Webster City Schools Feb. 25th PD Day has ended

Welcome to the Webster City Schools Sched site. Here you will find all the information you need for the Feb. 25th professional development day.

Below you will see the schedule for the day and al lthe sessions that are being offered. Please look through schedule and find sessions that interest you. To add a session to your schedule, simply click the star in front of the session name. When the star turns black that session has been added to your schedule for the day. If you change your mind on a session in your schedule, click the black star. When the star turns white the session has been removed from your schedule. There is a limit to the number of people that can attend each session, please only star the sessions you plan on attedning.

For those not familiar with the High School, you can use the online map by clicking the link to the right. HS Building Map

Twitter hastag for the event #wcfeb25pd

avatar for Dr. Gordon K  Dahlby

Dr. Gordon K Dahlby

Ed Tech Leadership & Policy Consulting
United States
What matters most is not what the technology is, but what technology does in support of learning.

My passions are nurturing talent and talent development through critical conversations and relationships.


Scoop.IT http://www.scoop.it/u/edtechleaders

Connected Education: Connectededucators.org

CoSN: http://cosn.org

ISTE: http://iste.org

Educational Technology Leadership and Policy Consultant to advise districts and administrators in the areas of vision, planning, personnel/job descriptions, and K12 education.

This speaker is the 2010 Iowa Distinguished Service Awardee from ITEC and 2010 ISTE Making IT Happen Awardee from ISTE. Gordon has served Iowa as President and conference chair for ITEC (formerly ICUE). His second stint as conference chair merge the IA-ASCD conference and the ITEC conference into one join event stressing the curriculum benefits for using technology. Gordon was elected to the ISTE Board in 2008 after serving four years as president for the ISTE special interest group for technology coordinators, SIGTC. SIGTC collaborated on planning each NECC, now ISTE conference. As a member of ISTE since its incorporation, he has held multiple volunteer positions on the nation conference committees. he is a recent retiree after 37 year veteran of teaching in STEM in Iowa, including computer sciences, twenty as director of curriculum and technology. Gordon has been an active member in CoSN and the NSBA's ITTE since their first years of service. He has spoken frequently at ITEC, ISTE and CoSN. He currently is an independent consultant, speaker, and SchoolCIO contributor.