Setting goals for teachers is hard.
First, I think these goals are brilliant. In particular, I think these goals are some of the best that I have seen for PD:
1. What is possible to do with technology that could not be done without it
2. Understand that learner questions and questioning are at the heart of learning
3. Know what it “looks like’ when students are using technology in transformative ways
The ones that I struggle with are when you get into jargon like “voice and choice” or “21st Century Skills”. I struggle with putting goals in front of folks that do not communicate the specific outcomes you are looking because the terms get in the way. With that said, I think you mostly have described a session/initiative that I would very much like to attend. The only things I would add would be about how students become a community of learners or how they can capture their learning and reflect upon within a process of inquiry and through a portfolio.