Each year, the IDEAcon Conference Committee challenges ourselves to see how we can make our conference better than before.
We have changed venues, re-branded the organization, even installed a wireless network on top of the venue’s network.
Last year, similar to teachers worldwide, we had to create an online conference experience to continue honoring and celebrating the teaching and learning that was still going on during a tumultuous time.
For 2022, our challenge is clear: We want to welcome you back to the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center with open arms (at a social distance, of course).
There are numerous reasons to attend IDEAcon any year, but 2022 will prove to be a special one that you will not want to miss.
Here’s why …
- IDEAcon All Access
Like many educators, IDEA is applying the lessons learned from our remote learning conference to our traditional in-person experience.
For the first time, we’ll have an “All-Access Pass” that will provide attendees with 4 full days of conference sessions along with dozens more sessions available for on-demand viewing. One simple price for one comprehensive experience: $399 available through the end of November.
- Like No Other Conference
Our history is filled with plenty of tech-laden sessions, presenters, and keynote speakers.
However, IDEAcon has evolved to be more than just an edtech conference.
We are committed to focusing on the best in teaching and learning. This is why you will see sessions that bring you not only innovative edtech practices, but also critical topics such as equity, SEL, and project-based learning. We are committed to bringing you a conference that no other conference can compare to.
- Welcome Home
In 2020, IDEAcon was the last time many of us saw each other in person. We celebrated and learned with talented speakers such as Dwayne Reedand Gerry Brooks. The keynote and thought leader lineup is just as strong and talented.
Why not make IDEAcon the place to reunite with your colleagues and return to familiar grounds?
Come join us at IDEAcon 2022 - register today.
-By David Chan, Conference Coordinator