The Wyoming Innovations in Learning Conference is an opportunity for educators to share and explore innovative teaching and learning practices for classrooms and distance learning environments, from kindergarten through higher education. This year’s event will be held online on September 30-October 1. Individual registration is $25, including online payment fee.
Session details are now available. Here’s a sneak peek at some of what’s in store:
- Ringleading Education: Finding Success in the Teaching Circus by 2021 Wyoming Teacher of the Year (Alexis Barney)
- Clarifying Digital Citizenship: A PK-12 Scope and Sequence (LeeAnn Lindsey)
- Art Education Strategies to Strengthen Learning Across Disciplines (Reachel Cook)
- Inclusive Syllabus Design (Christi Boggs)
- Bridging the Digital Divide in Wyoming (Beth Cook)
- Chart a Course for Quality: Navigating Online Learning (Christine Voelker)
- Demonstrating Teacher Competency Through Computer Science Micro-credentials (Laurel Ballard)
This conference is hosted by the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE), the Wyoming Distance Education Consortium (WyDEC), the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming community colleges, the Wyoming State Library, and school libraries.
For more for information, contact Robin Grandpre at (307) 777-5315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.