2021 Fall Conference
Unfortunately due to current COVID issues in schools, the ITEC Board has had to make the difficult decision to postpone the ITEC 2021 Fall Conference to next spring. We are tentatively scheduling for April 13 and 14, 2022 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. We will have more information coming out in the coming months.
This was not an easy decision but as a Board, we want to ensure that the ITEC Fall Conference was worthy of you as an attendee, but current conditions were not trending towards a situation where this was going to happen. We look forward to seeing you at the conference when we are able to conduct it in the spring.
If you have any questions or concerns, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and stay safe.
Quotes from Conference Attendees
“Once again, ITEC conference did it! There were “mic drop” after “mic drop” moments with the keynotes, featured speakers, Iowa featured speakers, and the sessions! ITEC truly is a mini-ISTE! It is a non-negotiable, must-attend conference for me every year!” – 2018 Fall Conference Attendee
“It is a non-negotiable for me to attend ITEC conference every year! I love and believe it in so much that when the day comes that I would be forced to use a personal day or leave without pay, I would use either personal day or leave without pay in a heartbeat! It is a no-brainer to attend this conference! It is a mini-ISTE and we are so fortunate to have this conference in the state of Iowa!” – 2017 Fall Conference Attendee
“Attending the ITEC conference really helped increase my confidence in just trying things and seeing how they go. I’ve grown up with different forms of technology, but it isn’t something that I experienced being used by students as I was going through college or even masters classes. The ideas discussed during ITEC have helped me to envision ways I can incorporate the technology provided for my students to enhance their learning and create in ways that are not possible using traditional methods. Even though I do things with my kids that sometimes end in failed products and I can appreciate the process we took to get there during instructions and task – For some reason, I am more hesitant to incorporate technology used by my students because of this worry of failing. Since the conference, I have just been jumping in and seeing how things go, and it is amazing how much the kids are able to do with just being given the opportunity.” – 2017 Fall Conference Attendee