New Tech Annual Conference
July 18 - 21, 2023 • Dallas, Texas
Join Us for the 2023 New Tech Annual Conference!
Experience powerful learning designed to strengthen your practices in meaningful instruction, purposeful assessment, supportive culture, and college and career ready outcomes. Engage with fellow educators committed to deeper learning and be inspired for the next school year.
Hotel and Travel Information
NTAC 2023 will take place at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.
400 North Olive Street, Dallas, TX 75201
The room rate is $213.00 per night and reservations can be booked by clicking here or calling Marriott Reservations at 1-888-627-8191 or 214-922-8000.
We recommend an arrival date of July 17th to ensure a smooth registration process. The registration desk will open on the afternoon of July 17th and programming will begin the morning of July 18th.
NTAC 2023 Network Offerings Include:
Summer Gathering is a four-day experience designed to engage educators in shared learning experiences that will deepen their strategies and improve skills around meaningful instruction, purposeful assessment, supportive culture, and college and career ready outcomes. Participate as a school team or join as an individual educator. You will engage in learning sessions addressing common school-based problems of practice, connect with fellow educators committed to student-centered learning, enjoy dedicated planning time to apply learning, and be inspired for the next school year. $1,400.00 per person.
NTN101 is a four-day essential course designed to support teachers joining existing or alumni New Tech Network schools. This experience supports classroom educators in building their practice around project-based learning, student-centered facilitation, the NTN Learning Outcomes, and Echo utilization. Registration for this program is open to all new classroom educators of current and alumni schools in the New Tech Network. $1,400.00 per person.
New Leader Workshop is a two-day workshop for new or returning school and district leaders at existing or alumni NTN schools. For new school leaders, this experience is designed to build a foundational understanding of the New Tech Network Model (ensuring every student progresses through K-12 to be college and career ready), the instructional and cultural dimensions of the NTN Model that support the learning outcomes, and the leadership mindsets, practices and tools essential for effectively leading a New Tech Network school. Returning leaders will also have an opportunity to improve their knowledge of the fundamentals, learn about new improvements, and re-engage with peers from across the Network. $1,400.00 per person. New Leader Workshop includes elements of Summer Gathering.
PBL Orientation Planning supports districts with multiple NTN schools in planning and designing PBL orientation events modeled after NTN101. School and district leadership teams will develop strategies and access resources essential to orient new staff to the components of PBL and learning outcomes aligned to NTN tools and practices. The PBL Orientation Planning track is intended for districts with multiple New Tech Network schools or planning to have multiple New Tech Network schools. Please note: this track is by invitation only. For more information please contact email@example.com.
New Schools Training (NST) is a four-day experience designed to focus on three main areas: (1) project-based learning (PBL) design and instruction; (2) school and classroom culture practices that support PBL; and (3) assessment environments that emphasize feedback and growth. Participants will use key tools and resources from the NTN Help and Learning Center, including NTN’s Project Planning Toolkit, sample projects, and NTN Practices Cards, and support deeper understanding of Echo. Throughout the training, participants will have opportunities to do focused work with their school’s first year implementation team and opportunities to learn with other new schools and teachers across the country. Teams will walk away from NST with plans to build and support classroom culture and initial plans for one PBL unit. Please note: this track is by invitation only. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.