Wyoming Innovations in Learning: Call for Proposals

Jun 1, 2017

The Wyoming Innovations in Learning 2017 conference announces a call for proposals. Session proposals will be accepted through August 15, 2017.

This is a unique opportunity for educators to explore teaching and learning practices that can apply to classrooms and distance learning environments from kindergarten through higher education.

The Innovations planning committee is requesting presentation proposals that promote innovative practices across the K-20 spectrum. The broad conference tracks include open education resources, innovations in teaching, digital learning, student learning assessment, online and blended learning, educational technology tools, using a Learning Management System  (LMS), and Future Ready Schools.

Wyoming Innovations in Learning 2017 is a conference featuring innovative teaching and learning practices for all educators. The conference is hosted collectively by the Wyoming Department of Education, University of Wyoming, Wyoming’s community colleges, and school libraries.

For more for information Robin Grandpre at 307-777-5315 or robin.grandpre1@wyo.gov.

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