Wow. It is hard to believe only a month has passed since our festive gathering for the annual meeting in Atlantic City. It certainly feels like a longer period of time given how much things have changed. First, let me start by saying I hope all of you are safe and well. Just as many of you are, I am spending the majority of my time at home communicating via email, meeting via zoom, making sure pieces are in place for our student teachers to graduate, and developing a Plan B for fall if needed. Please know that the ATE leadership is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are considering possible alternatives for our summer conference (i.e. possibly hybrid or online formats). More news to come on that front. Please do not let the uncertainty deter you from submitting a proposal. The link for submitting proposals is here:
ATE 2020 Summer Conference
Call for Proposals
Capitol Hilton Hotel
August 7-11th, 2020
ATE is joining forces with ISTE and a diverse group of organizations to provide resources for educators and a help desk with experts from across the country to provide real-time support to educators during #COVID19. That page is:
There is no greater time for us to be welcoming those under the big, red umbrella. If you’re not sure what this refers to, check out my powerpoint presentation from Atlantic City!!