Keynotes
Suan Yeo, Head of Google Enterprise Education efforts in Asia-Pacific
Ken Shelton, Lead Learner - Google Teacher Academy, Teacher 

Sessions
Ken Shelton, Lead Learner - Google Teacher Academy, Teacher
 Ken Shelton, Lead Learner - Google Teacher Academy, Teacher
 Ken Shelton, Lead Learner - Google Teacher Academy, Teacher

Becoming a Google Apps EDU Certified trainer
Dan Taylor, Director - CloudSource Solutions
Dan Taylor, Director - CloudSource Solutions

 Google and Apple: Using Google at Apple schools
Dan Taylor, Director - CloudSource Solutions

Googling with purpose (An advanced Google Search session) : 
Dan Larson-Knight, Head of Department for Learning Technology and Business - American School of Bangkok
Christopher Bell, Technology and Learning Coordinator/Coach - International School of Bangkok
Mr. Matthew Bolthouse, Learning Support Teacher - American School of Bangkok
Dave Curran, Head of Curriculum Technology: British International School, Phuket
Joseph Tanpoco, IT Manager: Chatsworth International School, Singapore
Sarah Woods, IT Head of Department, Pechersk International School, Ukraine
Sarah Woods, IT Head of Department, Pechersk International School, Ukraine

Running an After School Activities Program Using Google spreadsheets, forms,and scripts: The easy way: Sarah Woods, IT Head of Department, Pechersk International School, Ukraine


Rowland Baker, Director, TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership) California , USA
Rowland Baker, Director, TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership) California , USA
Joseph Tanpoco, IT Manager - Chatsworth International School, Singapore
Dr.Walaiporn Nakapan, Director, Center of Innovative Learning - Rangsit University
Daniel Bench, HS English Teacher/Tech Coach - Ruamrudee International School
Andrew Ross, Andrew Ross, Head of Physical Education - American School of Bangkok
David Elliott, Director of Technology, Concordia International School Hanoi
Dr Iskandar Rizal Hamzah
 Allan Taylor, HOD Computer & Technology - ASB, Massey University
Miguel Zambrano, Middle School Technology and Learning Coach - International School Bangkok
Alex Wright, High School Social Studies Teacher - The American School of Bangkok
 Torie Leinbach, Secondary Teacher - Ruamrudee International School

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Featured presenters:

Suan Yeo, Google
  
Suan heads up Google Enterprise Education efforts in Asia-Pacific, covering 48 countries in this multi-diverse region. He is responsible for promoting the adoption of Google technology at the institution level for schools and universities. Suan is passionate about Educational Technology, and is constantly advocating for collaborative learning, open access and innovative experimentation. He is a lifelong learner, and firmly believes that no child should be left behind in education.

A Google veteran of 10 years, Suan most recently managed the Enterprise SMB business in Asia-Pacific, growing annual revenues to $15M in 3 years. Prior to that, he managed various teams in the Ad Sales organizations, pioneering teams and offices in Europe and Asia. Starting in Mountain View (Google HQ) in 2002, he’s moved to Dublin, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore and now lives in Sydney with his wife and 2 kids.
Pornthip Kongchun, Google
  
Pornthip is the Marketing Manager for Google Thailand. She previously worked at the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Microsoft, before becoming the first employee of Google in Thailand. 





Sarah Woods
Sarah Woods is the Head of IT and a Secondary IT Integration Coach at Pechersk School International in Ukraine. She holds a Graduate Certification in K-12 Technology Integration and is well on her way to completing her MS Ed in the same. She is a Google Qualified Individual and has worked extensively with Google Apps for Education in her current school where they use Google for resource management, calendaring, collaboration, curation and much more! She has worked in international schools for 7 years.
Sarah has a unique presentation style as her sessions reflect her passion for student-directed learning. Expect to get your laptop out and try new things - her hero is Miss Frizzle, "Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!"

Rowland Baker
Rowland Baker has been an educator for over thirty years in both public and private schools. He served as a teacher for fourteen years, a principal in two different schools, a director of technology and an assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction in a county of about 45,000 students. He has also directed several statewide projects for the California Department of Education.
He has worked closely over the years with Institutes of Higher Education, the Association of California School Administrators, California School Leadership Academy, the California Technology Assistance Project and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE). 

Rowland serves on several state and national committees focused on technology and education. He was one of forty educators brought together from across the United States to help ISTE write the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators. Mr. Baker presented at the ICL Confernece in Austria, Octotber 2012, the Google Apps for Education Summit in Prague, Czech Republic. Rowland was also part of the EDusummIT in The Hague, Netherlands in 2009, and again in Paris France in 2011. He was invited to attend the UNESCO Congress on Open Educational Resources in Paris France in 2012. He was one of five educators invited to speak at the Dubai Global EdTech Forum. He is a sought after presenter that has presented at over a hundred conferences, both nationally and internationally.

He has received numerous award including, Teacher of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Distinguished Service Award from Phi Delta Kappa, and the Prestigious Montague Award for Outstanding Achievement from Association of California School Administrators, and ISTE's Making IT Happen Award.

Rowland is currently Executive Director of the Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL), funded through the California Department of Education.

Lee Webster
Lee currently holds a Diploma in Education and works as a part time edtech consultant in schools around Asia. He has worked as an educator for over 17 years and currently teaches English, History and ICT in an International School in Bangkok. Lee is a Google Certified Teacher and regularly gives training sessions on Google Apps in Education and 1:1 iPad Integration. Lee recently presented at Brisbane EduTech conference for Google in Education. Lee is an active user of Google+ and helps to run many of the Google Apps communities. Lee’s passions are learning about new tools that enhance learning and pushing the boundaries of education.