Thinking about sending a few teachers to a technology conference in 2010.  I have been to T + L in the past and think it is ok, but looking if there is anything different.  My school is currently pushing many of the Smart products, but are open to using any technology that would benefit our students.

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ISTE (old name NECC) 2011 is in Philadelphia, PA June 26-29 would be an excellent conference to attend that will have SMART products as well as other technologies featured.

Another good one would be FETC Jan 31-Feb 3, 2011 in Orlando, FL.

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I've been to the FETC (Florida Educational Technology Conference) on a few occasions. I have a good grasp of technology knowledge and I always come away with some new things to try out in the classroom. It does attract a good amount of companies and presenters and is held in Orlando's huge Convention Center.
You didn't mention where you're from. ICE - Illinois Computing Educators has an excellent conference at the end of February. Also, I couldn't attend ISTE this year, but found a wealth of resources online, including archived videos of many excellent presentations. This is the link to Istevision: http://www.istevision.org/. Here's another great link to the K12 Online Conference of 2010. It also has an outstanding collection of video presentations: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=440. These are great (and free) sources for Professional Development. Enjoy!

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