Saturday, February 8, 2014

TCEA 2014 Presentations

As promised (but a couple days delayed), here are some resources from the two sessions I either presented or co-presented at TCEA 2014 earlier this week.

"Equipping Student Computer Techs" (Presentation)

Slides: Click here to download the PowerPoint file
LabSim: Click here to learn more about TestOut's LabSim
Note: During presentation I showed my actual LabSim account, student profile setup, and various reports. If you call TestOut, you can arrange a demo session if you are evaluating training tools for your campus/district. My rep's name is Aubry Barnett.

TCEA 2014 Presentation in Austin on Thursday, February 6

"Survival Tips for Technologists" (Panel Discussion)

YouTube Link: Click here to Watch/Hear Panel Discussion
Panel: Joel Adkins, Scott Laleman, and Eddie Mathews
Note: Thanks for Scott Laleman for recording our session via Google Hangout

Panel session begins at the 1:27 mark 

If you have any questions, please contact me via email, text, or phone:

Eddie Mathews
Cell: 830-459-6321

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

TCEA 2014 is going great!

In case you don't know much about TCEA, it stands for Texas Computer Education Association. The TCEA conference is held in Austin every February. This year is my fourth opportunity to attend. Besides being a participant, taking in lots of great sessions, I am teaching two sessions, giving back to others.

Below are some things that teachers, technologists, and administrators can experience at the TCEA conference:
  • learn about emerging technologies and how it is impacting K-12 education
  • attend classes to learn how others are using instructional technology in the classroom
  • network with other teachers, technologists, tech coordinators, and tech directors
  • visit with hundreds of vendors at the massive Exhibit Hall
If you ever get a chance to attend a TCEA conference in future, consider going!  To learn more about TCEA and some of the member benefits, visit their website: