The showcase is a day-long event (each team will be there for two hours) held in the Michigan State Capitol Building to allow lawmakers, business leaders and other citizens to see first-hand how technology is used in classrooms across Michigan.
K-12 student teams representing their schools from around the state will demonstrate best practices of how technology can enhance teaching and learning for the success of Michigan students.
Each team should consist of up to four students and one mentor. The teams will be in one of three sessions during the day. The sessions are an hour and a half in duration.
Each team will receive t-shirts for up to four students, a parking pass, and a showcase certificate. We will provide snacks at the showcase.
The event is sponsored by AT&T Foundation, the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL), and Michigan Virtual University.
If you have questions or comments, email the Showcase Coordinator.
LANSING, Mich., Nov. 17, 2016 – Two Michigan officials will receive the 2016 Excellence in Education award at the 16th annual AT&T/MACUL/MVU Student Technology Showcase atLieutenant Governor Brian Calley and State Rep. Sam Singh (D – East Lansing) will be recognized for their dedication to improving education and fostering the use of technology and innovation in schools across Michigan. Read More >>
11:00 a.m. -- Session II schools arrive and set up.
1:00 p.m. -- Session III schools arrive and set up.
You may park in the parking structure at 219 N. Grand Ave. (The corner of Ottawa and N. Grand.) You can download a Lansing Capitol Complex map (.pdf) with details. (The unloading area is shown with an arrow.)
Bus Parking is at the corner of Butler and Kalamazoo near the Michigan Historical Museum.