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 2016 4T Virtual Conference


2016 4T Virtual Conference

Teachers Teaching Teachers About Technology

May 21–23, 2016

Save the date for the 4T Virtual Conference , May 21-23, 2016.

The 4T Virtual Conference began in 2011 as a grassroots effort to connect educators from across the globe with opportunities to collaborate and learn from each other about issues around technology and education. Well over 900 K-16 educators from across the globe sign up each year to attend the conference!

The conference is FREE and OPEN to all educators. The sessions target K-12 practicing and preservice teachers. The conference is held virtually—no plane tickets, no hotel fees! Links to the virtual rooms are found on the conference schedule page .

Call for Presenters

The 4T Virtual Conference seeks motivated, imaginative, and forward-thinking educators to present. These K-12 teachers and administrators use technology to enhance communication and learning in their classrooms and schools.

The 4T conference is unique from other virtual conferences because all the lead presenters (all K-12 teachers) go through 15 hours of professional development training on how to instructionally design an interactive and engaging virtual classroom resulting in the highest quality webinars. There are no other virtual conferences that train their presenters like this. Application deadline is January 20, 2016.

Register Now

All K-16 educators and those involved with education and technology are welcome to attend. There is no charge to attend the conference, but you do need to register so that you can get conference updates and instructions via email.


For more information, contact the 4T Committee at

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