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February 27 - March 1

Professional Development for Teachers
GeoTech allows teachers to explore the most cutting edge technologies available in education today. Industry and classroom leaders will offer hands on workshops on using the latest tools in education to enhance curriculum and stimulate the imagination. Join us as we explore these exciting new developments in instructional technology.

Facing Ancient Problems with Modern Solutions
Bishop Dunne’s 26th Annual GeoTech Conference will feature Dr. Patrick Meier, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer. Dr. Meier uses Social Computing, Big Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in order to create Next Generation Humanitarian Technologies—empowering individuals to become independent, resilient, and self-sufficient.

Check out Patrick's recent work with Typhoon Haiyan - CBCNews: WORLD
An Evening with Dr. Patrick Meier

February 28 at 6:30 p.m.

Bishop Dunne Catholic School
Meet Dr. Meier and hear his presentation on Next Generation Humanitarian Technologies on Friday evening, February 28, at 6:30 p.m. in the new Monsignor Milam Joseph Auditorium at Bishop Dunne Catholic School.

Tickets are $20 per person.

Seating is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets today!

Giant Traveling Map
National Geographic Live
Students take off their shoes and step right into a country like South America. While there, they learn about local plants and animals, land formations, and cities. This hands-on experience puts students on their feet while learning about various geographic topics.

Dr. Richard Fenker
As an Emeritus Professor of Psychology, author, photographer, and inventor, Dr. Fenker specializes in complex forecasting systems. He has written several books in many disciplines, but is best known as a teacher in sport psychology, fine art photography, retail forecasting, and human consciousness.

Maker Space in Schools
Join the Maker Space Movement. Learn how to give students the opportunity to develop confidence, creativity, and an interest in science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts through making.