21st Century Learning – Hong Kong – February 18th/19th 2011
The last 21c Learning Conference at HKIS in 2009 was undoubtedly one of the best conferences I have attended and with Stephen Heppell as keynote speaker this is definitely one not to miss.
Hosted at West Island school the conference theme is the challenge of “making it real” for students in the ever changing world of the 21st Century.
Register at http://21c-learning.hk/
AACE Global Time Online Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media and Education – February 22nd-24th 2011
This online conference features live sessions for multiple time zones, invited and 50 peer-reviewed talks and Workshops. All from the convenience of your own home/school.
More information and registration at: http://www.aace.org/conf/gtime/
The Naace Strategic Conference is recognised as one of the key forums for exploring, debating and challenging current thinking about technology and learning.
NAACE extend their welcome to International Educators by also offering pre-conference opportunities.
Further details and registration at: http://www.naace.co.uk/conference2011
Global Learn connects and engages creative educators, researchers, consultants, training managers, policy makers, curriculum developers, entrepreneurs, and others in the topics and fields in which they are passionate.
I attended and presented at the May 2010 Global Learn Asia Pacific Conference in Penang, Malaysia – An excellent conference that I highly recommend. This year’s conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia.
For more information and registration: http://www.aace.org/conf/glearn/
The theme for ITSE 2011 is Unlocking Potential with more than 18,000 education professionals and technology industry reps are expected to attend it promises to be an inspiring event.
More information and registration at: http://www.iste.org/conference.aspx
TechEx stands for Technology Exchange. This conference is the fifth in a series of similar conferences which have been hosted at International schools in Bangkok by RIS, NIST and Patana.
The conference is designed primarily for the average classroom teacher who would like to learn more about using ICT to support teaching or the teacher who has a teaching idea worth sharing.
I attended and presented at the last TechEx conference in 2005 – A truly exhilarating experience!
More information and registration at: http://www.patana.ac.th/TechEx2011/Default.asp
More conferences will be added to this list as they arise.
If you know of any really great Learning Technology conferences taking place in 2011 then please let us know and we will add them.