April 3-4, 2017, Colegio Atid México City

Meeting Today’s PreK-12 Educational Technology Challenges

Atid´s first annual gathering of teachers, administrators, students and families who share an interest in an effective and efficient use of technology in education. Our goal is to share, expand and evolve in a global collaboration across tech and bilingual schools.

Colegio Atid, an Apple Distinguished Program, will host cutting edge EdTech speakers and world renowned vendors. The conferences will include presentations, workshops, student contests, and sessions that provide interaction and engagement.

We will have a special track for students who are able to explain their classroom learning process and demonstrate their results in a new learning environment using technology.

Colegio Atid
Av. Carlos Echanove #224.
Col. Vista Hermosa Cuajimalpa
Distrito Federal.
México City 05100
01 (55) 5814 0800

Program Guide


Competition (Room 2)

Pitch your EdTech learning process & results to judges from Apple, Google and Microsoft to get feedback from experts.

Topic: How do you use technology to learn. In a constant search for outstanding technology based school projects we always turn to our students and educators. These are the projects we are proud of.

Who can apply to EdTech Pitch Fest?

Students, Teachers and Families

Existing categories:

- Grades 4-6
- Grades 7-9
- Grades 10-12
- Teachers
- Families

Terms and rules for the pitch:

-Each student, teacher or family willing to participate should send in their proposal by March 13th, 2017.

-All accepted proposals will have five minutes to pitch their project’s results.

-After the pitch there will be a 3 minute period for feedback and Q&A with the judges.

-Judges and voting audience will determine the best pitch. (Voting weights: 60% judges/40% audience.)

How will the Pitch Fest participants be selected?

All submissions will be review by a panel of representatives from Atid, Peterson, AS, Apple, Google, Microsoft and other education and ed tech organizations.

Posters (Ballroom)

Explore a variety of student projects and engage with presenters one on one or in small groups.

Posters are one of the best ways for students to portray how important the use of technology is during the learning process. Our topic ´I am a digital age learner´ poster shows how technology plays a significant role in education and the challenges schools have to overcome to provide better scenarios for today´s students in their quest for excellence.


  • 9 January 2017: Open for submissions
  • 1 February 2017: Registration begins
  • 28 March 2017: Deadline for all submissions
  • 31 March 2017: Decisions announced
  • 31 March 2017: Registration ends
  • 3-4 April 2017: Event



  • kids grades 4th-6th
  • Teens grades 7th-10th
  • Seniors grades 11th-12th
  • Families - open to all grades
  • Teacher projects - open to all grades

Contest Project presentations:

  • Teens grades 7th-10th
  • Seniors grades 11th-12th




Teacher or Tutor e-mail:


Brief explanation


Ing. Armando Novoa
Ciudadanía y Civismo Digital
Kostas Pexos
Using online resources to enhance learning in and beyond the classroom!
Irina González
Enseñanza y Aprendizaje en el Siglo XXI
Hannah Wotton
La tecnología en el aprendizaje de hoy
Cristian Hernández
Building Learning Environment for Your Digital Child
Lic. Sabino Garcia Gomez
Office 365 Educación, productividad dentro y fuera del aula


April 3
1) 9:00 - 10:00
- Digital Sotry Telling
- Everyone Can Code
- Manejo del salón de clases
2) 11:00 - 12:00
- Mathletics: una Poderosa Herramienta para la Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Matemáticas
- Culture, Content & Communication: The Way for Global Learners
- Everyone Can Code

April 4
1) 9:00 - 10:00
- Certificate como "Google Educator"
- Mathletics: una Poderosa Herramienta para la Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Matemáticas
- Aprendizaje de código y programación con el uso de gadgets
2) 11:00 - 12:00
- Tus ideas toman forma en OneNote
- Programando con Swift Playground
- Contando historias con contenido interactivo