About

About the Conference

Join fellow local educators for the 5th installment (and so far annual) educational technology conference on October 27, 2018 at Beachwood High School.

With lots of sessions throughout the day, it will be worth your time!

All presenters are local educators themselves, and are more than willing to share what works in their classrooms, and more importantly, what doesn’t work so well. All have extensive backgrounds in teaching with technology, and integrating technology in the classroom for true, game-changing experiences. We’re excited to bring them all together in one place.

Registration is limited, so sign up soon. Individual registration is $18 (because it’s 2018!) and includes breakfast, lunch, and t-shirt, and access to all keynote and breakout sessions. Group registration and discounts are available if you sign up as a team. Registration will start in August, 2018.

What people say…

We asked past attendeesWhat makes NEOTIE so special that you give up a Saturday to attend?” They told us…

“Unique! You have fun, informative general sessions and great break outs.”

“The presenters are local educators. The topics that they are presenting on are very applicable in the classroom.”

“The opportunity to be exposed to SO MANY different elements revolving around technology in the classroom in one place, at the same time.”

“I like that it is a Saturday conference – no sub plans to make! The conference is well-run and organized. There are always interesting sessions to go to. I leave with new ideas to use in my classroom.”

“The connectivity with other like-minded educators. I love being surrounded by other teachers that aren’t afraid to try new things an perhaps find it easier to ask for forgiveness rather than permission”

“This was my first time attending NEOTIE, and it did not disappoint. I thought the day was well-paced, breakout sessions were excellent, and presenters were knowledgeable and informative. I learned new instructional tech strategies to bring back to the classroom as well as share with colleagues.”

“The sessions were outstanding! I also loved how there were plenty of opportunities for us to participate in hands-on learning activities. I left feeling motivated and equipped with new, practical ideas that I could bring back to my colleagues.”

“It’s hip, cool, timely, and relevant. And features the best in local talent.”

“It is awesome to network with fellow passionate educators from our region! It was my first time presenting, and although I was a little reluctant, I’m so glad my coworker encouraged me to do so. I loved sharing my ideas, but even more importantly, I loved learning from others. I implemented a brand new idea in my classroom on Monday after learning about it at the conference.”