Participants first

Learning2 is a conference by teachers – for teachers.  We are always looking to create conference we want to attend ourselves!

L2 Talks

The L2 Talks is our way of igniting that flame so that the sessions and workshops you attend can fuel them further.  Each L2 talk is short, passionate, and relevant. Check out what Learning2 Leaders have shared in years past by touring our playlist on Youtube available here.

Re-Think Education

A conference experience
that makes you rethink education

Extended Sessions

Extend your learning in two extended sessions.  We go above and beyond to seek out cutting edge practitioners who are skillful presenters.  Our extended sessions aim to foster creativity whilst focusing on the practical guidance you can apply on your first day back from the conference.

Shared Learning

The conference where the narrative matters: come share your story of learning with us

L2 Threads

There are so many pressing questions to debate,  and concerns to consider. 

Protected time to get together and dig in to a question you’ve always wanted to do more with.

We know that time is your most precious resource, and we want to make time for you to weave ideas together with educators from around the region. We know that conversation is a tool, and we value what many threads of questioning and discussion can mean for education.

What is the L2 Personal touch?

We spend the year planning your conference, months considering the needs of hard-working educators, and weeks ensuring each and every session is tailored to the diversity that is our participant base.  We encourage every attendee to activate their voice in cohorts, to access agency in the Unconferences, and to address the matters that are relevant to them.

Started in 2007 by international school teachers in China, Learning2 is a global non-profit dedicated to creating and running professional learning opportunities run by international school teachers for international school teachers.

At Learning2, participants are expected to “be different,” “be social,” and “be a connector.”



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