It’s a tech integration conference. But it’s more than an edtech conference. It’s learning. It’s conversation. It’s family.
And it’s happening July 18-20, 2018 at the Old Town Conference Center in Wichita, Kansas.
Podstock is about being creative, about inspiring learners, about designing solutions, about more than just edtech – it’s ten years of learning from each other about what works best in schools.
This year? 3Rs for this generation – Reflect / Respond / Redesign. And we want YOU to be part of the fun!
There’s something different this year. But don’t worry! It’s good different. There are a few traditional sessions but much of what we’re doing is hands-on, collaborative, & three hours long. Curious?Check out the schedule!
Podstock is July 18 to July 20, 2018 at the Hotel at Old Town in Wichita, Kansas. We’re going back in time to recreate the magic that was the first Podstock. The cool thing? You get to be a part of it! Find registration details here and get signed up.
Podstock found a home at the Hotel at Old Town several years ago and we just don’t want to leave. And you won’t either. Get lodging info and reserve your room before they run out!
Win a free registration!
We’re giving away a free #Podstock18 registration! Make a Flipgrid video highlighting what you love about Podstock and share by June 20th. Get the details on the Flipgrid contest page. Use the passcode: ESSDACK!
Need help convincing your boss?
We’ve got you covered! Head over to the “Justify Your Trip” page. You’ll find reasons to be here and a letter to convince your boss that #Podstock18 is the best thing since sliced bread. Just copy and paste, customize the details, and bingo. You’re in!
Session SpotlightsWe're excited about our sessions and speakers! So we sent Ginger out to get you more details.
Yup. All the goodness that is Podstock kicked off ten years ago. And now it’s time for a change. We’re switching things up a bit this year – longer hands on sessions, a very cool sharing / revising / making the world a better place half day on Friday, and more student involvement.