Trends, Tips, and Resources

Trends, Tips, and Resources for the Education Industry

With all of the changes that have occurred in education over the last 2 years, it can be difficult to stay ahead of the curve and anticipate what is coming next. That’s why we have curated a few articles for you from EDmarket’s Essentials magazine all focused on what is going on in the education market. We hope you find this helpful and can put some of these tips to use in your daily operations.

Supporting DEIB in Your School via Research-Based Design Strategies

One doesn’t need to look far to find roots for learning research supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB). Dating back to 1984, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) originated in Harvard’s School of Graduate Education and was co-created by a developmental neuropsychologist and an educational psychologist. Read More >>>

How Learning Space Design Can Support Student Well-Being

There is no denying that the pandemic has taken a huge toll on students’ mental, social, and emotional well- being. This has affected their ability to focus and learn in school — and it can have long-term implications for their health and safety as well. Many students were already struggling with mental health issues like anxiety and depression before the pandemic. COVID has only added to this challenge.
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The Event for Our Community

If you found these trends and tips useful, then EDspaces is the event for you. With 140+ thought leaders presenting over 50 sessions on these topics and much more, EDspaces offers countless learning experiences all focused on helping you improve student outcomes in your schools. Register for EDspaces and join us in Portland, OR from November 2-4 to reimagine the role space plays in learning!

Designed by your peers, EDspaces brings together leaders developing the next generation of learning facilities to meet the evolving needs of the student, educator, and administrator. The right designs, furniture and technology can transform how educators and students teach, study and learn.

There are infinite reasons to attend EDspaces, but here are four we recommend.

Learn in peer-designed classrooms where industry experts-and leaders provide practical, usable strategies to help you, your students, and your facility thrive.
See in-person the most innovative approaches to learning environments during facility tours throughout the Portland area.
Touch, test and tinker with the newest and most innovative product solutions from a wide variety of EDspaces exhibitors.
Discuss high priority issues with a community of peers who have the same experiences as you, providing you with the ideas, strategies, and best practices to drive student success.

Registration Types & Pricing

Please see below for all registration types and pricing
NOTE: All prices listed as EDmarket Member Price/Non-Member Price

Educational Institution Pricing

This registration type is for individuals employed by an educational facility (PreK-12 schools, colleges and universities) and full-time students.

Description Smart Saver:
Through 7/27
Early Bird:
7/28 – 9/16
0/16 – 11/4
+ Full Conference Registration

Includes: EDsessions, Opening Plenary (Tuesday), EDmarketplace, EDfest (Wednesday)

$149/$249 $199/$299 $299/$399 $399/$499
+ EDmarketplace Only

Includes: Opening Plenary (Tuesday), EDmarketplace

$75/$150 $125/$200 $225/$300 $225/$300
+ All Access - Tuesday/Wednesday

All access Tuesday or Wednesday only on selected day includes: EDsessions, Opening Plenary (if attending Tuesday), EDmarketplace, EDfest (if attending Wednesday)

$75/$175 $125/$225 $175/$275 $225/$325

All Access Thursday includes access to EDsessions and EDmarketplace