Don’t miss out! Early Bird Registration ends on July 31st for the 2018 NICE K12 Cybersecurity Education Conference, taking place December 3-4, 2018 at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, will be jam-packed with speakers, panels, break-out sessions, and hands-on drop-in activities covering five tracks.
This year’s WeTeach_CS Summit will be our biggest event yet, with over 90 (!!!) breakout sessions, general sessions, exhibitor fair, student playground, awards and more! To keep up with everything going, check out the full online schedule. Attendees can plan their WeTeach_CS Summit experience by browsing sessions, reading descriptions, syncing to calendars, and sharing via social media.
Whether it’s two days, three days, or five days, you don’t want to miss out on the CS PD experience of the summer! We’ve expanded our WeTeach_CS Summit and Deep Dives with so many new sessions, strands, and activities that we’ve had to move to a bigger location to hold all of the CS professional development for prospective, new, and experienced K-12 CS teachers. So, if you’ve been thinking about attending, now’s the time to act. Registration for the WeTeach_CS Summit closes on Monday, June 11 and Deep Dives registration will close on Tuesday, June 12. Don’t miss out!
WeTeach_CS Deep Dives is a special 1.5-day event which picks up right where the 2018 WeTeach_CS Summit (June 18-20) leaves off. So, if the three days of the WeTeach_CS Summit just doesn’t sound like enough CS professional development goodness for your tastes, then consider sticking around and taking part in WeTeach_CS Deep Dives! But you don’t have to attend the WeTeach_CS Summit in order to attend a Deep Dives course. Maybe you only have time to take a quick dip into one of the featured subjects. No problem–that’s what Deep Dives are for. Register today!
For the third year running, we’re thrilled to have Oracle Academy as a WeTeach_CS Summit event sponsor and this year they’re even doing a special session to share how they can help K-12 teachers engage and excite their students about CS and STEM.