The Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference offers teachers and administrators sessions on a variety of topics. Many of these sessions will provide resources and strategies for specific curriculum areas.
Here’s an overview of some of the content specific sessions you can register for at GRITC:
Technology Resources for Teaching Social Studies
Over the past few years Baldwin [...]
Registration is now open for the 3rd annual Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference (GRITC) on July 26 & 27 at Robertsdale Elementary School. This conference brings state and local presenters to Baldwin County teachers and administrators to provide professional development on a variety of technology integration topics.
Conference sessions include innovative technology integration ideas and content [...]
One of the most exciting projects that I have been working with this year has the potential to revolutionize how we deliver remediation and instruction in our classrooms. Two of our School Improvement Facilitators have working on creating math remediation and instruction videos for students who are having trouble understanding concepts that are tested on [...]
One of our GRTIC presenters, Tina McGough, currently serves as the Fairhope Middle School teacher of Multi-disabled students. Her past teaching experiences include Fairhope High and the former Fairhope Exceptional School. She has also taught at Bay Minette Elementary. Upon graduation from Auburn University, where she received a graduate fellowship, Tina taught for a [...]
It’s almost that time of year again. The Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference is right around the corner. Last year was a wonderful success and thanks to some returning presenters and a few new ones we are looking forward to great conference again this year. One of those new presenters this year is Katie Nettles.
At GRITC this summer [...]