Southeastern Defines Educational Technology at NAD Teachers Convention

By: BY ROBERT HENLEY
Date: 08/29/06
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The Southeastern Conference Office of Education was on the technological edge during the 2006 North American Division Teachers Convention. 

Southeastern was part of the  Southern Union’s Adventist Edge Exhibit . 

Each of the eight conferences that make up the Southern Union were assigned a specific component of the Adventist Edge to define. 

Southeastern was asked to define the technology component of the Adventist Edge Initiative. 

The booth showcased the Southeastern Edge Technology Initiative, the SciMath website (www.secscimath.org) and the Miami Union Academy Virtual School (www.muavs.org). 

More than 7,000 Adventist educators  attended the 2nd North American Division Teachers Convention, which is held every five years. 

 The Southern Union was the host union the 2006 Teachers Convention, which was held in Nashville, TN, August 6-9, 2006.

“As host the host Union for the 2006 NAD Teacher Convention, we wanted to showcase the Union’s commitment to delivering quality Adventist Education.” Stated Conrad Gill, superintendent of education for the Southern Union. 

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