Join Nicholas Carr and other AASL conference-goers to discuss The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains.
Open to all conference attendees, general sessions invite today’s best minds to speak about matters relevant to educators.
Take advantage of great half- and full-day educational opportunities before the conference begins! These are hands-on workshops that offer group and one-on-one interaction. Preconferences are not included in general registration. Additional fees apply.
Check out our exciting line up! Sessions are listed by topic sub-categories.
AASL is not an accredited agency but will provide a proof of attendance sheet to participants on-site. The attendance sheet will allow participants to track their sessions and clock hours and will verify attendance. The participant is responsible for exchanging the contact hours for continuing education (CE) credit through their district.
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