We look forward to hosting the 9th Annual STEM Education Conference on Wednesday, June 15, and Thursday, June 16, at Cleveland State University. The 1 1/2 day conference is free, breakfasts, lunch, and parking are provided, as well a Certificate of Completion for 7.5 C.E.U. hours. We are excited to offer the opportunity to have you engage in during the day-and-a-half conference five (5) hands-on interactive STEM-related lessons and ideas for each of the 5-8 and 9-12 grade band levels. Register and learn more here.
The Educational Service Center of Medina County is excited to present their 4th Annual Ohio Educators’ Symposium. This professional development opportunity will bring in top presenters from all over the state of Ohio to present dozens of breakout sessions, as well as keynote speakers. The four days (June 6, 7, 8, & 9) of in-service will be available for both credit or non-credit. One or two graduate credit hours will be available from The University of Akron or Ashland University. Additional online credits will be available to participants of the Symposium at a reduced rate. This four-day event is open to all professional educators in Ohio!
Registration is now open! Please see the attached flyer for more information and the registration form.
Join us for this free conference on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, exploring open educational resources (OERs). Speakers include representatives from Creative Commons, Ohio Department of Education, Ohio School Boards Association, EDCITE, INFOhio, Cengage, Lucas County Public Library, and more.
The SPARCC Education Conference is a free conference for teachers, administrators, technology staff, and anyone interested in using educational technology to support teaching and learning. Free registration and lunch is made possible by the generous conference sponsors. SPARCC is now accepting proposals for presentations. The deadline for submission is May 20th, 2016.
The April 22nd deadline to submit presentation & IDEA Talk proposals is fast approaching! The conference date is Tuesday, November 15, 2016, and topics include: