Educational Technology Conference: Personalized Learning, Technology-Enhanced Instruction and Practices to Meet the Needs of All NYS Students

Register to Attend

New York State educational colleagues can register for the upcoming conference on Personalized Learning: Technology-Enhanced Instruction and Practices to Meet the Needs of All NYS Students, which will be held on May 24, 2018 at the Albany Capital Center.

Sponsored by NYSCATE, with participation from NYSED, this one-day conference will focus on exploring the ways that schools and districts can use technology to facilitate personalized learning to meet the needs of all New York State Students. Educators in all roles are invited to join the conversation and share expertise as we work together to scale successful programs and practices and ensure all students receive a quality education that prepares them for school, work, and life in the 21st Century.

The conference is free for educators, and CTLE credit is available. Information and a link to register can be found on the  NYSCATE and NYSED Office of Educational Design and Technology's websites.

Presentation Submissions

NYSCATE/NYSED are also actively seeking proposals for conference presentations. Presentation proposals can be submitted online through March 25, and are welcome from public schools/districts; BOCES/RICs; religious, independent, and charter schools; and non-profit organizations serving P-12 education. We look forward to seeing you in May!