10 Edtech Conferences You Must Attend in 2019

Technology doesn’t stand still, and neither should you. You’ve got to stay on top of the latest trends in edtech. That’s why you need these ten top edtech conferences.

  1. FETC

The Florida EdTech Conference is one of two state conferences to include in your professional development portfolio. Khan Academy Founder and CEO Sal Khan will give the opening keynote, and that’s just the beginning. You’ll learn new strategies, network with other professionals, and discover the latest tech gadgets.

January 27-30, 2019/Orlando, FL (Registration: $830)

  1. TCEA

The Texas Computer Education Association is the other state edtech conference to attend in 2019. This combined convention and exposition delivers some of the best presentations in edtech while exposing you to the latest edtech apps, software, and devices.

February 4-8, 2019/San Antonio, TX (Registration: $289)

  1. CUE

Educators who are looking for ways to integrate technology seamlessly into their instructional design come to the National CUE conference. The presentations explore solutions for the needs of a variety of students. Computer Using Educators (CUE) is the longest running edtech conference in the United States.

March 14-16, 2019/Palm Springs, CA (Registration: $299)

  1. CoSN

The Consortium for School Networking encourages school technology leaders to look far into the future. The 2019 conference theme is Envision 2030: Leadership for Learning. The conference isn’t just for tech people. You’ll get the most out of the conference if you bring a team from your district.

April 1-4, 2019/Portland, OR (Registration: TBD)

  1. ASU-GSV Summit

You’ll find some of the greatest minds and most powerful influencers at this conference. Inspirational keynote speakers set the tone for educators and entrepreneurs from all over the world in this three-day event that is not to be missed.

April 8-10, 2019/San Diego, CA (Registration: $900)

  1. ISTE

The 2019 conference theme is Bold Educators Activate Change. The International Society for Technology in Education knows how to make it happen, too, by bringing together top researchers, educators, and innovators to share best practices.

June 23-26, 2019/Philadelphia, PA (Registration: TBD)

  1. NTAC

The New Tech Network Conference brings together project leaders and trailblazers committed to the highest quality instruction. When transformative learning environments matter most, NTAC provides the professional development.

July 15-19, 2019/Orlando, FL (Registration: TBD)

  1. DT&L Conference

The Distance Teaching & Learning Conference features hands-on learning experiences for attendees interested in online education and learning. You’ll leave refreshed and revitalized after participating in sessions focused on teaching methods, policy shaping, course design, and the tech tools to make it all happen.

August 6-8, 2019/Madison, WI (Registration: TBD)


Educause is where higher ed and better technology come together to solve modern problems. IT techs and providers use this opportunity to learn, explore and connect during hundreds of informative sessions.

October 14-17, 2019/Chicago, IL (Registration: TBD)

  1. iNACOL

When the International Association for K-12 Online Learning hosts its annual symposium, you’re going to want to be there. Thought leaders from every area of education make this one of their top priorities when it comes to personalized learning through online platforms. Check the iNACOL website for 2019 symposium dates.

Get out your calendar and start planning your edtech professional development now.

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