This is a little past-due, but it’s still worth the share!
On April 11th, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend a day of the WEMTA conference in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. WEMTA is the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association, and each year this association holds a conference for education personnel (teachers, administrators, professors, librarians, etc.). This year, WEMTA was held for three days, and I attended the second day.
Let’s just be clear here–this was an awesome event. I attended with my Ed. Media Apps instructor and a few fellow classmates. I attended a few speakers, but what was really cool is that my group were speakers! I had so many people asking, as I was wearing my UWP shirt, “Oh, when did you graduate?” and having to tell them that I am, indeed, still a student. That shocked them. What probably shocked them more, however, was when they saw that I was both a first time attendee and a presenter. Talk about getting your foot in the door!
I’ve included some photos, some taken by me, others taken by my fellow classmates. It was such an educational and awesome opportunity. I am so glad I went, even if I did miss four classes. I learned so much, and even snagged some goodies at the Vendor Hall. Hopefully I’ll make it back there someday!