Registration opens on October 1 and closes March 31. We cap our in-person cohorts at 10 participants and our virtual cohorts at six participants and fill seats on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will accept late registrations as space permits. (Note: We close registration on March 31 to allow us time to collaborate with registered schools to set and announce workshop dates by June 1.)
Lutheran school educators who are currently teaching in grades PreK-Higher Education. Space is limited! Maximum capacity for a workshop is 10 educators for in-person gatherings and six for virtual ones.
A series of seven, one-day workshops are held once a month beginning in September and ending in April (with the exception of December).
After working with the schedules of area Lutheran schools, the workshop dates will be announced in June 2024. Workshops are always held during the school week (typically on Thursdays).
- Exposure to the most compelling technology tools available for the 21st-century classroom.
- Training, guidance and support, including critical digital tools and resources, and online social-networking systems.
- Phone, email, text and video chat support.
- Life-long connections and support from the TEC21 peer-learning community.
This program is designed to benefit every classroom teacher in your school. A great candidate is an enthusiastic, collaborative learner who will enjoy sharing TEC21 resources and applications with other teachers.
We will welcome as many teachers as you wish to send.
Teachers come with a range of knowledge and computer skills as well as a variety of devices available to them in their classrooms. We warmly accept teachers who have a desire to grow and participate together in Kingdom work. The only equipment requirement is to bring a personal or school-issued device such as a laptop, Chromebook and/or tablet.
The cost of the workshops is $1250 for seven energetic, content-rich sessions. There is no annual membership fee. TEC21 Workshop Program participation, a benefit-rich investment, offers lifetime membership with ongoing support.
Title money, line-item budget, angel donors and fundraisers are some of the ways schools have paid for this program in the past. Many administrators have increased professional development monies in their budgets to include TEC21 as a component of their school’s technology plan. Additionally, some districts provide schools with scholarships to help subsidize the cost of the program.
Recognizing the time needed to receive tuition payments or outside funding, payment for the 2024/2025 workshop sessions is not due until September 15, 2024.