Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE)
NCCE is celebrating their 40th conference. That means a few things:
1) They must put on a great conference since they have been doing it so long.
2) They must have a 70’s themed disco party during the convention.
Both seem to be true so if you use computers and live in the North by Northwest you should consider this event. Yong Zhao will be the keynote speaker addressing “Catching Up or Leading the Way: American Education in the Age of Globalization.”
The First Timers and New Members Meeting will be held from 7:45 am – 8:15 am on Thursday, March 3. This informative session will provide new attendees with information regarding the conference structure, facilities layout, and helpful hints.
Please note: There is also a NCCE Teacher-Librarian Summit going on right now: (3/2/2011). You can watch it live at USTREAM
- Entrance fee: $160-$315; View event website for details.
- Number of exhibitors: 130+
- Expected attendance: 1600+
- Professional development opportunity: Educational Service District 112 in Vancouver, WA will provide up to 26.5 clock hours for the 2011 NCCE. Minimum of 3 hr.