A free, global virtual summit, featuring new and ever-evolving content on relevant topics and learning principles in the classroom!
IRVINE, Calif., October 16, 2018 (Newswire.com) - EdTechTeam, a global network of educational technologists, is thrilled to announce The Virtual — a free, global, online summit that educators can attend in their PJs! Integrating the theme CREATE, EdTechTeam is getting messy and mixing it up to unveil new and ever-evolving content on the most relevant topics and learning principles in the classroom today, including mindfulness, accessibility, creativity, and personalized learning.
EdTechTeam is challenging educators to think about what they can do to create enthusiasm for learning in the classroom, across the curriculum, and throughout the school year. Summit sessions will focus on the whole teacher, not just tech, providing educators with new strategies and tips to create connections, opportunities, experiences, student agency and a whole lot more! Moreover, The Virtual offers the freedom to enjoy free, flexible professional development, from anywhere.
This global virtual event starts on Saturday, November 17, 2018, at 4 p.m. in Australia and follows the sun around the world for the next 14 hours finishing up in North America at 1 p.m. PST.
Session Topics Include:
- Creating with Chromebooks
- Creating Real World Problem Solvers
- Creating Teacher Leaders
Each of these three sessions will feature 2-4 mini sessions on the topic.
Educators can register now at https://edtech.team/thevirtual for quite literally, the best seat in the house at The Virtual and stay tuned for more exciting announcements to come!
EdTechTeam, a California Benefit Corporation, is a global network of educational technologists with a mission is to improve the world's education systems using the best learning principles and technology available to inspire and empower educators to design personalized learning experiences for students. As an official Google for Education Professional Development Partner, EdTechTeam has delivered over 350 conference-style events and more than 500 smaller events to help educators realize the potential of Google for Education and technology.
Contact: Tina McClelland