Why You Should Attend TCEA

Get Ready for TCEA

TCEA 2023 is the expo to meet and start collaborations with like-minded educators who are passionate about the possibilities of educational technology.

No matter if you’re a tech wizard or a self-professed technophobe, you’ll easily find the perfect sessions for you. There are over 700 keynote sessions with expert presenters covering a range of topics from PreK ed tech ideas to higher education instructional technology, so you’ll easily find the professional development you’re looking for.

3 sessions you won’t want to miss

We know that there are so many sessions to choose from. Don’t sweat it — we’ve got you. Here are the three sessions we’re most excited to attend!

Accessibility and Accommodation Tools that Reduce Learning Barriers
  • Lilly Jensby, Leah Heerema, Trudy Johnson, and Clara Alaniz
  • Wednesday, February 1, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM CST
  • Room 221D

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Using Ed Tech to Support Language Learning, Emerging Bilinguals, and Dual Language Students
  • Belen Sanchez
  • Monday, January 30, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM CST
  • Room 214D

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Creating Student Agency, Voice, and Choice in the 21st-Century Digital Elementary Classroom
  • Pamela Gatton
  • Tuesday, January 31, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM CST
  • Room 217C

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5 top tips for TCEA

  1. Don’t skip the Expo Hall.
    This is where all the best conversations are to be had — plus you’ll get your hands on tons of free swag!
  2. Get those walking shoes out
    With all the racing between the Expo Hall and your chosen sessions, you’ll want to wear your comfiest pair of sneakers. You’ll be getting those steps in for sure!
  3. Make a plan
    Start small, highlight your top three must-dos and start from there. A plan ensures you make the most out of the week, but also ensures you don’t miss that keynote by your fave ed tech speaker.
  4. Stay hydrated
    The weather will likely be fairly mild for San Antonio; however, it’s probably going to get toasty with so many excited people buzzing around, so be sure to bring plenty of water.
  5. Jump on social
    Follow your faves on social before the conference so you can be in the know and catch bonus giveaways.

What does TCEA stand for?

TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a nonprofit, member-based organization, with a board of directors made up of professional and experienced educators. They’re dedicated to advancing teaching and learning through the use of technology. TCEA has been playing a vital role in increasing tech funding and access for students for nearly 40 years.

Come and say hi to Kami!

TCEA is all about exploring the possibilities of EdTech — a passion we share at Kami.

We’re at TCEA to chat with you about what Kami can do for you, answer your questions, and share our exciting updates. 

Head to booth #462 to discover how Kami uses tech to foster a love of learning for all. We’ve got lots of goodies to give away!

If you haven’t already registered for TCEA, then what are you waiting for!? Visit convention.tcea.org, choose your badge, and build your own convention experience!

We’ll see you there!