Upcoming EdTech Conferences in Massachusetts

Being in education means constantly learning, whether you are a teacher, an entrepreneur, or college president. Conferences are a great way to keep in touch with the community and also become re-inspired. Massachusetts is filled with educators and leaders in the edtech space who come together to swap stories and talk about new tools that make their life easier. Take a look at all the upcoming education and edtech conferences coming up in the state and stay up-to-date on technology, pedagogy, and trends.


Massachusetts iPad EDU Summit

Hosted by EdTechTeam
Grafton, MA
October 3, 2015
Focuses on the integration of the iPad for teaching and learning.
For more information: http://ma.iossummits.com


New England Summit

Hosted by EdTechTeam
Burlington, MA
March 14 & 15, 2015
Focuses on using Google Apps and other Google tools for k-12 and higher education. The summit features Google certified teachers, Google education trainers, practicing administrators, and other solution providers.
For more information: https://ma.gafesummit.com/2015/


CUE Rock Star Camp

Hosted by MassCUE and EDCO Collaborative
Bedford, MA
August 4-6, 2015
Focuses on Microsoft, Google, Apple, STEAM, and innovative pedagogies.
For more information: http://2015masscue.cuerockstar.org


Edcamp Boston

Hosted by edcamp
Cambridge, MA
May 30, 2015
A free conference with sessions that feature talks on technology, best practices, and current issues.
For more information: http://edcampboston.org


Tech & Learning LIVE

Hosted by Tech & Learning
Newton, MA
May 1, 2015
Focuses on technology in k-12.
For more information: http://www.techlearning.com/live/overview/Newton/12


Building Learning Communities Education Conference 2015

Hosted by November Learning
Boston, MA
July 15-17, 2015
A globally attended conference with a wide variety of topics for everyone from k-12 and higher education.
For more information: http://novemberlearning.com/blc-education-conference-2015/


Michelle Harven

Michelle Harven

Michelle is a current graduate student at Emerson College and an intern at Boston's public radio station. She enjoys exploring the world of educational technology and writing about the ever-changing sector and its potential.