This year’s Annual Conference theme is Innovate for impact, addressing questions such as:
What innovative solutions do education leaders need to know about for professional learning policies, systems, and practices?
How can professional learning be leveraged to achieve school improvement?
How can we measure the impact of professional learning so that you can ensure your investments are leading to equity and excellence for all students?
Education leaders at all levels – policy, system, school, and classroom – will lead like-minded colleagues through the tools and strategies they need to understand and implement effective professional learning in their classrooms, schools, and districts.
THE learning conference
Education leaders and policy makers will gather to share professional learning expertise focused on creating and sustaining equity and excellence in teaching and learning every day.
Make connections and take home tools and strategies to understand and implement effective professional learning in classrooms, schools, and districts.
Who should attend
- Central office administrators
- Policymakers and decision makers
- Teacher leaders/Coaches
- School-based teams
- Principals/Assistant principals
- Technical assistance providers
The content you need
Choose from more than 300 concurrent sessions addressing the most pressing issues for education leaders including improving instruction, social-emotional learning, culturally responsive pedagogy, applying data-driven decision making, understanding professional development redesign, developing leadership capacity, learning facilitation skills, supporting new teachers and principals, implementing effective school improvement, and much more.
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What others are saying
Thank you for making professional learning as engaging as possible. Every year that I attend Learning Forward, my practice enlarges and what was once not possible becomes actionable. Keep up the good work!
This is the best professional learning conference for educators!
~ LeAnn Morris