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  1. Jamie Bellamy said:

    Being a new teacher, I have never been to a professional conference other than writing and reading in-services. I am interested in going to one. Any suggestions? Is there one over the other that you would perfer to attend?

  2. Danielle Abernethy said:

    Well, I’d do FETC if you’re into technology. And we are currently finalizing a really cool event for DEN Star members at FETC! Woo Hoo! (and we have dinner, but I’m not announcing it until confirmed tomorrow!) National – try out NECC since next year it’s in Atlanta. It won’t be that close for awhile!

    FAME will be a nice conference, but I’m disappointed that no one from Discovery will be there. 🙁

  3. Michele Futch said:

    I’m hoping to be able to attend FETC this year. I have never been. I would love to go and bring a couple of teachers with me!!1

  4. Tom Turner said:

    FETC all the way!! Can’t wait for it to get here this year! I’ll also be presenting at FAME as you’ve already pointed out.

  5. Debbie Bohanan said:

    I will be at FAME for the Jim Harbin Video Awards. My students took honorable mention for their video “No One’s Rooting for Polluting”. They even have a unitedstreaming video running in the background!

  6. Debbie Bohanan said:

    FETC is the best state conference to attend. It’s nice to know NECC is in Atlanta. Maybe my district will send me this year.

  7. Debbie Bohanan said:

    My reading coach loves the IRA (International Reading Conference). This year it is being held in Toronto, Canada.

  8. Christine Brink said:

    I’ll be at FAST (Florida Association of Science Teachers). This year it’s in Gainesville. Some really cool workshops are going to be at UF!

  9. Cheryl Woolwine said:

    FETC is a great conference. Although it is Florida’s Educational Technology Conference people from all over the country come, making it in many ways a national conference!

  10. Cheryl Woolwine said:

    FYI: ATIA – Assistive Technology Industry Association conference. for students and adults needing assitive technology in education and daily living.