Top 6 Education Conferences in New York

If you’re looking for the top education conferences in your state, you have come to the right place! 2017 is the year of conferences for educators, and with hundreds of EdTech conferences in the lineup, it can be tough to figure out which one is right for you and your team. GoEnnounce spends a lot of time traveling around the country to different conferences, and from that, we’ve compiled our list of top 10 education conferences by state to help you narrow it down!

Here is our list of the Top 6 Education Conferences in New York!

And if you can’t make these dates, but want to follow along at home, we’ve detailed each conference hashtag below!

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6. IABE Summer Conference

October 12-14, 2017 — New York, NY

Price: $365 per person

Held at the New York Institute of Technology, the IABE Summer Conference offers a wide variety of sessions in business and economics. Their theme this year is “expanding institutional engagement in global community”.

Keynote Speaker: TBA

You can register here.

Follow at #IABE.

5. Learning with Innovative Technology

October 12-14, 2017 — Saratoga Springs, NY

Price: Free

The 2nd Annual Learning with Innovative Technology Conference is a FREE conference on using technologies in education. Located at the Saratoga Springs High School, the conference will be packed with presentations from K-12 educators. These presentations include “How Artificial Intelligence Can Boost Math Success” and “Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum”.

Keynote Speaker: None

You can register here.

Follow at #Litconf2017.

4. Annual Fall Conference on Case Study Teaching in Science

September 15-16, 2017 — Buffalo, NY

Price: $650 per person

Locate at the Buffalo Mariott Niagara, the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science is holding their annual fall conference. Formatted for both high school and college educators, the conference will hold workshops that will combine team-based learning, using case studies across multiple classes.

Keynote Speaker: Noted Scholar Briana Pobinar

You can register here.

Follow at #NCCSTS.

3. 2017 POD Network Institute for New Faculty Developers

June 20-23, 2017 — Saratoga Springs, NY

Price: $850 per person

Located at Holiday Inn Saratoga Springs, the 2017 Pod Network Conference will The theme of the 2017 INFD is “Critically Reflective Educational Development”, and will host interactive sessions such as “The Basics: Educational Development Techniques, Competencies and Skills” and “Educational Technology: Integrating Technology, Learning, and Content Knowledge”.

Keynote Speakers: INFD Chair Chris Price

You can register here.

Follow at #Infd2017 and @PodNetwork.

2. 2017 International Conference on Education

July 30 – August 3, 2017 — New York, NY

Price: $550 per person

At the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, the 2017 International Conference on Education provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share proven and innovative methods in teaching at all levels of education. The conference will cover topics such as E-Learning, and Professional Development.

Keynote Speakers: Editor-In-Chief of the IBER David Borker, and Dr. Rachel Dunbar of Calhoun Community College

You can register here.

Follow at #2017ICENY.

1. ICELW Conference

June 14-16, 2017 — New York, NY

Price: $995 per person

The 10th annual International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace brings together researchers and practitioners from around the world to discuss online learning in the workplace. The program will explore a broad spectrum of topics relating to e-learning and the use of technology to improve education.

Keynote Speakers: Learning and Development Expert Donald H. Taylor, and Simulation and Game Expert Dr. Alicia Sanchez

You can register here.

Follow at #ICELW.

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