Welcome to the 2019 PAECT Student Technology Showcase
The Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) is proud to announce the 27th Annual PAECT Student Technology Showcase. The showcase, located in the East Rotunda of the Capitol Building in Harrisburg, is held annually to present legislators and the public with the opportunity to learn how teachers are integrating technology into K-12 classrooms across the Commonwealth.
Students and teachers from Kindergarten to grade twelve from all parts of the Commonwealth will converge on the Capitol for this exciting event. The participating students will demonstrate engaging projects that utilize mobile devices, video, graphic design and robotics, animation and more. Legislators attend the event to see first-hand the importance of technology in education today and to interact with students and advisors.
Participation in the Showcase is open to everyone. Students and teachers from all schools and the public are invited to attend the showcase and view the projects. They do not need to complete an application. Just attend and enjoy the fun!
The Showcase consists of informal tabletop presentations. Participants must supply their own equipment including extension cords and multiple outlets. A six foot table, school name banner and a power source will be provided.
The Showcase is streamed live and available to the viewing audience via http://ccitv.cciu.org. Your students will have an opportunity to be “on air” and describe their projects. The schedule of live stream events can be viewed here.
For more info, contact:
Sue Allen via email: email@example.com
The 2019 Student Showcase is hosted via YouTube:
The 2018 Student Showcase is hosted via YouTube:
The 2017 Student Showcase is hosted via YouTube:
The 2016 Student Showcase has been uploaded to Keystone on Demand. We experienced an audio issue for the first four minutes and 10 seconds, there is no audio during Stephanie's opening remarks - We apologize for this. Thank you.