Jun 20, 2018
By
Rinat Levy-Cohen

Summer Professional Learning - Where to go?

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Summer is here! Are you looking to improve your educational technology skills? We’ve put together a list of conferences, workshops, and online courses worth attending this summer.

ISTE

June 24-27 in Chicago, Illinois.

Join hundreds of educators, researchers, and designers at this iconic EdTech conference.   

Games For Change (G4C)

June 28-30 in New York City

Join the G4C community to learn about the power of game-based learning.

Serious Play Conference

July 10-12 in Manassas, VA.

This conference includes informal sessions in which attendees share their experience creating or using games in the classroom (and in other fields) and offer tips on how to move game-based education programs ahead.

Google for Education

Learn how to integrate Google Apps into your classroom by attending these two day summits offered all around the country.

The EdTechTeacher Summer Institute

June 18-21 in San Francisco, CA.   

June 25-29 in Boston, MA.

This institute offers 18 workshops related to educational technology, including creative uses of iPads, design thinking, and makerspaces.

Research Experience for Teachers (RET)

July 9-August 17 in New York City.

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Facilitator: Tatyana Dvorkin
Participants will explore ways to apply technology to curriculum in meaningful ways in service of student-centered learning. Together, we will discuss our experiences with technology in the classroom and support each other in figuring out what learning challenges we can address by drawing on technological applications, websites, social media, games, and more. We will learn about new tools and apps and how they can be used across grades and subjects. Regardless of whether you are brand new to using technology in the classroom and want to learn, or whether you are an experienced pro who wants to grow their personal learning network and collaborate with educators at other schools, this is the home for your ed tech exploration! All skill levels are welcome.