Save the date for the CEC 2014 Convention & Expo in Philadelphia, the premier professional development event for special and gifted education.
Thousands of special education teachers, administrators, researchers, professors and students from around the world will discuss pressing issues and share information in areas such as Common Core State Standards, administration, autism, co-teaching and collaboration, emotional and behavior disorders, instructional strategies for math, reading, and science, policy, technology and response to intervention.
The CEC Convention & Expo offers hundreds of educational sessions conducted by leading experts and endless opportunities to network with others working with children and youth with exceptionalities and their families. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about new and pending legislation and explore cutting-edge products and services in the exhibit hall.
Participate in the many rich opportunities to learn and engage in dialogue about the field's most important topics, including:
Universal design for learning
Response to intervention
Evidence-based instructional strategies
Common core state standards
Restraint and seclusion
And much more.
Network with internationally renowned experts in special education and discuss the latest research and most promising instructional strategies.
Register for one of the full- or half-day preconvention workshops. These workshops provide focused content delivery and time to absorb and learn, enriching your convention experience.
Celebrate the accomplishments of colleagues and students by participating in special events, including the Opening General Session, the Teacher of the Year Brunch, and the Yes I Can! Awards ceremony.
Browse the Expo Hall, brimming with cutting-edge products and services.
Investigate new career opportunities with onsite recruiters.
You won't want to miss this chance to further your professional growth, catch up on what's happening in the field, learn about the latest in evidence-based practices, expand your knowledge, and broaden your perspectives - all while enjoying historic Philadelphia.
Since 1937, the CEC Expo has grown to include more than 200 exhibiting companies, nonprofits, and school systems, making it the world’s leading expo of special education products and services.
Companies that specialize in early childhood, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, response to intervention, technology, and other areas of special and gifted educationall have a place at the CEC Expo.
Ninety-four percent of CEC convention attendees visit the Expo Hall at some point during the week looking for the latest special and gifted education products and services. This is your opportunity to meet teachers, administrators, faculty, university students, and current and prospective customers when you exhibit at the CEC Convention & Expo.
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides continual professional development, advocates for newly and historically underserved individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.
Don't wait to register for the CEC 2014 Annual Convention & Expo - Council for Exceptional Children. You'll meet influential people and maximize your opportunities for success. Start now by accessing the information below.
|Conference/Event Dates:||04/09/2014 - 04/12/2014|
|Other Industries:||Disabilities, Education, Education Events, Pediatrics, Professional Healthcare|
|Audience:||Special Educators and Early Interventionists
General Educators working closely with Special Educators
Administrators and Supervisors
Related service Professionals
Psychologists and Diagnosticians
Curriculum Specialists and Facilitators
Parents, Paraprofessionals, and others with a keen interest in special, early, and gifted education
|Notes:||Past Attendee Roles:
23% University/College Students
20% Teacher Educators
4% Related Svcs (incl Psych)
2010 Decision Making Authority:
28.4% - I make purchasing decisions
47% - I have input into purchasing decisions
20.3% - I do not have input in purchasing decisions
3.6% - Other
|Venue:||Philadelphia Convention Center|
|Venue Phone:||(800) 428-9000|
|Venue Type:||Indoor - Convention Center|
|Number of Exhibitors:||200+ (Previous Year)|
|Show Owner:||Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)|
|Booth Size||Booth Cost||Available Amenities|
|10' x 10' Interior||$1,449||Electricity:||Yes||- Unknown Price|
|Island (Minimum of 4 10' x 10' booths)||$1,649||Generator:||n/a|
|School System/Nonprofits||$1,349 - Prices subject to change.||Marketing Vehicles Allowed:||Yes|
|Other Booth Sizes Available: n/a|
Event ContactsPaid membership required to see this information
How do I show up here?
Add a note here, it is only visible by you.
3E Love, LLC
ABC Music & Me by Kindermusik, Inc.
Abilitations / School Specialty / Special Needs
Abrams Learning Trends
Accelerations Educational Software
Administration For Children and Families /Head Start
American Printing House for the Blind
Anchorage School District
Arizona Department of Education
Association for Direct Instruction
Augmentative Resources, Inc
Behavioral Risk Management Solutions
Borenson and Associates, Inc.
Boston Higashi School
BrainWare SAFARI/Learning Enhancement
Brookes Publishing Company
Cambium Learning Group
Charleston County School District
Clarity Lesson Planning System
Clover Park School District
College Internship Program
College Living Experience
Computer Automation Systems, Inc.
Conover Company, The
Creative Behavior Interventions, LLC
Crespin-Coriz Native Arts
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI)
Curriculum Associates, Inc.
DC Public Schools
DeKalb County School System
Desert Choice Schools
Dynamic Ideas Unlimited
eCOVE: Classroom Observation Software
Educational Resources, Inc.
Elephant Rock Productions
Excent, formerly Global Education Technologies, Inc.
Failure Free Reading
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District
Franklin Electronic Publishers
Free Spirit Publishing, Inc.
GeoMotion Group, Inc.
Georgia Academy for the Blind
Gwinnett County Public Schools
Hawthorne Educational Services, Inc.
Hill Center, The
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Hugs N Stitches
Innovative Learning Concepts -
Creators of TouchMath
JBHM Education Group, LLC
JDM Pioneering, LLC (dba: Goal Tracker)
Jefferson County Public Schools
Jossey-Bass A Wiley Imprint
Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JRC)
Laureate Learning Systems, Inc.
Letterland International Ltd
Lincoln Public Schools
Lintor Make-A-Book, Inc.
Love Publishing Company
Makes Sense Strategies
Master Teacher, The
Matanuska-Susitna School District
Math Teachers Press, Inc.
Mathline by Howbrite Solutions
Math-U-See Special Education
McGraw-Hill School Education Group
Metro Nashville Public Schools
Minneapolis Public School Dist. 1
Monarch Center for Autism
Monarch Teaching Technologies, Inc.
Montana Recruitment Project
Muscogee County School District
National Association of Christians in Special Education (NACSPED)
National Center on Response to Intervention
National Professional Resources, Inc.
Navajo Jewelry & Crafts
NOVA Southeastern University
Novel Ideas, Inc.
Oak Hill Center for Relationship & Sexuality Education
OnlineSpeechTherapy.com, a division of Ellingsen
Oxford University Press
PCI Educational Publishing
Pearson Higher Education
Pearson, Clinical Assessment
Pin Man-PositivePins.com, The
PlayAbility Toys, LLC
Praises, Prizes & Presents
Prentke Romich Company
Presentation Solutions, Inc.
Professional Crisis Management Association
ProgressBook by Software Answers
Prufrock Press Inc.
Psychological Software Solutions, Inc.
Read It Once Again
Read Naturally, Inc.
Regent University School of Education
Remedia Publications, Inc. / Bright Apple
Rhymes ‘N’ Times
Rochester Public Schools
Rock ‘N Learn
Saddleback Educational, Inc.
Safe Crisis Management - JKM Training, Inc.
Sarasota County School Board
Scobre Press Corporation
Sensory Enrichment LLC
Siskin Childrens Institute
Southpaw Enterprises, Inc.
Stages Learning Materials
Starboard Training Systems
Super Duper Publications
Synergy Massaging Insoles
Talent Assessment, Inc.
TFH (USA), Ltd.
The Institute On Disability
Time Timer, LLC
Tourette Syndrome Association
University of Central Florida
University of Kansas, Department of Special Education
University of West Alabama, The
Utah Personnel Development Center
Vanderbilt University, Peabody College
Vocational Research Institute
Wadsworth Cengage Learning
Winsor Learning, Inc./ The Sonday System
Write Minded Education, Inc.
Writer Learning Systems, The