It’s time for the 5th Annual National Conference on Co-Teaching (NCCT) sponsored by NACT (the National Association for Co-Teaching). This year as co-teachers we’ll gather virtually! But virtually you won’t have to miss a single session. All sessions will be held live, but will be recorded and available for all registrants to view for 3 months. We hope you’ll enjoy the presentations, join us for our networking opportunities, and find ways to connect with one another. The Pandemic Can’t Stop Us!

As always, our goal is to provide an outstanding variety of presentations that appeal to both novice and experienced co-teachers, those co-teaching in their student teaching or residency, and those who co-teach with another licensed teacher. We believe you’ll find presentations that strengthen your belief in co-teaching, that provide you with ideas you can implement immediately, materials and evidence that will inform your practice(s), and colleagues to enhance your co-teaching community! We are excited to have you join us for our 5th Annual National Conference on Co-Teaching.

Through this conference and with your membership in the National Association for Co-Teaching, you have joined a strong group of determined educators who celebrate Co-Teaching and Co-Teachers!

Teacher Candidates/Residents & In-Service Teachers – The first 90 registrants will receive a free 2021 membership in the National Association for Co-Teaching! So, register TODAY!

2020 Conference Registration

Please select an option below. 

*The first 90 student/teacher candidates and/or P12 school personnel/in-service & mentor teachers to register will receive a FREE 2021 membership to the National Association for Co-Teaching. Sponsored by the AACTE’s Co-Teaching Topical Action Group.

*The first 90 student/teacher candidates and/or P12 school personnel/in-service & mentor teachers to register will receive a FREE 2021 membership to the National Association for Co-Teaching. Sponsored by the AACTE’s Co-Teaching Topical Action Group.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join a Zoom meeting?

How do I join a Zoom meeting?

There are 3 ways to join a Zoom meeting:

  • With the Zoom app on your desktop
  • Through a link from the Conference Agenda page
  • Via telephone dial-in

Note: The host will have to start the meeting first so you can join or the host enables ‘join before host’.

Directly from the Conference Agenda page:

  1. You will receive an email invitation from the meeting host
  2. Click on the link in the email (join via PC, Mac, iOS or Android)
  3. You will be taken to the meeting

From the Zoom app:

  1. Open the Zoom app on your desktop, Start button, Zoom folder, start Zoom
  2. Click on Sign in
  3. Enter your username and password if prompted
  4. Click on Join
  5. Enter the Meeting ID (this is displayed on the conference agenda page)
  6. You can then choose whether to come into the meeting with your audio or video enabled or disabled

Telephone dial in:

  1. If you wish to dial in to the meeting, please use one of the following numbers
    • 1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
    • 1 929 205 6099 US (New York)

To see more detailed instructions on how to join a meeting, go to the Zoom website

Will the Zoom Sessions be Available for Download?
Live presentations will be broadcasted and available to view on the day and time they are posted. Live presentations will be recorded and available to view on November 1, 2020. All content will remain on the NCCT 2020 Virtual Conference portal until January 31, 2021. This allows you to take your time to view any content you were unable to attend. You will not be able to download any recorded session.
How do I register if I am an existing member?
An email was sent to you on 10/6/2020 with a discount code from NACT. Please follow the link in this email to redeem your discount code and to complete the registration process.
How will I access the virtual conference?
All registered attendees will have access to the virtual conference platform on October 19. Please use the “Enter the Conference” tab on the conference page to access to the conference content.
Can I share my link with others?
Just like an in-person conference, registrations cannot be shared. The registration provides a secure link for each user.
Will there be an opportunity to chat with speakers?
Select speakers will be available after their presentations.
What are some of the opportunities for networking?
Attendees will have multiple networking opportunities: (1) Lunch and Networking, (2) Round Tables, (3) Q&A afters sessions, and (4) Access to presenter and participant emails.
What presentations are being offered?
There is a list of presentations available on the “At a Glance” tab.
What are the computer requirements?

The NCCT virtual conference is an interactive learning experience that requires a computer or mobile device with internet access. NCCT uses the platform Zoom Meeting for all of its virtual programs.

To ensure successful participation in the virtual conference we recommend that you test your computer system and/or mobile device in advance by accessing the Zoom Meeting Test Room. If you are a first-time Zoom user, you may be asked to download Zoom to your device.

How can I ask questions at the virtual conference?

Attendees can ask questions during sessions using the Chat feature in Zoom. Each session will have a moderator who will review the chat window for questions.

Speakers will be asked to address the questions posted.

Live sessions will also have a live Q&A session at the end of each presentation!

I am a speaker at the conference, what should I do?
Please register using the “registration” tab.
If I wish to cancel my registration, is there a refund?
Refunds for the virtual conference will not be issued. If you cannot attend the live sessions, recordings will be available from November 1 to January 31, 2021.
Can I record any of the sessions from the conference?
No individual or entity may electronically record or broadcast any portion of the NCCT annual conference. Unauthorized recording (audio, video, still photography, etc.) of presentations during the sessions, workshops or discussions is strictly prohibited. In addition, the unauthorized copying, sharing or distribution of NCCT material is also strictly prohibited. Thank you for your cooperation as NCCT provides this online opportunity.