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Virtual Conference  |  Feb 1-24

Teachers: Grades PreK–5

Whether you are teaching in a face-to-face, hybrid, or remote classroom, it’s one big juggling act. Keeping young learners engaged, on-task, and involved in the learning process adds even more challenges. That’s why we’ve gathered an array of resources and practical information to help you build literacy, numeracy, and critical thinking skills while integrating student voice.

Here are just a few ways the 2021 TCEA Convention can support you:

Save your invaluable time. Knock out all of your required CPE hours at once. With over 500 events and experiences, there are over 40 live-event credit hours and over 350 self-paced credits available on-demand for 30 days after the live event! 

Improve student outcomes. Explore strategies and techniques that will really work in your classroom. Take the guess work out of the equation by learning from your peers what has been successful and what hasn’t.

Boost communication between parents. Learn how to collaborate and communicate to create change in student’s progress.

Develop grading methods that help you save time. Explore techniques to help you save time and discover how to incorporate them.  

Learning your way. No need to be overwhelmed. You can embrace a full learning experience with interactive sessions along with on-demand sessions that allow for anytime learning.

Make meaningful connections. It’s not a TCEA convention without unique, lasting relationships built. Develop your PLN with morning kickoffs, roundtable discussions, and experiences that will supercharge you.

Incorporate SEL into your classroom. Discover simple ways to to support your student’s social-emotional growth.

Access the latest in ed tech. You’ll be able to get the most up-to-date solutions from industry experts and vendors in our robust exhibit hall. 

“The many opportunities for teachers to use innovative methods of teaching in the classroom was simply amazing.”

-Barbara C.

BE INSPIRED BY THESE THOUGHT LEADERS

Leslie Fisher’s interest in technology began while studying music at the University of Southern California. She quickly realized the value of utilizing computers for music mixing and recording. She grabbed her 300 baud modem, jumped on the Internet (before anyone really called it the internet) and started looking for music resources. She soon realized she was spending more time discovering technology than playing music, so she changed her major and tried to figure out what geeky thing she could do for the rest of her life.

Check Out Leslie >> @lesliefisher | lesliefisher.com

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Always a crowd favorite, these two ladies love to have fun, and it shows in every professional presentation they give or book they write. For them it’s more than just a process, it’s a calling. Their trainings take the fear out of integrating technology across the curriculum, meeting the needs of the beginner to the most advanced user. As former classroom teachers assigned to integrate technology at the campus and district levels, Janet and Joan understand the specific needs of educators.

Check Out Janet and Joan >> @corderj | @joangore j2training.org

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Ari is an innovative educator that specializes in pedagogy-first technology integration to enhance teacher practice and student achievement. Her passion is inspiring others to share their stories and skills through technology. Throughout her work, Ari strives to ensure schools and districts implement technology equitably to provide all students access and opportunity. As an Education Strategist with CDWG, she currently serves the west coast by helping districts transform education and by assisting leaders in planning and implementing classroom technology to inspire active learning and collaboration.

Check Out Ari >> @EdTechAri | Edtechari.net

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Nyree Clark is a Curriculum Program Specialist in EdTechPreK-6 for the Colton Joint Unified School District. She is a founding member of #EquityInActionCA and appointed to the Instructional Coaches Advisory Board for Future Ready Schools Organization.

Check Out Nyree >> @MsNyreeClark | nyreeclark.com

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With content delivered in a wide variety of formats, the convention is specifically tailored to accommodate all learning styles and appeal to educators at all levels. And, every registration includes a complimentary one-year TCEA membership so you can continue your learning and networking all year long.

Be a part of this
can’t-miss event.

The 2021 TCEA Convention & Exposition makes it easy to contribute your vision and learn from others. We offer multiple registration options to help campus and district administrators, teachers, librarians, and educators of all kinds be a part of five content-filled days. Reserve your place among them.

“The many opportunities for teachers to use innovative methods of teaching in the classroom was simply amazing.”

-Barbara C.