The NCCE Community is comprised of outstanding educators from across the United States. This sites takes the excitement and enthusiasm that builds every year at our annual conference and continues the community of shared learning throughout the year.
NCCE provides programs and initiatives that will empower teachers to help students learn and achieve mastery of necessary skills. Opportunities to access information that impacts members and supports the core mission and goals of NCCE will be provided to all NCCE members.
Schools across the United States require robust and reliable broadband connectivity. However, most schools do not have the network capacity to meet the demands of today’s digital environment.
Bring your own device/technology
Home access of high-speed internet
State and Federal Standards:
Our students are at the center of everything we do. Standards at the foundation of student preparation, professional learning and technology integration include International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards in conjunction with federal and state content standards.
21st Century Learning/Consumers to producers
Software and online tools
Local and global connections
Personalized learning (blended/PBL/online)
STEM/Computational thinking/Maker space
Library media and Information Literacy
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
American Library Association (ALA)
Director of Professional Development
Conference Program Director
Marketing & Communications Director
Director of E-Rate & Special Services
“Oh, you are going to E2? It is a life-changing experience!” From the day I learned I was going to Paris for Microsoft’s Educator Exchange conference, I heard that phrase in many ways, from many former attendees. I would smile and nod and think, “How can a conference be life-changing?” I mean, I’m getting to […]
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