Realizing the promise of one-to-one computing and achieving the effective integration of technology into instruction were the foci as more than 13,000 educators, students, and exhibitors--including more than 8,300 paid participants--converged on the Austin Convention Center, Feb. 6-10 for the 26th annual Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference.


Taking "Technology Gone Wild" as its theme, TCEA aimed to guide attendees through the "jungle" of educational technology, with special speakers, hundreds of free instructional sessions, and 700 ed-tech exhibits.


Throughout the three-day event, one of the largest annual statewide demonstrations of educational technology in the

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