Learning2 Extended Sessions & PreConference Presenters

Applications have closed

 

One Hour Teacher Workshop Applications

are open to all fully registered participants and the application forms will be sent out with your registration confirmation. 

 

Thank you very much for your interest in becoming a presenter at Learning2. Presenting at a Learning2 conference can be a very rewarding and collaborative experience and is often the springboard into new personal learning networks and professional development leadership opportunities.

Learning2 Europe is seeking creative and inspiring proposals for PreConference Facilitators as well as Learning2 Leaders.

The PreConference is a 4-5 hour session providing an extended period of time so participants can do a deep dive into the topic. They are designed to be inspiring, hands-on, learning opportunities for teachers to take back to their classrooms. For examples please visit our PreConference page from Zurich https://2019.learning2europe.org/

The L2L role is both demanding and rewarding. Our L2Ls are very visible throughout the conference and help our participants to develop and extend their professional learning networks. The L2Ls work closely with the L2Team to ensure that the conference meets the needs of the participants and provide extended session to run for 2.5 hrs on both days of the conference. For examples please visit our L2Leader page from Zurich https://2019.learning2europe.org/

Contact us at register@learning2.org if you have any questions.

The theme this year is 

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Amplify Learning

We know you value student agency, so let’s turn it up!  Let’s tune in the learning activities that matter most to our communities, auditing what isn’t essential for “next practice” and revving up our toolkit in the process.

lease follow this application process with a submission deadline of May 6th, 2019

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