Friday, April 17, 2020

Friday, April 17 Events - The Learning Revolution Online Daily Education Conference #learningrevolution

Welcome to day twelve of the 2020 Learning Revolution daily online conference, Friday, April 17th. Today's sessions are below. Log into and click on Schedule in the main menu to see the session times and direct links for attending live. To see all sessions submitted so far, and to correspond with presenters, click here. Recordings of past sessions are listed on the Recordings page. The conference hashtag is #learningrevolution.

Today's Sessions:

Announcing our free one-day mini-conference on Wednesday, April 22nd: "Emergency Remote Teaching + Learning: Survive, Thrive, + Plan for What Comes Next." All you need to do to attend is to be registered at and we'll keep you updated!

How you can participate in the Learning Revolution conference:

PRESENT: Submit to present a regular session on an education topic here. See the long list of potential strands here. If you present for a living and need to figure out an appropriate role in the Learning Revolution Conference, email
HOST: Host a conversation here. Instead of giving a formal presentation, would you like to guide a group discussion on a specific topic? Hosted conversations are listed in the conference calendar and held in a virtual Zoom room with up to 300 participants. Or start a regular "show"--we're looking for individuals who might want to host a regular topic-specific "show" or interview series during and after the conference--email if this is you! 
ORGANIZE: Organize your own mini-conference inside of the Learning Revolution conference here. You create a group for your topic, come up with a strand tag for your topic/group, encourage your audience (and/or others) to join and to submit topic-specific presentation proposals.
SPONSORHelp by sponsoring or supporting this event-- you can become a conference partner or sponsor, you can sponsor a special speaker or a show, or you can hold a commercial conference session. Email

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