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Join AATE for the 2022-2023 school year for free attendance to quarterly meetings as well as a discount on your ISTE Membership!




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September 20, 2022


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Upcoming Events

    • 15 Feb 2023
    • 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 215 Chastain Park Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30342

    Hi Everyone,

    Please save the date for our next AATE meeting which will be held at the Galloway School on Wednesday, February 15th. Raj Jose, the Chief Technology Officer at Marist, will lead our keynote and discussion on ChatGPT. Raj led a workshop for GISA yesterday and it was incredible so I hope you will join us. Register today!

    I also want to remind everyone that Woodward Academy will be hosting our STLinATL conference on March 13 & 14. We have an amazing lineup of workshops which include Dylan Wiliam, Meena Srinivasan, Howard Stevenson, Jennifer Klein, Jackie Gerstein, Glenn Whitman, Suzie Boss, Marcos Navas, Aaron Titus, Joshua Cabral, Jake Miller, Laura Terrill, Brian Dinkins, and many more. I hope you will join us! Also, please consider applying to lead a concurrent session. 

    Finally, if you are planning to attend FETC next week and want to meet for dinner one night, please add your name to this Google Doc.

    Hope to see you soon,


    Connie White

    AATE President


The Atlanta Area Technology Educators (AATE) organization began more than thirty years ago with six members. Our current contacts include over 225 technology educators with an average of 100  members attending quarterly meetings.
The members consist of technology leaders, classroom teachers, and administrators from public and private schools, education and technology consultants, as well as a small number of vendors. Each year, AATE members meet quarterly to network and share ideas. 
Meetings typically occur on school days from 11am-2pm during the school year, usually in September, November, February and April. Each meeting is hosted by a different member school, a University, or a local technology related industry. 
AATE is an Affiliate Organization of ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education. By becoming an AATE member, you qualify for a discount on your annual ISTE membership dues.

AATE exists to support technology educators in networking, innovation and leadership.

Connie White, AATE President,

Woodward Academy

Stacy Brown, The Davis Academy

Nathan Edwards, The Cottage School

Mark LaBouchere, The Westminster School

Marsha Maxwell, Atlanta International School

Stacia McFadden, The Lovett School

Lisa Prodigo, The Howard School

Marian Rosenberg, St. Pius X Catholic High School


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