Building community. Empowering educators.

February 22–23, 2018
IntegratED is a hands-on, two-day conference focused on technology integration strategies for educators.

Two days to explore, create and collaborate.


An edtech conference focused on the needs of educators.

Collaborative Environment

Collaborative Environment

IntegratED is a supportive community working together to improve education. Workshops are designed to be small, personalized environments where educators can teach and learn collaboratively.

Time to Learn

Time to Learn

Educators know that building real knowledge takes more than one class period, so IntegratED’s sessions are longer to allow for in-depth discussion and collaboration that produces more developed strategies.

Practical Strategies

Practical Strategies

Walk away with solutions, not just a to-do list. More than a list of tools, IntegratED focuses on developing the skills and strategies needed to effectively integrate those tools into teaching and learning.

Lasting Community

Lasting Community

IntegratED is a community that extends beyond the two days of our conference. The collaborative environment fosters relationships and networks that continue to support educators in their own institutions and classrooms.

Keynote Speakers

Kristin Ziemke & Smokey Daniels

Kristin Ziemke & Smokey Daniels

Kristin Ziemke and Smokey Daniels will be sharing their keynote responsibilities for IPDX18.

Kristin Ziemke is the author of Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom and co-author of Connecting Comprehension and Technology. A teacher and learning innovation specialist for the Big Shoulders Fund in Chicago, Kristin works with inner-city students to create classroom experiences that redefine school.

Harvey "Smokey" Daniels has been a public school teacher, a university professor, a classroom consultant, writer, and book editor. He is the author of 18 books (and associated videos) on literacy, language, literature, and school change. Smokey’s work is aimed at bringing life to educational standards – making classrooms places of curiosity, engagement, collaboration, knowledge-building, caring, and social justice.

Trudy Ludwig

Trudy Ludwig

Children's Advocate and Author

Trudy Ludwig is a nationally acclaimed speaker and an award-winning author who specializes in writing children's books that help kids cope with and thrive in their social world. She has received rave reviews from educators, experts, organizations, and parents at schools and conferences for her passion and compassion in addressing friendship, bullying, and cyberbullying issues.

An active member of the International Bullying Prevention Association, Trudy collaborates with leading US experts and organizations and has been featured in numerous media outlets. She has also served as content advisor for Sesame Street Workshops "Good Birds Club" TV episode and as an expert panel member on Sesame Street's video series on Bullying.

Join the IntegratED Community

The mission of IntegratED is to provide educators with a supportive community where they can collaborate to develop practical strategies for integrating technology into teaching and learning. Over the last sixteen years that community has grown and thrived, supporting educators online, at events, and in their own institutions and classrooms.

Reserve Your Spot Today

Join over 500 educators for two days of learning and empowerment. Tickets have sold out earlier every year—don’t get stuck on the waitlist!

Is this event welcoming to beginners?

From novices to experts, our workshops cater to a wide range of skill sets and abilities.

Can I register my team members as a group?

On the registration page you have the option to add up to fifty registrants at once.

Do I get a discount if I stay at the Sheraton?

There is a group rate at the Sheraton for IntegratED and AcceleratED attendees.

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel

8235 NE Airport Way
Portland, OR 97220

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Change Takes a Team

AcceleratED is a one-day, hands-on professional development conference that addresses the challenges faced by administrators when integrating technology into education. It offers the opportunity to learn about relevant technology, meet and collaborate with other administrators, and develop strategies for technology integration.

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