We’re Packing Our Bags

This week, the eLuma team will join over 4,000 special educators from across the nation at the 2020 CEC Convention in Portland, Oregon.

This annual event is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of special education researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

Since 1922, The Council for Exceptional Children has been providing the highest-quality professional development possible so that educators have the tools and resources they need to connect, learn, and grow.

What to expect at CEC 2020:

  • Technology Playground
  • 3 general sessions that will inspire your practice
  • 20 Strands and more than 450 sessions
  • Teacher2Teacher sessions
  • Student Forum for teachers in training
  • Learning Labs that will focus on the latest products from the professionals on the expo floor
  • Keynote speakers Sady Paulson, Mark Coppin, and Dr. Randy Sprick
  • 20+ pre- and post-convention workshops (Separate fees apply)

Come By and See Us

We are really excited to attend, learn, and connect with some really incredible people. We will be at booth #812 — to answer any questions about your related services (SpeechOTPT, School Psychology, and Mental Health) needs and online therapy, but to also give support to the special education community. So if you are going, come by and see us. We’ll be the ones in green!

CEC Conference Info

When: February 5-8, 2020

Where: Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon

Details:  CEC Conference Webpage

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George Dayton

George Dayton

George Dayton is the Director of Marketing & Business Development at eLuma Online Therapy. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University as well as a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the Woodbury School of Business. Mr. Dayton has spent the larger part of his career developing, producing and distributing filmed content for kids and families ( including the award-winning remake of the film Where the Red Fern Grows for Buena Vista Home Entertainment). In more recent years, he has worked on ventures more closely related to children's welfare and education. He served as one of the founding members of Kidnected World, the Student Orphan Aid Program, and also helped launched the Autism Initiative for Vivint Gives Back. Mr. Dayton is passionate about eLuma and its cause, and hopes to help find new ways in which the company can partner with schools to maximize student outcomes!