#TheEdCollabGathering Tech Team Application

Tech Team Expectations

  • Tech Team volunteer time commitment: About 4-10 hours, spread across about 1-2 months. Most time is on the day-of.
    • About 2-3 hours on the Gathering day (hosting about two, 45-minute sessions and logging in with presenters beforehand).
    • About 1-2 hours of pre-Gathering practice sessions with your presenters.
    • About 30 mins-2 hours of technology set-up and learning. Our co-leaders host online, hands-on sessions for new Tech Team members and other documentation. We’ve successfully train many Tech Team members to host successful sessions.
  • What to expect:
    • A dedicated team that really supports one another. If you have questions or need help with practice sessions, you’ll find everyone amazingly giving of their time and talents.
  • Successful Tech Team members:
    • Don’t need to be familiar with our specific technology, though familiarity or openness to learning new tech tools is a plus.
    • Can multi-task.
    • Are problem solvers.
    • Have great communication skills and feel comfortable working with others.

 

TECH TEAM APPLICATION

⇓ TECH TEAM APPLICATION WILL BE LIVE BELOW DURING THE OPEN PERIOD ⇓

Tech Team Application Spring 2020 #TheEdCollabGathering

Want to join our volunteer Tech Team (and gain some valuable experience along the way)?

Application form is open now through December 6, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST.

Step 1 of 4 - Your Information

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  • Please use an email that you check often. Be sure you can receive emails from "Contact@TheEducatorCollaborative.com".
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  • Do you affiliate yourself with group(s) historically underrepresented in Literacy professional development? If you would like to self-identify please do so here.

    While affiliation does not guarantee acceptance, our aim is to support the exceptional work of educators often undervalued in professional spaces.