The Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention and Exposition is in its second day in Austin, with activities running until February 9. TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a global, nonprofit, member-based organization supporting the use of technology in education. Founded in 1980, TCEA has been playing a vital role in increasing technology funding and access for PreK-16 schools for 37 years.
In its 38th year, the TCEA Annual Convention & Exposition has been hailed as the must-attend event for supporting educational technology integration and best practices. With over 1,000 engaging and enriching presentations and workshops, you will discover the tools and solutions you need to innovate your learning space and transform the future for your students.
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.
Presentation sessions are 50 minutes or 90 minutes in length and may be led by experts in technology and/or pedagogy or a group of educators sharing tools and best practices as they have implemented them. Presenters will share proven strategies for successful curriculum integration from personal experience and research projects related to technology-based instruction.
Types of Presentations
Exhibitor Showcase Sessions
Use the hashtag #TCEA and visit https://convention.tcea.org/ to find more information and see the schedule for the rest of the week.
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