TEC21 Workshops

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Established in 2009, TEC21 now supports Lutheran education in 13 LCMS districts: California-Nevada-Hawaii, Central Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Wisconsin, Northern Illinois, Oklahoma, Pacific Southwest, South Wisconsin and Southern Illinois.

In the 2016/2017 school year, TEC21 is impacting 144 schools, 373 teachers and thousands of students. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to provide your teachers an experience to grow professionally with other Lutheran school educators in a fun, safe environment to examine, question, evaluate and understand technology alongside a vibrant group of peer educators.

Click HERE for a direct link to TEC21’s website to learn more about the program and to register one or more of your teachers for the upcoming 2017/2018 school year.

IN THE NEWS! The TEC21 Workshop Program is proud to announce its big move to Seward, Nebraska! We’re excited to call Concordia University–Nebraska our new home and are looking forward to “Season 9” of the TEC21 Workshop Program as we continue to connect, encourage and equip Lutheran school teachers to inspire student learning in Technology Enriched Classrooms! Please connect with us on (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest) to see what’s new and to see how the TEC21 Workshop Program is positively impacting classrooms all over the United States! For more information about the TEC21 Workshop Program, check out their website at TEC21Connect.com or contact Brent Dieckhoff directly at Brent@TEC21Connect.com. Thank you again for your interest in engaging your teachers with this ministry!

Click here to download the new TEC21 flyer.

 

TEC21 Workshop Program Scholarships Now Available

LCEF will award need-based scholarships for the 2018/2019 TEC21 Workshop Program to Nebraska district schools experiencing financial hardship. LCEF strongly supports the work TEC21 is doing to support, encourage and equip Lutheran educators.

Workshop seats are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications are due by February 16. Follow the links below to apply for assistance and reserve a seat:
1) Complete this form
AND
2) Register your teacher.

A review committee will determine where to award financial assistance. The average scholarship amount, based on need, will be approximately $500. In exchange for this financial support, LCEF requests that congregations, schools, leadership and participants would support and promote LCEF in every way possible. Nebraska District LCEF Vice-President Nathan Meier will be in contact with you to coordinate those efforts and share resources. Applicants can expect to receive an “approval” or “denial” email from Candi Menze at the district office by April 30.

NOTE: We recognize that your commitment to having a teacher participate in the program might hinge on receiving a scholarship and, in some cases, receiving approval from your school board.

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