Cooperating School Districts recently announced its first METC Midwest Spotlight Educators. Included among the nine individual selected was Ladue Horton Watkins High School Broadcast Technology Instructor Don Goble. These leaders in educational technology will be honored at the 2013 Midwest Education Technology Conference (METC).
The honored educators are using educational technology to make a real difference in teaching and learning for their students and fellow teachers. Their impact is reflected in increased knowledge, new skills and increased academic achievement using technology across various subject areas.
This year’s METC Midwest Spotlight Educators are:
- Bill Bass, Parkway School District
- William Chamberlain, McDonald County R-1
- Linda Dougherty, Northwest R-1
- Don Goble, Ladue School District
- Ben Grey, Oak Lawn-Howntown District 123
- Greg Lawrence, Wentzville School District
- Sean Nash, St. Joseph School District
- Josh Stumpenhorst, Naperville School District 203
- Krissy Venosdale, Hillsboro R-3 School District
Each of this year’s Spotlight Educators will be a featured presenter at the 2013 Midwest Education Technology Conference.
The METC is a large instructional technology conference for K-12 educators. Presenters and attendees from Missouri, Illinois and beyond attend each year to interact with experts in the field, learn from neighboring schools and share best practices. To learn more about the METC, visit www.csd.org and choose the METC link.