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About

Our mission is to lead the transformation of teaching and learning through technology.

NYSCATE (The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education), is a non-profit, professional organization representing more than 25,000 technology using educators and administrators in New York State. NYSCATE is an affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Consortium for School Networking (COSN), State Education Technology Directors Association (SEDTA) and collaborates with many partners, including the New York State Education Department, state and national educational organizations, private sector corporations, and publishers to further the use of technology in our schools. NYSCATE is involved in helping define statewide policy regarding the use of technologies in education. NYSCATE has drawn strength and support from its talented and diverse membership since 1965. With a current membership of over 25,000 members, all regions of the state are represented in our community teachers, administrators, school board members, parents, consultants and the business community.

Trainers

  • Amy Delcorvo, CEO/Executive Director, NYSCATE

  • Alana Winnick, Instructional Technology Specialist, Lower Hudson Regional Information Center

  • Doreen Pietrantoni, Instructional Technology Specialist, Monroe One BOCES

  • Parker Omerod, Instructional Technology Specialist, Monroe One BOCES

  • Justine Lombardi, Training Specialist, NERIC

  • Carolyn Strauch, Model Schools Coordinator, Questar III BOCES

  • Mary Beth Guthrie, Learning Opportunities Coordinator, NYSCATE

  • Rich Colosi, Instructional Technology Specialist, Monroe 2 BOCES

  • Andrea Tejador, Assistant Superintendent, Highland Falls-Montgomery CSD

Learn More & Register

To learn more about NYSCATE and to register for an upcoming ISTE Certification for Educators training, please click below:

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Refund and Substitution Policy

If a registrant is unable to attend any workshop, conference, summit, etc - NYSCATE must receive a written/emailed request at least 30 days before the event start date to receive a full refund. Registrants who fail to attend and do not cancel within 30 days of the event will be charged the entire registration fee regardless of the reason (weather, illness, etc). Substitutions will be considered for all events regardless of the request date.

Purchase Orders

A purchase order is a legally binding document between a supplier and a buyer. Once NYSCATE receives your purchase order, the products or services requested fall under the NYSCATE Refund and Substitution Policy.