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Welcome to the San Joaquin County Office of Education Tech Summit 2019!


When:  Saturday, Sept. 14, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Where:  SJCOE/Wentworth Education Center, 2707 Transworld Drive, Stockton, CA 95206

What to Bring:  Your own device and your Sched itinerary.  

Registration is $135. Fee includes breakfast, lunch, and three sessions, including a takeaway workshop where educators will spend time using a new tech tool that they can bring back to the classroom!

Keynote speaker Travis Allen is a young motivational speaker and education enthusiast who is bringing an escape bus to Stockton.

This year, attendees will be able to take a cool tech tool back to the classroom when they attend one of the takeaway afternoon sessions.

STEP 1: Sign in to your Sched account or create a new one. If you do not have a Sched account, click on the Sign Up link below.
STEP 2: Once registered, scroll to the top and click on Schedule/Simple View.
STEP 3: Sign up for ONE session of your choice per timeslot using Sched.
STEP 4: Once you have chosen your timeslot sessions, please be sure to complete your registration by clicking HERE TO REGISTER!

Registration must be completed by individual attendee(s) and payment can be received by PayPal, credit card, or district journal. NO group registration options are available.The email address you register with will receive your registration and payment confirmations.

To view your Sched, click on your Profile and choose My Sched. You will be able to use your Sched event-day schedule to navigate through your day on September 14.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at (209) 468-4880 or email us at sjcoetechsummit@sjcoe.net
avatar for Delgel Pabalan

Delgel Pabalan

Tracy Unified School District
Curriculum Specialist
Tracy, CA
I graduated from University of California Davis majoring in biological sciences with an emphasis on microbiology and biotechnology in 2010. I teach all levels of biology but currently teach Advanced Freshman Biology and IB Biology. It was my experience as a tutor at Modesto Junior College and as an intern in Math and Science Teaching (MAST) Program that solidified my desire to become a teacher. I greatly credit Robert Noyce Scholarship for allowing me to pursue a career in teaching. I strongly believe in maintaining a relationship with the people and organization that have helped me become a teacher. My teaching philosophy includes the use of collaboration, inquiry, and modeling in her classroom. This lead me to partner with Milwaukee School of Engineering's Center of BioMolecular Modeling. I will be presenting two workshops at the Western Regional Noyce Conference about the use of models as an instructional tool in learning biological content.