At GovEvents, there are a host of ways professionals can continue their education in their career path of choice. But how do those that teach get their continuing education? Even educators and those in the education community need continuing education (how meta is that?). We've pulled together some of the key events for the education community in the coming months.[Tweet "Key events for the education community #GovEventsBlog"]
- Educause (October 25-28, Anaheim, CA) - This event convenes IT professionals and technology providers across the diverse higher education landscape. The conference creates networking opportunities for colleagues to share ideas regarding strategies, leading change, effective processes, what's working, and sometimes--more importantly--what isn't. Educase is designed to help IT professionals in higher education take their organizations to the next level of online connections and collaboration.[Tweet "Educase is designed to help IT professionals in higher education #GovEventsBlog"]
- ASCD Conference on Educational Leadership (November 4-6, National Harbor, MD) - With a theme of "Connect. Develop. Empower." this event brings together superintendents, principals, and teachers to discuss and plan ways to improve student achievement. The event includes a number of featured speakers as well as hands on workshops and training in the latest techniques and philosophies of teaching.
- Government Learning Technology Symposium (December 7-8, Washington, DC) - With tight budgets for training and travel, many agencies have turned to distance learning for training and professional development. This event is designed for distance learning professionals in government agencies to get the details on the most up-to-date technologies and techniques available for use.
- Equity and Excellence: Access In Higher Education (July 17-22, 2017; Orlando, FL) -- Organized by the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) this event provides professional development for those involved in promoting equitable postsecondary experiences for students with disabilities and fostering the development of inclusive higher education environments. The event provides ample networking and collaboration opportunities for educators, administrators, association/ non-profits, and private entities.[Tweet "Many ways for educators to go back to school throughout the year. #GovEventsBlog"]
As you can see, there are many ways for educators to go back to school throughout the year. For more education-related events, check out all of the listings on GovEvents.