will Want to Do at Solutions Summit 2016:
For 36 years, the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) has provided educators and administrators the opportunity to explore the latest hardware, software, and education technology strategies all in one place. At their upcoming conference this week, from January 12 to January 15, 2016, attendees will learn about EdTech trends, gain some new skills, and make new connections.
With so much to take advantage of at the conference, we’ve compiled our own list of five tips to get the most out of FETC 2016:
Learning Forward is an association devoted to those who work in professional development (PD) in the education K-12 space. Each year they hold their annual conference to provide PD leaders with content, and valuable tools, to bring the most powerful forms of professional learning back to their home districts.
This year’s Learning Forward Conference, which was in Washington, D.C. December 5-9, provided TeacherMatch with the opportunity to connect with school district leaders from across North America – and talk about what good PD looks like.
Everything is bigger and better in Texas, and that also includes the Texas Association of School Personnel Administrators (TASPA) and the Texas Association for Employment in Education (TAEE) Winter Conference in Austin, TX from December 9 – 11.
With daily general sessions and 30 topic sessions, TASPA/TAEE Winter Conference 2015 will provide you with valuable information, ideas and networking opportunities critical for today’s school district human resources (HR) departments. However, don’t feel overwhelmed by all the opportunities for learning and professional collaboration! Here are five tips to get the most out of TASPA/TAEE Winter Conference:
At the American Association of School Personnel Administrators 77th Annual Conference in Baltimore, Nick Montgomery, Chief Research Officer at TeacherMatch, shared how to create quality professional growth plans for teachers in his clinic session, What is Good PD?
The American Association of School Personal Administrators (AASPA) 77th Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland provided four days of high-quality clinic sessions, ready-to-use solutions and researched based strategies to improve K-12 human resources processes, and opportunities to connect with school district personnel from across the U.S.
With activities happening round-the-clock, we’re providing our own recap of the top 5 things we saw and heard at AASPA 2015.