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The following sessions are upcoming and in the conference schedule:
Using Coggle as a Graphic Organizer for Developing Writing Skills among the Rural Students in India with Dr. Ravi Kumar kola || Learning Management system for Sustainable Education with Narendar Reddy Kandimalla, District Institute of Education and Training, Nalgonda || Learning Language Through Indigenous Games with Sampat Kumar Kokkula, ZPHS Seetharampur, Kothakonda, Warangal Urban,Telangana,India | Vinayadhar Raju || Strategies to End Bullying in Your School: What Schools, Parents & Students Can Do with Franklin P. Schargel, School Success Network || Youth Learning Through National Parks with Dr. Jessica Thompson, Professor, Northern Michigan University | Dr. Ana Houseal, Associate Professor and Science Outreach Educator, University of Wyoming | Milton Chen, Senior Fellow, Edutopia.org (moderator) || The Virtual Classroom Show #5: Getting Ready For Next Year with Angie Olsen, SEL Teacher & Creator of Lucky Little Learners with Rusty May, School Counselor & Creator of SchoolToolsTv.com || Exploring Mathematics with Technology with Gupteswar Rao Baswa, CEO, The Digital Teacher || Digital Tools to Foster Connectedness in Remote Learning with Rachelle Dene Poth, Spanish and STEAM Teacher, Consultant, Riverview School District, Jr. Sr. High School || Creating a Virtual Learning Commons in Google Sites: Session 3 of 3 with Aaron G. Noll, School Librarian & ESL Teacher, Boston Public Schools | Deborah Lang Froggatt, District Library Services Director || REINVENTING.SCHOOL Episode 3: “The Shift to Distance Learning” with Howard Blumenthal || Lesson Planning for Unplanned Times with Mahlaqa Saeed/Teacher of Economics & Business Studies, Dawood Public School || Artificial Intelligence in Education: What Do We Need to Know? with Rachelle Dene Poth, Spanish and STEAM Teacher, Consultant, Riverview School District, Jr. Sr. High School || 4 Steps To A Successful Professional Learning Revolution with Jill Gildea, Superintendent, Park City School District | Dr. Liz Freeman || Hybrid Lesson Plan - Never a dull moment with Katy Toma, Education Adventurist Founder of ZeduPLus and SMARTe || Non-Formal Education and how it helps Young People develop; especially during a Global Pandemic. with Tom Shorrock, Operations Manager/Responsible for development in the United Arab Emirates, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award || Learning how to Lead yourself in order to lead others effectively! with Michelle Sigmann, Vice Principal in Ontario || Equity Beyond the ‘Buzzword’: Leading with an equity lens and modelling pedagogy to practice. with Rabia Khokhar / Teacher-Librarian, Toronto Distrcit School Board, School Library Learning Commons
Global Student Leadership Toolkit: Human + Environmentally-Centered Deep Learning for 2030 with Aaron Moniz Co-Founder of Inspire Citizens || Online training for elderly learners with Anna Grabowska, Dr Eng./projects’ manager, teacher, Academy of Third Age at Gdansk University of Technology and PRO-MED SME || Creating effective teams with Rodney Buik – Leader of Human Society and its Environments, Teacher at Mater Dei Catholic College. || During the Pandemic time, What's the new sitemap for our "stay at home" Conditions? with Ahmed Metawee, Freelance consultant, AEM Publications || Creating Video Projects That Matter! with Nikos Theodosakis, OliveUs Education Society || Using Your Library to Teach the SDGs with Kayla Kuni, Associate Director of Libraries, Pasco-Hernando State College || Faith and the Future with Mujahiddeen Mohammed, President, New Freedom Institute || Teaching English with Technologies with Anna Kalizhanova/Master of Art, "Bolashaq" Academy | Tatyana Pisareva || Stop, Breathe, and Think for Educators with Suzanne M. Rogers, M.Ed/District PD,PR, and ELA coordinator, LISA Academy Public Charter School District || Teaching sustainability with Dr. Sonia Massari, Academic Director, Gustolab International | Salem Paulos || Building learning biodiversity projects in Crisis.: an App, a classroom, and some enthusiasm. with Mirko Labbri, Middle School Teacher, Site administrator, Gsuite administrator , Digital innovation and Teachers' trainer, IC SAN FIOR (Treviso- Italy) || Place-Based Learning Fosters Engagement & Opportunities for Innovative Partnerships with Dr. Susan Newton, Independent Consultant, Former participant in National Park System Advisory Board, Education Committee | Katherine Chesson, Vice President of Programs and Partnerships, National Park Foundation || Differentiated instruction: Making the most out of learners' individual differences with Thuy Thi Hieu Tran, M.A., Lecturer, VNU University of Languages and International Studies || How to create your own online course site using Moodle? with Vinayadhar Raju, ZPHS Jangapally || THE ROLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF LITERATURE IN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING with CH.SRINIVAS, RESEARCH SCHOLAR, KL University || Teaching After Pandemia - Blended Learning with Tamara Miller, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Assistant Department Chair, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana || Principals’ Preparedness and Capacity in Meeting the Needs of Historically Underserved Populations with Rani Pendharkar, Ed.D. - Assistant Principal | Ann Leiter, Ed.D. - Principal | Beatrice Lopez, Ed.D. - District Administrator || National Parks as Places for Free-Choice Learning with Dr. Martin Storksdieck, Professor, Oregon State University, director, STEM Research Center; former member of National Park System Advisory Board, Education Committee | Dr. John Falk, executive director, Institute for Learning Innovation, professor emeritus, Oregon State University; former member of National Park System Advisory Board, Education Committee || Some tips for PBL (Project Based Learning) with Irma Hoxha
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 daily online education conference.
This is an historic and unique event. Sessions are being held daily over the course of two months, all free to attend live.
A set of time-zone-based calendars list all sessions as they are scheduled on a rolling basis. The sessions will also be recorded and available to watch for free during the conference.
The call for proposals is continually open. 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 years, 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
- For Teachers, Administrators, Parents, Students, and Life-long Learners