Conferences for Educators

The current COVID-19 pandemic has scrambled conference schedules large and small. Expect most conferences to be canceled or moved to the Internet (virtual) for the foreseeable future. 

Regional conferences are usually less expensive and easier to attend. Look for regional conferences in your area of interest.

Attending one of these conferences will open up new ideas and strategies that you can take back to your school or classroom.

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Computer Using Educators

The CUE conference is held in the fall in Northern California and at a southern site in California or the southwest in the spring. The large number of workshops, seminars, presentations, and exhibit area attract thousands of teachers and computer specialists.  learn more

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EDUCAUSE

EDUCAUSE (formerly EDUCOM) also sponsors a humongous conference of which only a small portion would be useful to K-12 educators. Computer specialists might prefer this opportunity.  learn more

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Oregon Science Teachers Association

In addition to national conferences, there are local conferences, large and small, thru out the U.S. and the world. For example, the Oregon Science Teachers Association sponsors a fall conference every year.  learn more

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The Science Teachers of Missouri

Another example of a regional conference is the annual conference Science Teachers of Missouri. While these conferences may be smaller, they actually facilitate more interaction between participants and can be a great source for support and keeping up with the latest thinking on education.  learn more