Learning Together Conference 2017 has ended

Master Schedule - Scroll down to see the Breakout Sessions

8:00-8:15 Welcome from Dr. Lancaster in PAC
8:15-8:30 Mary Patin Introduction in PAC
8:30-9:30 Dr. Robert Dillon Keynote in PAC
9:40-10:40 Breakout Session #1
10:50-11:50 Breakout Session #2
11:50-1:25 Lunch on your own
1:30-2:30 Breakout Session #3
2:45-3:45 Breakout Session #4

8:30-9:30 Breakout Session #5
9:40-10:40 Breakout Session #6
10:50-11:50 Breakout Session #7
11:50-1:25 Lunch on your own
1:30-2:50 Campus Reflective Conversations with Principals
3:00-3:30 Mary Patin Closing Session in PAC 

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  • Information Center (Lost and Found) located in Room M101.
  • Mother’s room - for those that need privacy you can go to the Nurse Office located in the LTHS Annex.
  • Handouts and Presentations are uploaded inside of Sched this year. 
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Chris Woehl

Lake Travis ISD
Executive Director for Technology
Austin, Texas Area

Chris Woehl, Executive Director for Technology, leads the Lake Travis Independent School District’s Technology program. With over two decades of experience in the field, Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his role at Lake Travis ISD, where he has been a driving force since 2013. 

In his current capacity, Chris is at the forefront of exploring emergent technologies to enhance learning for all students. Working in close collaboration with curriculum and instruction leaders, he assesses the impact of new technologies on student achievement and staff development. His responsibilities include piloting and evaluating groundbreaking learning concepts and recommending and implementing new strategies and solutions. Under his guidance, the district has seen significant advancements in its 1:Learning initiative, the development of a state-of-the-art data center, the expansion of its virtual infrastructure, and the overall improvement of Information Systems.

Before joining Lake Travis ISD in 2013, Chris's journey in Eanes Independent School District began in roles that laid the groundwork for technological excellence. As a Support Specialist, Network and Infrastructure Coordinator, and later, Assistant Director of Technology, he was instrumental in implementing a robust technology infrastructure to support the district's 1:1 initiative while maintaining a high level of service and support to ensure reliable and equitable technology access for all students. 

Chris's leadership style is dynamic and visionary, and he is widely recognized for his strategic approach to technology in education. His experience spans more than 23 years, during which he has been pivotal in driving technological advancements and IT transformations in some of Texas's leading school districts. His strategic thinking, leadership, and community engagement have been crucial in educating the public on district needs, particularly in responsibly managing over $150 million in voter-approved technology bond projects and multimillion-dollar operating budgets. His unique blend of strategic, tactical, and operational leadership skills and exceptional interpersonal abilities set Chris apart as an effective communicator, known for his excellent writing and speaking skills, and his presentations significantly impact various stakeholders.