Where will the conference sessions be held?
All sessions are held virtually through a platform called Thinkific with Zoom integration. Each participant will be sent an email with the platform login information one week prior to the conference.
Will sessions be recorded and available for viewing even after the event?
Yes, all sessions will be recorded and available to registrants until Dec. 31st.
I missed the 2022 conference and was wondering if there was a way I could see the recorded sessions?
You can purchase access to these recorded videos on our website These purchases are non-refundable.
What is the difference between the Full Conference registration and the Parent Only registration?
Both registrations include all Keynote, Feature, Exhibitor, and Networking Sessions. The only difference is the Breakout Sessions. Under each Breakout Session description (click on each day below for 2021) there is a designation as an Educator Session, Parent Session, or Both.
The full conference includes all Breakout Sessions, the Parent only includes only Parent Breakout Sessions.
What do I need to attend?
You will need a device such as a laptop or tablet to participate in the conference and an Internet connection. Please make sure to check your email address you used to register for updates, reminder to check your Junk/Spam folder. It is recommended you download the Zoom app for the best experience.
Can I cancel my registration or send someone in my place?
Registration substitutions must be received in writing by email and will result in a $50 processing fee. No refunds will be offered.
Where do I go for technology help?
Please visit our Technology Help page.
Will there be a certificate of attendance with Continuing Education Hours?
We will be emailing participants a certificate of participation after the Live Event, if they attended for the 12 hours over the two-day event. We at the Center do not provide continuing education points but many school districts accept our events and certificates of participation toward recertification. It will depend on your country, state, and school district's policy.