SESSIONS THIS WEEK (April 6 - 12, 2020)

The following sessions are currently scheduled for this week (updated daily). To see sessions details and the schedule in your own time zone, and to attend specific sessions, you need to be signed into the network (free to join) and then click on SCHEDULE in the top menu.

Teaching Visual Literacy Through Fake News with Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer, Professor of Library Media || Interested to learn new ways to communicate, collaborate, and connect? Join us to learn about SUNY’s #EmTechMOOC with Roberta (Robin) Sullivan, Teaching & Learning Specialist, University Libraries, University at Buffalo | Cherie van Putten || Unizor - Math 4 Teens - Creative Mind through Art of Mathematics with Zor Shekhtman, Founder of an educational site UNIZOR.COM, Umbrella Systems || Google Classroom Fundamentals to Facilitate Online Learning (Online Teaching and Learning Show) with Melisa Collins || Connecting School-to-Home -- Discuss Solving Technology Shortfalls with Heather Chirtea, Executive Director, Digital Wish || Mathematics with Creative Designs on a Graphing Calculator with Iftikhar Husain, Retired from Newark Public Schools, Newark, NJ || AutoSTEM – automata to teach STEM subjects to young learners. An EU funded Erasmus Project with Joel Josephson - Project partner, AutoSTEM EU project | Dr Oliver Thiel | others to confirm || XR: Integrating Augmented, Virtual and Immersive Realities in schools and libraries with John MacLeod, DIrector, XRLibraries || (N)EVER (S)TOP LEARNING with Mirela Tanc, teacher, teacher trainer, Oltea Doamna Secondary School || Writing Across the Curriculum in Mathematics Online with Candy R. Mowen, Professor - Mathematics Department - School of General Education, Purdue University Global || SOFLA: Synchronous Online Flipped Learning Approach with Helaine W. Marshall, Professor of Education and Director of Language Education Programs, Long Island University – Hudson Campus || Evidence-based Strategies for Managing Habits, Enhancing Motivation, and Avoiding Burnout with Matthew Buns - Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Health Science, Concordia University, St. Paul || Unschooling To University: Relationships matter most in a world crammed with content with Judy Arnall, Bestselling author, Unschooling Canada Association || School-Wide Learning Commons with David V. Loertscher, Professor | Fran Kompar, Director of DigitalLearning, Wilton Public Schools, CT || The Need for Religious Literacy for Student Global Competence with Tim Hall, Ph.D., The Need for Religious Literacy for Student Global Competence || The Pandemic Educator - Retooling Education with David Mahaley - Education Technology Leader, EdTech Solutions LLC || Student 2.0 - Students as Self-directed Learners with Steve Hargadon || Highlights of Online Interaction in the New CEFR Revisions in Times of Crisis with Maha Hassan - Educational Consultant, Teacher Trainer and Founder of Teaching ESL Hub || Teacher 2.0 - What Are the Skills and Practices of Teaching Online? with Steve Hargadon || Build Your Own Virtual Library Learning Commons: Session 1 of 3 with Anita Brooks Kirkland, Chair | Professor David V. Loertscher | Pippa Davies || Build Your Own Virtual Library Learning Commons: Session 2 of 3 with Anita Brooks Kirkland, Chair | Professor David V. Loertscher | Pippa Davies || Build Your Own Virtual Library Learning Commons: Session 3 of 3 with Anita Brooks Kirkland, Chair | Professor David V. Loertscher | Pippa Davies ||



21st-Century Skills ● Adult Learning ● Alternative Education ● Art Education ● Artificial Intelligence ● Assessment ● Blended Learning ● Brain-based Learning ● Classroom 2.0 ● Coding ● Communities of Practice ● Community Outreach ● Computer Science ● Cooperative Learning ● Critical Thinking ● Data Literacy ● Design Thinking ● Differentiation ● Digital Badges & Certification ● Digital Curation ● Digital Equity and Inclusion ● Digital Health and Wellness ● Digital Literacy ● Distance Learning ● Early Childhood ● Education Leadership ● Emerging Technologies ● ePortfolios ● ESL ● Game-based Learnring ● Gap Years ● Gifted and Talented ● Global Education and Collaboration ● Homeschooling and Home Learning ● Information Literacy ● Instructional Coaching ● Instructional Design ● Intercultural Understanding ● Internet Safety and Security ● Journalism ● Language Arts ● Language Learning ● Learning Commons ● Learning Cultures ● Libraries and Librarians ● Life-skills Learning ● Literacy ● Logic Education ● Maker Education ● Math ● Media Literacy ● Online Teaching and Learning ● Open Education ● Peer to Peer Learning ● Personal Development ● Privacy ● Professional Development ● Programming ● Project-based Learning ● Reinventing College ● Robotics ● School Libraries ● Self-directed Learning ● Skills-based Learning ● Social and Emotional Learning ● Special Needs ● STEM ● Student 2.0 ● Student-led Learning ● Teacher 2.0 ● Technology Education ● Technology in Education ● Temperament and Learning ● Trade Skills ● Travel Study ● Virtual Exchange ● Virtual Reality ● World Languages

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Welcome to the 2020 Learning Revolution online conference.

This is an historic and unique event. Sessions will be held daily over the course of two months, all free to attend live.

A calendar will list all sessions as they are scheduled on a rolling basis, and a daily email will give the final schedule for each day. The sessions will also be recorded and available to watch for free during the conference. Afterwards, access to the archive of recordings may have a financial cost--depending on how much sponsorship we are able to obtain!

The call for proposals opens on March 23rd. Presentation acceptances will be made on a rolling basis almost immediately, and presenters will be given the opportunity to choose a presentation day / time that is convenient to their own schedule.

The conference is being hosted by Steve Hargadon's Learning Revolution Project. He has held over 100 online and physical learning events during the past 10 year, and has a combined audience membership of 160,000 educators, administrators, librarians, students, and parents.

The technologies of the Internet and the Web are reshaping when, where, and from whom we learn--and even how we think about learning. As the boundaries of these learning worlds increasingly overlap, we believe these conversations will be critical to framing and preparing for the learning revolution starting to take place.

Thank you for joining us.


  • Our Largest Online Event Ever
  • Sessions Daily
  • Hundreds of Sessions
  • Free to Register and Attend
  • All Sessions Live and Recorded
  • User-generated Strands
  • Vendor Fair 
  • For Teachers, Administrators, Parents, Students, and Life-long Learners 
  • All Month in April & May
  • #learningrevolution