Future of Education Technology Conference Reveals Powerful Sessions for 2023

Future of Education Technology Conference Reveals Powerful Sessions for 2023

The full agenda features a variety of sessions and workshops in five learning tracks carefully curated to address the most urgent needs of every role within school districts.


PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – August 30, 2022 – The Future of Education Technology® Conference (FETC®), an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new technologies, best practices and pressing issues, announced today hundreds of workshops and sessions for the 2023 event. Taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, the conference will feature a variety of learning opportunities. Attendees will discover best practices for leveraging educational technology resources from a diverse lineup of real-world practitioners who are revolutionizing their roles in schools across the country and top experts who are leading the charge in education technology outside of districts and school buildings.

FETC will feature sessions and workshops in 5 distinct tracks: Future of Ed Tech Administrator, Future of Ed Tech Coach, Future of Ed Tech EducatorFuture of Ed Tech Information Technology, and Future of Ed Tech Library Media Specialist. Attendees can participate in hundreds of sessions and workshops including:

Leadership Lessons on Making Learning Stick: Blending Creative Thinking & Ed Tech: In this session, part of the Future of Ed Tech Administrator Track, an ed tech leader and a tech-reluctant instructional coach will come together to show educators how to better integrate technology into education programs to more actively engage today’s students and make learning more meaningful.

Emotional Quotient + Technology: The Secret Behind Success: Participants in this Future of Ed Tech Coach track session will discover how virtual and augmented reality gives students a chance to practice and improve social emotional learning skills, such as empathy and collaboration. Attendees will also learn about integrated classroom technologies such as collaboration platforms, personalized learning and 1:1 devices that have made it easier for teachers to create teachable moments around key SEL competencies.

20 Tips to Transform Assessment and Take Action: In this Future of Ed Tech Educator track session, attendees will examine how digital tools provide a special benefit for students as educators increase student opportunities and options to share learning, and will also explore strategies for collecting and analyzing data to assist educators in taking action through instructional pivots and interventions.


The Secret to Building a Powerful Technology Team: This session, part of the Future of Ed Tech Information Technology track, will address the critical component to building a powerful, dedicated and committed Technology organization that goes over and beyond what is expected.


Developing Digital Detectives: Information Literacy in the Age of Algorithms: Attendees in this Future of Ed Tech Library Media Specialist track session will explore ways to teach learners about how algorithms work, while discovering strategies for disrupting control over the information that shapes our opinions, identities and relationships — both on and offline.

“FETC 2023 will host the most diverse group of leading experts from around the country, energized with new skills and knowledge learned from the experiences of the last few years, to provide the highest quality program we have ever produced filled with all-inclusive concurrent sessions and deep dives in hands-on workshops,” said Jennifer Womble, Conference Chair for the Future of Education Technology Conference. “We have placed top billing on content focused on technology integration practices, leadership strategies and well-designed pedagogy with offerings as sophisticated as media training for district administrators and cybersecurity training for elementary, teachers to implementing wellness techniques for students. Technology is rising to the challenges of our current education system to provide just-in-time solutions to improve literacy, supplying cutting edge tutoring tools for recovering learning, creating new platforms to address staffing issues and equity, as well as providing opportunities for global interaction whether it is through esports or video sharing. This is reflected in every aspect of our agenda and attendees will be blown away by the content choices and showcase of emerging technologies they will witness next January! Having highly trained district administrators and faculty members is more essential than ever as technology continues to transform the future! FETC is leading the way by providing the industry’s highest quality professional training.”

FETC will also feature best-selling author and one of the world’s leading technology futurists, Daniel Burrus, as the opening keynoter. Additionally, the event will include an expansive Expo Hall loaded with sessions in themed Theaters where attendees will get to hear from ed tech experts and those who are shaping the technology products and services that are the future of education.

Registration for the 2023 Future of Education Technology Conference is now open. Professionals can receive Super Savings of $150.00 off the on-site rate when they register by November 10, 2022. For more information, visit



About the Future of Education Technology® Conference (FETC®)

The Future of Education Technology® Conference (FETC®) annually attracts thousands of education and technology leaders for an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new technologies, best practices and pressing issues. With basic to advanced sessions tailored to the needs of each role in the digital transformation, FETC is known as one of the nation’s premier K-12 education technology events. FETC provides school and district administrators, classroom teachers, IT professionals, special education directors, curriculum and media specialists, coaches and other educators with roles or interest in ed tech, the opportunity to explore the most effective integration of technology across the curriculum. FETC offers a balanced blend of administrative, instructional and technical content through targeted sessions, intensive workshops, hands-on demonstrations of the newest products, and more. Visit for more details.

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