Whether you are a novice or an expert, the 2023 TCEA Convention & Exposition will offer attendees their pick of hundreds of sessions focused on the intersection of education and technology. With the theme of “Passionate Educators. Limitless Possibilities,” the four-day event begins Monday, Jan. 30, and runs through Thursday, Feb. 2, in San Antonio.
The conference will feature something for everyone, from teachers and librarians to IT staff and school administrators. Each day begins with a morning “power hour” with featured speakers. These include Michael Hinojosa, former superintendent of Dallas Independent School District and now superintendent-in-residence at the Council of the Great City Schools, and Joe Dombrowski, an educator who’s spent years studying improv comedy.
In his session “How to Leverage Educational Technology as a Learning Strategy,” Hinojosa will share how forward-thinking school leaders use innovation to power learning, from career and technical education to personalized classrooms.
In Dombrowski’s Wednesday morning session, “Keep it REAL. Keep it FUN. Keep it UP!” he will share stories and strategies for maintaining a high level of engagement.
While the topics and sessions are numerous, we see four themes emerging for this convention.
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1. Sessions Offer Hands-On Technology Tips to Improve Learning
As schools continue to recover from the pandemic and focus on bouncing back from learning loss, many sessions offer hands-on tips on how teachers can use technology to help:
Other teacher-focused sessions will showcase:
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