NCCE (Northwest Council for Computer Education) will host a national professional development trainer summit in Las Vegas, Nevada this weekend to unify the broad reach of skills and expertise among the premier group of trainers.
Annually, NCCE brings their coalition of trainers together to expand the knowledge of trainers through internal workshops, collaboration, and innovation to prepare trainers across the country. “NCCE has over 60 trainers nationwide. Last year we provided over 800 days of professional development training in the US and Virgin Islands,” stated Heidi Rogers, NCCE CEO/Executive Director.” “We are proud to be located in Coeur d’Alene and have such a national and international impact in education,” Rogers said.
NCCE trainers provide Microsoft Innovative Educator training, Microsoft in the Classroom, Games and Coding, Minecraft, Google Apps, and Apple training, as well as pairing trainers with school districts that request a customized training to a specific needs-based training. To learn more about customized trainings for your district, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many NCCE trainers will also be presenting at NCCE’s 46th annual education-technology conference in Portland, Oregon. The conference will be held in the Oregon Convention Center March 22-24 and is expecting over 200 school districts to be represented from Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The NCCE 2017 conference will feature a Makerspace Summit, Google Summit, MIE (Microsoft Innovative Educator) teacher trainings, keynote address, featured speakers, and several hundred sessions and workshops for educators, administrators and support staff to choose from. More conference information can be found at: http://www.ncce.org/conference
NCCE is a non-profit organization that serves K-12 educators across the country through professional development training and resources. NCCE leads in providing current professional learning opportunities to enable school districts to implement technology in the classroom.