The Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA) has named David Lockett, grants proposal development and awards management specialist, to its Instructional Learning Network Steering Committee. He is among ten members who help Tennessee educators increase their knowledge of technology and use it to impact teaching and learning.
“I am thrilled to serve on the Instructional Learning Network Steering Committee,” says Lockett. “Embracing technology is key to making learning more engaging. When students are engaged they are interested, that’s where learning takes place.”
The Instructional Learning Network Steering Committee includes representatives from the elementary, middle, high school and higher education levels. Through meetings and other opportunities, Lockett and his fellow members will offer feedback, provide resources, facilitate conversations, and advocate for high-quality effective technology use in the learning environment.
The Tennessee Educational Technology Association is a non-profit organization comprised of professionals committed to promoting the use of educational technology in the classrooms throughout the state.